Sunday, June 19, 2016

Having fun

I write the blog mostly in my head , I seldom write it here..My mind is busy with so many other things.In a month or two there will be less things to worry about. I hope. In the meantime i listen to a wonderful piano-dog concerts and eating tasty   grass and mud meals.




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  1. Delicious. Grass and mud tastes so much better when it is prepared by children.

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    1. They also had a very rich menu there.

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  2. Mine just seem to rush around all day, tiring their grandparents.

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  3. You are lucky to have grandchildren Yael. I'm still waiting.

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    1. It will come Sue,that is one of the best things in my life

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  4. Your grand children always look serene and well behaved and enjoying themselves in a way I like children to be.

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    1. Thank you Rachel, there are other moments too...

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  5. Wow lovely

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  6. Your grandchildren are very happy children. Also, it is so nice that they can walk barefeet in your beautiful garden! Will you please ask the beautiful hair little girl what's on the menu for tonight? :)
    Greetings Maria x

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  7. Thank you Maria.I forgot what we ate that day but i am sure we shall have many more,the summer vecation is here.

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  8. Sounds like you are having good times with your grandchildren.

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    1. It is fun Leisha, most of the time.

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  9. When I was a little girl, my grandmother had a garden, too. And I vaguely remember making mud pies and grass soup when I was very young.

    What nice things your blog posts help me to remember! Thank you, Yael.

    ps...your grandchildren are very cute. ♡

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    1. Thank you Jennifer,i know it is a short time, soon they will grow up and loose interest in grandmother:)

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    2. They won't lose interest. Grandmothers are special. The one I mentioned passed away when I was only 19 years old and I still miss her so much. She lives on in my heart.

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  10. Thank you, Yael, for sharing: I love the serenity and solemnity with which children are doing their things. And to be able to listen to a piano-dog concert: such a treat!

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  11. I realy like most of the moments with them,i think they feel the same.

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  12. You are lucky to be able to spend so much time with them, Yael. I have two granddaughters who live in Colorado (I am in Massachusetts) whom I only see twice a year. Fortunately I have a new one nearby and I'm not going to let her get away. Enjoy! even though it can be hard work!

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  13. Thank you Shawn. Usualy i drive 35km three times a week, life here is not easy and their parents work long days so i help. i didit also before retiering and it was not easy, now it is more fun.

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    1. Yael, that is a lot of driving! You are a full-time, hard-working grandmother! You are lucky to have such lovely grandchildren but they are also just as lucky to have you; a loving and protective nanna! X

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    2. Tank you Maria, i like driving and living in a rural area i have to drive for almost every thing that i need or have to do. It is ok.

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  14. Lovely photos Yael. What was your job before you retired? My 2 grand children live 5 miles away, but I see them only randomly, when I am needed to babysit. They are both at school/pre school now, so I am not needed much in the day.

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    1. You are lucky to have your grand children so close, Frances.

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  15. Lots of worse ways to spend a day! ;-)

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  16. I do it with love, Harry:)

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  17. How I loved making mud pies when I was a child. My obliging brothers ate them.

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  18. Children all over the world do it. how nice.

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  19. Children's cuisine ... different, but oh so universal. I love the dog sitting at the piano, and of course the pianist... a peaceful scene Yael.

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  20. Thank you Shirley,I hope every thing is ok.

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  21. I'm missing you here Yael. I know you are very busy with lovely grandchildren but I also know you are well because I see you commenting on my favourite blogs:)
    Greetings Maria xx

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  22. Thank you Maria,i hope i shall "be back" soon,every thing is ok here.

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