Thursday, October 31, 2013

:: To Done::

::DAY 31::

This is what I did today.

The last day to write, in the personal challenge to write everyday,  for the month of October.

1 31 days

I hung out with my tiniest and newest grandson.  He, lying on my couch; Me, snapping pictures of his well hidden form…


So precious.

On Monday, his mommy returns to work and he will be here everyday. It will be fun! Getting to see my grand children on a daily basis…because their parents are hard working people!  That is a satisfaction that brings me much joy.

Let’s see what else did I do today?

I went to my first Fall Festival… that I’ve gone to in YEARS!  It was fun. Seeing my grandchildren… **heavily edited photo to follow**

Just in case league for blog

the “Just in Case League” (A Lion, Wonder Woman, BATMAN and ROBIN a.k.a.: Boy Wonder!)  go from Trunk to Trunk and collect candy… and then we were treated with a spectacular Black Light Puppet show… called “Rescue” …They loved it!  We were gone all of 1 -1/2 hours… FUN!

I loved it. 

I don’t have any pictures, because well…it is a black light show. But, if The Puppet Team leader posts a video…I’ll be sure and link it.  It was spectacular. Really!

That’s it for me… I loved writing everyday this month.  I don’t usually write every single day. I will TRY…but I don’t know if I’ll keep it up, you know?  With 4 kiddos here everyday starting Monday… I’ll be pretty busy!

But, then again…I’ll have plenty to write about.

Oh… just to let you know.  I did finally get my dining room table cleared off from all the sewing and couch  BY-PRODUCT stuff…TODAY!  That was one thing I was glad to get to-done. 

Tomorrow… I’m not “To-Doing” much…so maybe I’ll post a picture of my table!  I may even put something PRETTY  and FALL-LIKE on it! :)

Thanks everyone for following along really, and for all the sweet encouragement!


"Let us not grow weary in well doing, for in due season will reap if we faint not."
~Galatians 6:9


Kathy Felsted Usher said...

I love the little ones in costume!

Melanie said...

Loved the pictures! Children are so precious, glad that you are close by and can enjoy these precious little ones!

Writing everyday was fun! So glad that I did this! Enjoyed watching your progress on the couch, visiting you daily and the visits from you too! You offered me encouragement and I thank you for it! Like you, I will not put an end to the progress, but admittedly today I will not work as hard. Thank you again for posting about this challenge! I enjoyed so many things about doing it!

Gail Wilson said...

how cute is that crew!!!

all four, every day? wow, I have to say I'm a little lucky oma!


Down to Earth Style said...

The baby...oooohhhh! Congratulations. Nothing like a newborn to bring us back to what life is all about.

Carla said...

What great pictures of the kids. Looks like you had fun and will have lots of fun to come. Congratulations on your 31 days of daily blogging.

Cindy said...

You have some very precious super heroes! And the lion is adorable, you will be a busy lady looking after all of them!

Audrey said...

Hi Pat ... I did enjoy your 31 days of blogs. I know I would not have done that.

So special that you get to keep your grandchildren. Good time to bond with them. I kept one grandson while his parents worked too and I was so blessed.
Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

Claudia said...

Your grandchildren are lovely, Pat. Love reading your posts, whether every day or not!


Art and Sand said...

Oh, to have grandchildren and to be able to see them daily.

I think the Lord moved KC back to town so she could find someone in our area. I always dreaded her marrying someone who was from the east coast and then moving east. She is feeling ready to settle down and now if she meets someone local, I can be the sitter once she has babies. I know I am jumping the gun so I don't mention this to her, but I am so thrilled that she felt that moving near her family was the right move.

The Boston Lady said...

What fun Pat! And to have that precious baby with you everyday. Good for the baby, good for his momma and good for you! Ann