Labor Day Weekend At The Beach
Every morning these guys come over for hot cocoa.
I love traditions.
Aunt DeeDee has a wagon.
I don't know how many rides Granddog Sadie had.
I wonder how many miles were put on the wagon this weekend.
Holiday weekends are for napping and if you score both comfy chairs,
use them to your fullest advantage.
It's perfect when your Poppy covers you up with a quilt and
puts little Jessie in to snuggle with you.
This boy loves the dogs!
I wish I could hear the conversation.
I had to take the picture through the window
because there was no way I would mess up this partnership.
Fun times on the beach.
We went to the family reunion of my good friend.
This is the first time our grandkiddos have met.
They were fast friends!
Pretty soon, electronics were put away and real play happened.
Lots of running and laughing!
I took some time to assess Wild & Goosey.
How many more blocks do I need,
how many more scraps do I need to gather and
how many more little sashing strips I need to cut.
These blocks are soon to be made into a quilt tip.
We had to come home.
The view from the top of the bridge in Astoria was marvelous!
But it's not a good spot for a picture.
This is as you are coming off the bridge.
Passenger seat knitting happened.
I made some good progress on my socks.
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