Thursday, July 10, 2008

Day Three and All is Well




After chores there were bike rides, working on the puzzle, having lunch at CiCi's Pizza. After they got all their laundry folded and put away it was time to cool off. Lots of water fights till it was time for afternoon chores and supper. Now all are settled down. Some are playing Old Maid and some are playing scrabble. Kristine and Hope had fun catching John Henry the rooster. He had went on the property behind us and they spent a good while chasing a rooster with a net. They didn't give up but wouldn't let me take pictures.

11 comments:

Lib said...

HEy Peggy,
Sounds like alot of fun:o)
I admire you ! So many Grandparents these days has thier Grands so spoiled ,they don't have to turn their hand for anything!
Have fun!
Blessins',Lib

Stephanie said...

all look like it going good

Nancy said...

I found your blog through Lib's. I like what I see as I am an animal lover, too! I just read all your posts on this entire page and like what I saw!!! How many goats do you have??? I have 33 cats, all indoors!!! Most are rescues, and some are still feral, but I am working on them every day to tame them.

I have always been fascinated with goats. We had different animals while growing up but never had any goats. I even raised chickens as a kid, too!

I love that the kids are all having a real blast of a time there, too! That's what summer is all about for kids....FUN at Grandma's house!!!

I love the banjo music, too! My daughter plays banjo quite well. She loves Bluegrass.

I shall return!!! Drop by and pay me a visit sometime!

(((HUGS)))

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

Everyone sems to have found a niche of activity today. For me, I would love to be doing a jig saw puzzle. When I left the US I left behind with a neighbour family my collection if puzzles, some hand crafted by an man in South Carolina. I miss them from time to time.

Heidi said...

Can I be one of your grands or at least maybe a kid!!!! LOL Sounds like they are having a blast - what great memorys you are helping them make!!!

doll @ a beach cottage said...

hi Peggy Grandmas bootcamp looks pretty fun to me lol!

the basked of goodies looks gorgeous too and your blogware is gorgeous, especially the stripey background

have really enjoyed catching up with you here tonight,

dollxo

Jeanette said...

Hi Peggy looks like Hidden Haven the place to be with all the new babies and childrens laughter,and lots of help on the farrm,,

Jo said...

I am loving these visits to Grandma's bootcamp. I think a lot of the problems with the chil;dren today is they are lacking any sort of structure in their life.

You have to be firm with those two girls now, and tell them part of the boot camp rules is that they have to let you take pictures when they are trying to catch the rooster.

Big hugs Peggy.

Flip Flop Floozie said...

Such fun!! I bet you sleep great at night..EXHAUSTED but a fun exhaustion..Smile..I know..
Sandy

ga.farmwoman said...

Hi Peggy. All the Grands look as if they are having a great time. Just think, they will tell their grandchildren all about the wonderful times spent there, someday!
Have a great weekend!

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