The First Hundred

...in the light of eternity. "Life's a tough proposition, and the first hundred years are the hardest." Wilson Mizner

Friday, June 16, 2006

On a Recent Visit...

Luke practiced his trampoline act.

Then he performed on the piano for us.

Reiley and Vovó made playdough memories.


Reiley and Papi really got "into" this Clifford book.

4 Comments:

  • At 6/17/2006 12:59 AM, Blogger Jim said…

    You have really nice grandkids. And you get to enjoy them a lot.
    Do they wear you out a little? We are having a tough time keeping up with nine-year-old Bailey this week. She is leaving tomorrow; we will miss her even if we are tired.
    I like your garden, it is a side yard garden.
    Also sorry I had to GONG you this morning. I'm more sane tonight.
    ..

     
  • At 6/17/2006 5:27 AM, Blogger Kc said…

    I never noticed Luke's hair was red. Is that just the light? Where does he get it? My oldest inherited it from my Mom. ;-)

     
  • At 6/17/2006 6:28 AM, Blogger Corry said…

    They are so adorable!

    And you have a good excuse to play with clay again, hehe.

    God's Grace.

     
  • At 6/18/2006 7:42 PM, Blogger Aunt Jo said…

    Wow what a busy feller you have! I think trampoline prowess at his age is a sign of genius or something...and that is evidenced by his piano prowess! I don't know any other diaper wearin piano players 'cept Joe!

    I love playing with play-doh. I have made it a time or two and the home-made kind is way better than store bought.

     

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