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August 29, 2012

Wordless Wednesday

Big B, Little B, What Begins With B?
 









 






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12 comments:

  1. Great photos! Your granddaughter is gorgeous! I've never seen a butterfly that color!

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    1. Thanks, Kathy. She looks a lot like her mama.

      I'd never seen a butterfly that color, either! We were at the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha. They have a great butterfly pavillion.

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  2. Beautiful pictures and I love the bikes!!

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    1. Thanks so much. There are dozens of these "artistic" bikes all over Lincoln. Our goal (for next summer's visit) is to get a photograph of every single one.

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  3. What a wonderful, wonderful time you have expressed in photographs.

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    1. It was truly one of the best two weeks of my life. We had an amazing amount of fun together!

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  4. Love these snapshots of your summer, of your life. They capture such joy that they make me feel joyful.

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    1. As I said to Nan, it was one of the best two weeks of my life. We are blessed.

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  5. Oh no--I don't think she's spoiled at all. ;) I'm sure it will be (or was) tough to say goodbye to your granddaughter--it looks like you guys had such a blast together. I've always been so sad that I don't live closer to my grandma but I do know that when we are together it makes that time so much sweeter.

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    1. Only spoiled in a good way. :) Yes, it was really hard to say goodbye... We talk every weekend, but I'm looking forward to when she is able to start sending emails and texts, too. And I can't wait for next summer's visit. We already have a list started of the things we want to do. :)

      Where does your grandma live? Do you have a four-generation photo with her and the babe?

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  6. It looks like you all had so much fun while your gorgeous granddaughter was visiting! I love her big stacks of books!!!!!

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    1. We did!!! I love that stack, too. I've already read the first and it was a winner. Fun to be in a book club with someone who enjoys reading, as she does. And it will be a huge help for me this holiday season when I have parents and grandparents asking for book recommendations for Christmas presents. I can always hand sell my favorites to adults, but coming up with books for young readers is quite a challenge.

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