Sunday, December 7, 2014
I didn't hear back, but that's okay. If they're busy already, I'm bummed, but it was a short-notice idea.
So this morning I woke up at seven and saw still no answer, so sent Dan a text, and went back to sleep.
At 9:30 he called, "Mother are you sleeping? Are you texting me in your sleep? What's going on?"
Anyway, they came over and Grandpa made pancakes and fried egg sandwiches, and sausage, and it was great. Those kids actually ATE.
They were hungry for chocolate chip pancakes.
b.g. said, "Grandma. I'm Spiderman. It's a web."
Ohhhh. Wow. Well.
If they put their eye up against it, they can see Grandpa's desk in the office below. Here they are putting the cord from the earphones for the electric organ down into the office.
Now he does.
And this: That's a fake hamster in a wheel next to the Dept. 56 church.
Well, yeah. Nothing more to add.
And this picture? No idea who took it or why, or if they even know they did.
Then he was at the door, wanted to show me something, so I followed him over the patio to the snowbank and he showed me dog poop.
I said, "Why are you showing me dog poop?" I thumped Sam on the back and said, "Dogs are always doing that. It's their favorite trick. I'm going back inside."
In a few minutes, he was yelling for Alicia, had to show her something. Just by the location and so forth, we knew.
I slid the screen down and called, "We don't want to look at poop!" and slipped it up again.
Then we laughed.
Because kids are crazy and that's like probably the best thing about them.
There they are in a picture I stole from Alicia.
Thank you guys for making this a great day. I love you so much my heart can hardly hold it. love, Grandma (and your cooking Grandpa too)