Sunday, June 21, 2009

An Afternoon with Dad

I had a wonderful visit with my dad today. It is so seldom that we get a chance to have a little quality time together! Today was totally unplanned and perfect ! I have to do a little bragging here about my dad. My dad is an inventor of so many things, I could not even begin to list his amazing ideas! He is always thinking up something new and has a real gift for gab! Needless to say, we always have something new to talk about! My dad has the most beautiful garden , everywhere you turn ,there is something amazing in bloom and artfully displayed! This is just a glimpse of what I saw today. Oh yeah! That IS my name on the tractor! I just love it, isn't it cute?
Time to hit the dusty trail and catch some zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz's.


lorhen82 said...

What a beautiful garden! I just love that your dad has your name on the tractor!!! ~Lori

Riki Schumacher said...

Hi Steff, love the tractor!! What a fun day with your dad. I am staying pretty busy, trying to figure out where to get started again, but it is coming together. Miss you, my little roomy!

Lynell said...

Hey Girlie I'm jealous I want a my own tractor... lol Miss my dad as well and you say today was grandpa b-day? How old would her have been? He was born in something like 1899 wasn't he? Wow he has been gone a long time huh? I know you were very close to grandpa I mainly remember the snuff and the port and the time he gave me a whole family of rabbits.... :) I was 12 or 13 when he passed.

Thanks for the comment, I'm happy with it so far, still playing though :) hugs..... cus Nell


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