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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Let It Snow, Let It Snow . . .

 

a bit of snow fell the other day

most has melted vanished

more predicted

yay

 

 

the house is filled with

red and green

silver, gold, blue too

lights and ornaments

candles many

 

 
many neighbors were here saturday eve
like thirty five or more
our cape cod style box like home
squeezed everyone in for
food festive fun
 
 
sunday
my hospital pediatric "peds" friends
joined me here
for more festive
snickers joined in too
 
 
monday morning
many of us attended
Jordon's academic award assembly
along with many other parents, families and friends
of course
we are very happy and proud of our youngest
grandson Jordon
 
 
Jordon and I were talking about
happy times
the other day
and the subject of Scooby-Doo
came up
Jordon ran and got this picture and said,
"I loved Scooby-Doo and loved receiving this pillow, I was HAPPY!"
(Isn't that the best "happy" pic ever!)
 
 
granny Lynne is very happy and proud of this young man
 
oh my, snickers has been taxed to the limit
zzzzzzzz
are a happenin'
~
a promise
I will visit you soon
happy days my friends
 

 

9 comments:

Jeanie said...

Same here with the snow. No wonder you were tired! That's a full weekend. And quite a joyful one, too!

Kim said...

Lots of good stuff going on in your world, Lynne...congrats to Jordon!!

Sue Silva said...

No snow here, but it's early yet!

Michelle said...

What a wonderful weekend! I love that you have received a bit of snow. I am hoping we get a dusting soon.

Sarah Huizenga said...

Yes best happy face ever. I loved Scooby-Doo too :)

Gail said...

You have every right to be proud of Jordan.

T'is the season to party!

Anita Johnson said...

What a calming beautiful post...I always feel content when I visit blog friends.....the photos are beautiful. That Snickers is a sweetheart.

Beth @ PlantPostings said...

You are busy, busy, busy! And such a beautiful smile: It's great to see you happy. Your decorations are magical. Happy Holidays!

MarmePurl said...

Wonderful days, wonderful family and friends!