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.
Ha! So cute, so very cute.Tks for giving me a smile.
Dear Cheryl, That's what it did for me, and I just had to share.Have a good weekend!Jenny :-)
not that is adorable...
you should joing our Texas Blogging Gals...stop by and find the button on my side bar...some really great gals
LOL, I wouldn't have that that flour tasted very good, but what do I know?!
What a great picture! You should have a caption contest. How about - "Who me?" I'm sure there are more clever ones out there.
Thanks Deb! I'll check out your site.
Hey Monica! When you are 2 1/2, it isn't really about taste. It's about feel, and seeing how much flour you can get on the flour, in your hair, ears, nose, and clothes! Finger painting is not just with paints! It's all about experiencing different mediums. ;-)
Marie, what a good idea! Knowing Loudon, his caption would be, "Where's the sugar?"
Lol, love it!Funny how I used to get upset when my kids made big messes, but the grandkids--well, they can do anything, and it just makes me laugh:)
Rose, I think as grandparents we have learned how fleeting this time of their lives is. Instead of looking at it as a mess, we see it as experimentation.
That photo is a guaranteed smile maker!Marnie
Dear Jenny, what an adorable little chap he is and what fun he was having. Just wait until he has a little partner in crime...double trouble!... oops I mean fun :)Jan :)
What a sweetie!
Dear Marnie, Little Loudon can always give a lift to my day. I smile every time I look at him!Dear Shy Songbird, Hee! Hee! I hope they become great partners in whatever! Dear Sue, Thanks! He has been a joy.
That pic just made my day! What a cutie!
That's a v cute picture...... and what an amazing blue flower you are!!
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