Week in Review

view from daughter's backyard

view from daughter’s backyard

Our granddaughter had her wisdom teeth extracted last week, so I went up to document with photos help out. She was faithful to use her ice packs, and didn’t get the typical “chipmunk cheeks.” So I took the above photo from the backyard, instead. 

And this:

There was a LOT of this last week.

There was a LOT of this last week.

C spent more time on the chair adjusting the chains than sitting on the swing.
I didn’t recall taking so many photos; but when I downloaded them,  I remembered Z had wanted to take “a picture” with my iPhone. She got quite a few like this, a rock, a frisbee, and some just plain grass.

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Z took pictures like this.

I should have let her take the picture of B, since hers come out better! IMG_0989

What did you do last week? 

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23 thoughts on “Week in Review

  1. HI Pattis Glad you had a ggood time withyour grandchidlren they all look like they are having fun. You ask what I did last week, well I am still on holiday on the Isle of Wight and my happenings are all on my blog.

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  2. OUCH! It sounds like your granddaughter was good about following the dentist’s advice, so, hopefully, she is feeling much better now! I never had my wisdom teeth pulled… which might explain why my teeth look like my teeth! I wish I had your granddaughters courage in the face of dentistry!
    🙂

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    • I did have a great time with them, Arindam. It’s nice to be back with my blogging family this week. I find joy and happiness in the interactions with my online buddies, too.

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    • Isn’t that great about a whole new, unblemished week, and the cares of the previous one swept under the rug by the weekend. They do have a great view, though the vegetation has grown a lot, too. It’s not as visible from the backyard as it used to be. When the leaves are gone in winter, that will change again.

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    • It is pretty peaceful there, Nicola. Even the kids seem to take a break from playing to soak it all in. My grandson has to see how far he can throw rocks. 🙂 He has a pretty good arm for six years old.

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