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Saturday, July 01, 2006



Just to give Reve equal billing in the faraway grandchildren department here is one of him at the beach wearing clothes.



And a closer one of True.



Then Sky and Free and Summer, who will be returning from San Diego at the end of July. One set of grandchildren close to home again!

And now I promise to go back to quilting news on my next post. (Although I do have one set of grandchildren not represented here but I will save them for another time.)

7 comments:

KCQuilter said...

Hi, Joyce, I couldn't find your email so decided to answer your question about Quilters' Travel Companion here--hope that is okay!

The book includes shops for Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Saskatchewan--but not a whole lot for each province. Hope this helps.

Darcie said...

What gorgeous grandchildren, Joyce! Looks like they're all quite active and adventurous!

I would bet that they miss their Gram, too. (Or are you Mimi? My friend Karen is from Canada...and her Mom is known as Mimi to the grandkids.)

ForestJane said...

Are True, Sky, Free, and Summer their real names or just what you're calling them to avoid using their real names on the internet? Like people say DD for dear daughter, etc.?

Whatever their names, they're all beautiful children. :)

dirtylittleslurry said...

True is True's real name, as in True Blue , which in Australia means True Blue Fair Dinkum Aussie and in Canada is True Blue as in True love. RĂªve (pronounced Rev) means dream in French. and in Australia it mean vroom vroom!
That's my kids crazy names explained...!
carm

Tazzie said...

What darling children ... all of them!
*hugs*
Tazzie
:-)

joyce said...

And Sky and Free are twins, Summer is their sister a year younger. Those are indeed their real names. THey needed something that worked in Japanese and English.

Lily said...

Joyce it's your blog so you can post whatever you want!! LOL

Lovely lovely photos of the kids. No wonder you miss them. Australia's a great place to live though!