Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Grandsitting March Madness: Going Home

I thought I was done with posts, but then remembered I had photos on the camera I had not yet processed. My knee is better, thank you all who asked. It was a day later I discovered my elbow was sore. Thankfully, I was wearing my long coat and that cushioned my fall somewhat.

They left on Friday, and the place is so quiet! I know why people age 60 shouldn't have kids, though.

Grandsitting March Madness Day 1

Grandsitting March Madness Day 2
Grandsitting March Madness Day 3
Grandsitting March Madness Day 4
Grandsitting March Madness Day 5


Great hilarity ensued. They were fantastic helping pack up the car.

A last goodbye. Annabelle misses her!

Poor Grampa was about to leave, they needed one more photo-op to demonstrate how sad they were to leave!!! Such drama queens! I know they were happy to get home.

A fun afternoon on the frog pond.
Jos on the frog pond from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.


Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
A lovely round-off of the week of grandies-care. Glad to hear the knee okay - hope the elbow follows as quickly; nothing reminds us, or our bodies, more that the years are taxing than having a spell with the younger and fitter!!! YAM xx

eileeninmd said...

Hello, glad you had a nice visit with the grands. Sorry about your fall, I hope you are recovered now. Take care. Have a happy day!

Nancy J said...

What a truly wonderful March holiday with you both, and no doubt you are tired, there must be very valid reasons why we don not have young children after a certain age!!! Rest those knees and the elbow.

Powell River Books said...

What a wonderful March for everyone. - Margy

Red said...

There's a lot of energy in these two. I'm sure they had fun.

Debbie said...

no wonder you are exhausted! i always say that i could never have kids now!!!

William Kendall said...

Annabelle certainly seems comfortable with kids!

Cat Lover said...

Glad to hear your knee is feeling better. Looks like everyone had a wonderful time.

Kay said...

Winter is my granddaughter's favorite season too.