A journal of a gardener in Round Rock, Texas learning how to deal with clay and limestone "soil" and the heat! Whew! But also the joy that comes from getting out in the garden and enjoying nature and family.
What a sweet child! I had curly hair like that.Brenda
That is precious and I love that hair!
Only one thought comes to mind when I see that face . . . YUM! Adorable! ; D
What a cutie-pie!
Hi Brenda--thanks! He got his grammy's hair!
Thanks, Susie. There is nothing quite like discovering spaghetti for the first time.
Debbie, only a toddler can make eating pasta an art form! LOL!
Thanks Wendy--he was quite the messy cutie-pie. Straight to the tub!
What a doll!! Is there anythinh cuter than a child enjoying his food? I love pictures like this-brightens my whole out look on life. :) Thanks for sharing.BTW, did the bathwater turn scebbi red??
Now there is a good eater! HA. I enjoyed perusing your blog, and love the photo and caption with the hat! Simon and Garfunkle are the best. I normally race to stop music on blogs, I can't think and read and write with it, but let that song play, it is always welcome.Frances
Dear Beckie, I'm glad it helped to brighten you day...little Loudon always seems to do that to me, but I thought it was just because I was his grammy! LOL!His bathwater was more of a tomato and olive oil moisturizing soak. He loves his bath as much as his food.
Frances, thank you so much for the lovely words of praise. I felt that way about your garden when I first started reading your blog. I used to live in Tennessee eons ago, and I would love to go back for a visit--it's such a beautiful part of the country. Looking at your pictures reminds me of just how beautiful it is.
Scebbie, incidentally, would be a good cat name, too! :) Spaghetti is a lot of fun to eat.
Lovely photo of a lovely little boy. I bet quite a lot of that sauce ended up on grandma too judging by those sticky fingers!I agree with fairegarden about S and G we were listening to their CDs only last night.
What a cutie. Reminds me of that credit card commercial;) Candid photos of everyday things like this are the ones you look back on for many years.Marnie
What beautiful hair....don't you just love them when they are all messy and enjoying it......
Monica, Scebbi would be a great cat name! That was the first time Loudon had ever eaten Spaghetti, and judging by his face, I think he enjoyed it.
LOL, I wondered what kind of plant "scebbi" was when I saw this title. What a cutie! And when did he get all those beautiful curls?
Dear Shy Songbird,Thanks for the kind words and allowing this proud Grammy to do a little bragging! LOL!I have always loved Simon and Garfunkel--glad to know there are others who feel the same way. I still listen to their albums--and Paul Simon after he went out on his own.
Dear Marnie,It's true! I always love the snapshots better than the posed studio shots (don't tell my daughter though--she is a professional photographer).
Dear Cheryl,I do so love to watch him as he explores everything, never caring about unimportant things like keeping clean. He truly experiences his food--smashing it, flinging it, sharing it with the dogs, and even managing to get some in his tummy!
Rose, I thought of that when I posted--it could be scebbi squash--LOL!Why, he got his curls from his Grammy, of course! My hair is much darker though. His curls and coloring are just like his mother. I used to put her hair up in pigtails, and finger curl them like little bouncy corkscrews.
He's adorable! That looks like me when I eat spaghetti!
Awww! What a darling face! :-)
Hey Nola! Loudon looks like Hubby when he eats BBQ! Hee, hee!How is the garden going? I am frantically trying to get as much done before the heat sets in!
Hi Dawn,Thanks, I think he is pretty cute too. That is probably the last of the "scebbi" for him for awhile--the doctor has taken him off of wheat again. Sigh...
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