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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Sorry, More Grandchildren!



Micha, Sacha and Ariana are staying here for a few days while their parents are away. Here they are cleaning up our old railway caboose so they can sleep in it.







Ariana loves the riding lawn mower. She helped out so much yesterday by mowing our huge yard with a bit of help from her sisters.

We are planning a big party on July 7. We call it Artist's Day. There will be an art display in our studio so nothing quilty being done until after that. I am pushing everything out of the way to clear a space to show the art. I will try to post some photos on Friday. In the evening we go up the hill to our big stone circle and have a party. You can see pictures of the stone circle at:
Star Center Art
And check out the Landscape Art section.

9 comments:

anne bebbington said...

My husband would really envy you that railway carriage in the garden - sadly here in the UK space is so limited you have to have megabucks to afford a garden big enough to house one - good job really - he loves railways etc so much if we had one he's probably move out into it and who would I warm my cold feet on in bed on a winter's night? :o)

Laura said...

Artist's Day sounds awesome! I can't wait to see the pictures!

The Calico Cat said...

Our old caboose - how many people can say that? I know my dad would love to be able to add that sentence to his vocabulary!

Finn said...

My goodness you are having a busy summer!! But it sure sounds like fun to me...*VBS* And what great memories for the kids...sewing will return when things quiet down..*VBS*

dirtylittleslurry said...

That's a really nice t shirt sacha is wearing... tee hee!
carm

Tonya R said...

Wow, how incredible for your grandchildren. A railway caboose? Art everywhere. You guys are the coolest.

Screen Door said...

Enjoy those grandbabies!! They grow up so fast....
Melanie

Judy said...

Absolutely great granparents you are!! A railway car? Too cool!

dirtylittleslurry said...

... and pretty fine parents too, I must say!

carm