Photo taken in Scotts Head, Dominica by Mr. Craig Thompson

(notice what is says on the red boat)

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

{ Wednesday's Word - Grandchildren }

What a great week we've had.
Our grandkids came early Monday afternoon and left just a bit ago. We are tired, yes, but I'm missing them already.  Mercy, what blessings they are!

If you're on Face book, you might have seen a comment our 3-year old grand boy said to his Nannie as I got him out of the bathtub one afternoon.  He had been in there a bit too long playing and his hands were very wrinkled.  This precious little fellow held up his sweet tiny hands and said.....
"Nannie, my hands look like yours."
 I busted out laughing......
but I've spent some time glancing at my "sprinkly" hands since then. 
(a word one of the other little kiddos called Nannie's hands)

If I didn't love them so much.....LOL

#grandchild #grandma #grandmother:

Trying to explain how much I love my grandkids ....:


L♥ve My Grand-babies:


HOPE y'all have had a wonderful week, too, so far.

See you Friday for FFF!


  

6 comments:

  1. Loved this post and all of the quotes you shared. I so agree with changing the world for our grandchildren. I really fear for the world they will live in when I'm gone. Sigh. HOPE you have a wonderful rest of the week too!

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  2. How sweet of your 3 yr old grandchild. I remember when my grandson was 6 he held my hand and kissed it and said"Grandma your hand is wrinkled,if I could I'd make them go away" till this day it touches my heart when I think of it..Love my precious grandchildren!

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  3. What a beautiful post, Deb. Have lovely day, friend.

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  4. One of my very favorite words!! ❤ Being a parent was a joy, a struggle, and a blessing - but being a GRANDparent is the best!

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  5. We were so blessed to have supper with most of our grandchildren last night...they're all grown now but still say such sweet things to their Granny! BYW, I have 'sprinkly' hands too! Have a great day.

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  6. "Nannie, my hands look like yours."

    OH! So sweet. :)

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Proverbs 16:24