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That macaw is really beautiful...and BIG, Clara!Great photos of your grandsons and you and Lisa. Lucas looks so sweet and young and innocent in the one of him sleeping. And I really love that big front porch---lucky Kathy.
What caught my eye, Clara, was that Tennessee Vol CHAIR... They sell those at Cracker Barrel.. I try to sit in one every time I go there. HA!!!Great family. You look like a proud Granny. Have a fabulous day.Hugs,Betsy
Proud Grandmother there ,Clara!Happy for you.Patsy
Beth...That front porch goes all the way around her house. They even have a wood burning old cook stove out there with a chimmney...they really cook on it ocassionally. Sometime I will post a picture of it and some of the other antiques she has. part of it is screened in. It is so pretty.
I love all the photos Clara, but the one of you with the boys is my favorite. What a bird!
I believe the boys have out grown Granny!
Hye, Clara,A sleigh on the porch! HOw cool is that! Handsome grandson, beautiful granddaughter. Love,Ruby
OOPS! two grandsons! Sorry. Both handsome.love,Ruby
I love how your "kids" are now taller than you!
All great photos Clara! That Macaw is so big and beautiful!! The grandkids are growing up!! Love that front porch with the sleigh!! I love porches and you say this one goes all around! Wow! Now that's MY kind of porch!!
What a pretty bird! I am always amazed at how colorful they can be.O love pictures of the kids sleeping. They look so angelic.It must be fun for her to decorate that big sleigh on holidays.
You are such a doll, and I can tell that your grandkids adore you!!!!I enjoyed all the photos.:-)Have a good weekend, Clara.
The boys have gotten so big, the youngest has really shot up this year! You look so proud (and well you should be!)It's so good to see you and Lisa with such a good relationship. You and her are very beautiful ladies.I'm going to STEAL some ideas from Lisa's friend's porch! I just saw (while in Mennonite area) this morning, someone else had hung their chairs like that on the porch - in Shaker style. I thought "how clever!" I have two that Hubby bought at auction plus one without a bottom and now it can be a planter! And the catty-cornered swing, why didn't I think of that?I hope your weather isn't as balmy as ours right now. Stay cool!teresa
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