Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Wordless Wednesday, taken 2/7/09

10 comments:

  1. How cute, even the little one enjoys the bones of the summer garden!

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  2. Oooh, it must be so wonderful to have a little grandson:) I'm going to be 52 in March, and my kids are still fairly young, 20 and 12;) It will be a while before we're grandparents, probably. Sarah needs to finish 3 more yrs of college (she's going to get a masters degree in teaching), then get married first--I hope!!! I'll probably be 90 by the time my son is ready:( I just pray that I live long enough to see them grow up (my kids, I mean:))

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  3. Oh, that is so cute!
    The picture tells it all.

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  4. Very cute, those two seem like good buddies!

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  5. Sweet photo. But I was caught out at first by the North American date convention - to me this date reads 2 July - and my first thought was 'wow, that's some drought!'

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  6. No words needed. A boy and his dog, a perfect pairing.
    Marnie

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  7. Hi Susan--Yes this picture is priceless and wordless. Your grandson, I just want to go pick him up and give him a big kiss. My son is 25. I wish I would have hugged him more when he was little even though I hugged him a lot. You just never get those days back.... Until grandkids.

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  8. Thanks for the comments! Our dog likes our grandson, but is very jealous of any attention we give him. She gets naughty for attention. They both love being outside, so it will be interesting to see how well they play together when he gets a little older.

    We watch him either Saturdays or Sundays. He's quite the busy boy.

    Linda, I've noticed people in other countries put their dates differently than we do. LOL

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