If I didn’t know any better, I’d say they had been to Oklahoma before. They took to grandma’s house like old pros.
Their favorite, by far (even more so than the dogs), Grandma’s cottage. It has a loft full of toys. They decided it was their school, their house, and anything else they could imagine. Telling each other when to come home and where to park the scooter (yes, they found spots and scooters).
It was so much fun watching them.
I love the tiny couch up in the loft. It reminded me of Alice in Wonderland.
It’s funny. Now that I am uploading and looking at these pics. I am noticing some of the loft toys were in the yard and I made them put them back inside. How did they get them down? Oh boy. Sorry Mom!
Molly in the yard with Sweetie. She lives up to her name; a very sweet dog.
Bridget loved holding Mom’s little Chihuahua named, “Tiny”. Last time I saw her she was a puppy, and well, she hasn’t grown much.
We were not disappointed by the country either. Mom’s next door neighbor’s donkey had a baby. Say it with me, “Awhhh!”
They were scared of me and wouldn’t get too close. I used my zoom lens to try and capture them. I just LOVE animal babies!
We had no issues there and back with the kids (thank-you iPhones!). Molly learned to text message (really, really well). You can thank her step-sister Sydney. Sydney was my Day 8 of the 365 project photo. You can check my Flickr account for the photograph.
Sorry this is short, but it’s five minutes until midnight after a long day and this is my promised post of the day.