The moon was just going down when I went out to the barn this morning at 5 a.m. It is almost a full moon and looked so pretty through the trees. I had heard some noise coming from the barn so went out to investigate. Don't usually hear a peep from the boys but I guess they were squabbling like little boys do and some one let out a squeal. All was well and they got their breakfast a bit earlier then usual so they were happy.
Saturday we went on our annual pumpkin picking excursion. The grand kids look forward to this each year and so do I! It was pretty picked over as we were a week or so later then usual so we didn't get any huge ones but there was still enough for the kids to hunt for and carry back to the truck.
Funsize, are your clippers big enough? heehee!
Grammie and D.
Funsize met a new friend!
This year some neighborhood friends went along. Look at D on the left, he was tired of having his pictures taken!
This week is busy as Son and DIL are headed to a convention today. They are being picked up at the airport by the company that is putting on the convention in an eight passenger plane! Yikes! I'm glad it isn't as windy today as it was yesterday or they would be bouncing all over the place! Where's the Dramamine?!!!! Instead of a six and a half hour drive it will be an hour and a half flight. :o)
T and D are staying here with us so we will be having fun and this house will have a lot more activity then usual. After school today the photographer is coming to take pictures of Kipper, Skippy and Nick plus I'm going to have some done of T and D with the ponies. Tomorrow afternoon he will be going to the stable to take some of Lil' bud and Funsize plus some of the other horses stabled there.
If you want a wonderful devotional on Disappointment hop on over to Nancy's at Olive Leaf Ministries. Nancy has had her share of disappointments in life being the loving Mom to an autistic daughter. Through God's grace she deals with this with love and peace. It's a short little video and well worth your time to listen! :o)
T had her stitches out yesterday. Once again she was very brave and didn't shed a tear! Her eye looks good and I don't think there is going to be much of a scar. As far as I know they still have the dog but only because they were told they had to keep him for 10 days to make sure he doesn't have rabies. T made a nice card for her little friend that the dog belongs to. She says she feels worse for the little girl then for herself as she knows how much the little girl loves her dog. T has a kind heart, this makes a grammie smile!