Thursday, April 25, 2013

{ P,H,F,R}

April is just a hard month in our family.  So glad it is coming to a close.   Linking up with Aunt Leila today with Like Mother, Like Daughter.


{Pretty}
 
 
 
 
 
 
My oldest daughter is a Landscape Architect, but currently teaches Art to 1st - 6th graders.  This is a triptych she painted for her mantle wall.
 
 
{ Happy}
 
 


We had a family birthday last weekend. Mr. Golfer doesn't get photographed very often so I though I would slip him in here with my oldest son in law.


{Funny}
 
 
 
 
I so wish I could still do this!
 
 
{Real}
 
 
 

 

I am teaching my almost 3 year old granddaughter to use scissors.  Apart from reminding her how to hold them, she did very well today.  No where near cutting straight lines, but this captured her attention for hours this morning!

We are leaving town tomorrow for a little weekend visit to some dear friends.  Mr. Golfer will get to play a new course for 2 days and my friend, Patsy, is taking me to the Divine Mercy Chapel and then to visit some new yarn shops.  So looking forward to this!
 


10 comments:

  1. Your daughter is very talented. The painting is just wonderful!

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    1. Thank you! Yes she is and I hope it continues to pass through the family!

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  2. I agree - beautiful painting! and beautiful mantel! Your weekend away sound wonderful! Enjoy it!

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  3. I need to work worth my grands on cutting too, I have an almost 3 and a 4. Maybe we will do it outside :)

    The triptych is just beautiful

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  4. I love the painting - that is just beautiful!
    Enjoy your weekend, I love going to new yarn shops.
    My 6 year old LOVES scissors and the floor by my bed sometimes looks just like your photo (our art table is in my room).

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    1. I will be posting pics of my finds!

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  5. Lovely pictures and beautiful family :)

    www.vindiebaby.com
    Vintage Inspired Girls

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  6. I look forward to being a grandmother, too, one day... you are saving precious memories of the littlest ones. And the triptych is just beautiful. Blessings.

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