Sunday, March 24, 2013


There was a job that needed to be done and he had it on his list.

Our little overnight guest was more than willing to help.


In her purple, ruffled Costco dress, her favorite red shoes, and her pink coat

she was ready. Afterall, it was Spring.  At my insistence, she wore my scarf 

and my warm headband.  It looked like spring, but felt like the middle of

winter.



Carefully and methodically she tackled her job, with her paw paw's

supervision.



Watching them work together thrilled my heart.




She insisted on carrying the heavy bucket of bird feed all by herself:)

 


Our little trend setter that marches to the beat of her own drummer, and is

so happy doing it, has the most helpful spirit about her.  Thanks to her and

her loving supervisor...



...the birds in our backyard are well fed and happy.


"Often the only thing a child can remember about an adult in their later

years, when he or she is grown, is whether or not that person was kind to

him or her."        ~Billy Graham

"Scatter kindness along the way and you will never walk alone."  ~unknown

Enjoy your Sunday!



4 comments:

Debbie said...

Good morning! Totally sweet post! I love stories about little ones with their grandparents...Enjoy your Sunday!

lindsey said...

Judy you have captured this precious time together so well. I love how she is wearing her favourite outfit :)

Melinda said...

So very cute!

M :)

Sassy Granny ... said...

This is what I can an "investment". What a powerful & precious means of affirming the little one's value AND strength (I'm impressed she was able to heft that bucket).

I love that you've captured these things as a living legacy for your family (and us).

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