Many of you have asked where in the world I've been.

All I know is that after 7 plus years of blogging and a different lappy, which I don’t like, I seem to have lost my blogging fervor.

Someday, when you least expect it, I will post again.

For those of you still waiting I say thank you.

Meanwhile, I am rather prolific on twitter. Find me: @KeethaB
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Thursday, June 28, 2012

FF's and I Don't Mean French Fries


Again this week ALL my frags have one theme. I have good reason for this - - - two "little frags" have kept me busy all week and I didn't have time to get fragmented any other way.

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This is for YOU, "Go-Blue" Daddy.

(For those of you who may not understand that, Blue in this case is the blue of the Michigan Wolverines.)

Kamma says, "When in 'Consin, dress like it!"

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Have you ever noticed that no matter how many fancy schmancy toys are around - - -

Kids will entertain themselves with something "free for the taking" nine times out of ten?

Who knew rocks could be so fascinating?

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No, their grandmother did NOT make them sleep on the floor. This was a "fort" (of sorts) of their own creation.

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There is something so sweet and innocent

About children resting, isn't there?

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Two little cooks

Making mud stew.

Which they will gladly share with you!!

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Looks like a torture chamber, doesn't it?
Sounds like one too with all the screaming.
But kids just keep rushing back in there, so it must not be ALL bad.

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Piper found her lost twin at the lake.

Even the care-givers had trouble knowing which child to "yell" at.

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A peaceful riparian vista captured during our evening walk and duck-feeding excursion.

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Now please hurry over to Mrs 4444's place
and see all the Friday Fragments!



Tracy said...

Love the Wisconsin gear.

Traci Marie Wolf said...

Looks like a great week with the grand kids. They are adorable. I have very vivid memories of the peace and rest I achieved as a child, I love when I get that now days. I could sit and read a book all day, I'm afraid anxiety won't let me do that these days, but it will happen again.

Martin LaBar said...

That looks like fun! And they have probably kept you humping!

Ellen aka Ellie said...

What a busy week filled with making memories! You must be exhausted in the very best of ways!

nancygrayce said...

Oh, you have absolutely beautiful grands! And what fun they are having at grandparent's house!

Wayne W Smith said...

I loved the anti-blue picture. It was very cute.

Cheryl said...

Those are some seriously cute "little frags" you've got there! It looks like you all are having a fun time. Enjoy!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Your Grands are sooooo cute! Love all the Wisconsin red!! Hugs, Linda

Debby@Just Breathe said...

What a fun week! So glad that they are having such a great time visiting with you. Love the first picture, they are adorable. Such beautiful faces!

Fantasy Gridiron said...

Thanks for the great week of super cute pics! I can look past the Wisconsin least it's not Buckeye junk! I'd have to put them in therapy if it had been Buckeye rags.

Hootin' Anni said...

........sweet, precious children!!! We can learn so much from them. Yes, tell them I too think rocks are fascinating. Wish I were there with them so I could go along on a hike...of rock hunting!!! Looks like a fun week...and a busy week.

Patti @ Pandoras Box said...

Your grandchildren are growing up quickly! They are adorable, too!

viridian said...

Hey! It's buckeye red and grey here! Lovely pictures!!!

Unknown said...

A peaceful riparian vista? Sounds like a certain character from one of my all time favorite comedic actresses from the UK. She had a riparian adventure, too, and everyone went overboard.

Stacy said...

Great pictures! It looks like you and the grands are having a wonderful time. :)

podso said...

You'll be needing a rest after this long visit! But what fun you are having! Yes, amazing, how well kids play with nothing special! That's where their creativity shines!

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

I love their Badger shirts! What a wonderful Grandma you are, such memories they will have!
see you soon!

Vidya Sury said...

Such darlings. I love the pictures in "bed" and reading. So serene and endearing!

Mrs4444 said...

Something tells me that the truly charming part about children resting is the part where their grandma gets to rest!haha

Ann in the UP said...

I'm with Jason Go Blue. At our house I get the Badger gear, Good Guy would need Go Blue----but we'd have to evict anyone wearing Bugeye gear. No OSU fans here.

It looks like you all had lots of fun during your eleven days!

Claudya Martinez said...

It's the child's imagination that makes a "toy" a toy. My daughters love rocks and boxes.