Monday, August 29, 2016

last summer Monday...

It was a wonderful weekend of family and food and talk. Many, many hours of it, even as afterwards I thought -- but I forgot to ask this and tell about that...

But the new week's here and with it come the expected changes. The young couple is off and away...


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... and breakfast is as it was before. Ed, me, the porch.


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And then Snowdrop is here, because it's still a summer Monday for her, even as tomorrow, the little girl starts school.

But today, she still is here.

Snowdrop, I think grandpa Ed is trying to make an important phone call.
But I want him to read me a book!


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Guess who won that round?


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I wont post many photos today. We did quite a bit of dancing...


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Really, quite a bit...


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And a lot of reading into the late afternoon, as the little girl is tuckered out after a seemingly endless summer of adventures.


Evening. For the first time in very many weeks, I haven't an agenda. Belly up, good book in hand, and a big smile for the beauty of this rapidly fading season.


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4 comments:

  1. Her very first First Day of School tomorrow... hope you can either be there or hear lots of stories later, stories to share of course.

    And a whole new Fall crop of flowers coming soon!

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    1. may the flowers come and the bugs recede!

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  2. I think Ed is having more fun than he ever imagined with a grand-baby around the house.

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    1. I think he would not have imagined how much you can love a little one ...

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