After our last-of-the-summer hot, humid weather, the changing of the seasons is much welcomed. Night time temps have been falling down into the 50s with forecasts of down to the high 30s in the not too distant future. Okay, so our summer weather is over along with limited time (before Jack Frost makes an appearance) for anything left in the garden, but oh my, sleeping at night is so much nicer! Snuggling under that down comforter (we've yet to close the bedroom windows) each night is heavenly. (Also, harder to make oneself get out of bed in the morning!)
I've noticed blog postings in general (not just mine :o]) seem to be on the more infrequent side lately. Either we're all pooped at the end of a busy summer or feeling pressed for time knowing how much still needs to be done in order to be prepared for winter. I wish I had my fall decorations up and around the house, but don't know when I'll find time for that any time soon.
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Our daughter stopped by for a visit yesterday with two of the three children she cares for during the day. The twins' big sister started school on Tuesday (very exciting!) so the little ones got all our attention.
This is the little guy, G, helping Papa Pea bring "his" stool into the kitchen from the garage. He walked backwards the whole way carrying his end.
I've titled this one, "N, what did you do to your brother?"
And then this one might be my daughter asking G what he did to his sister. To which I imagine the reply being, "Retaliation."
The twins are such a joy to watch. It's amazing what those little brains can assimilate and learn on a nearly day to day basis.
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Well, since this looks to be a beautiful day with sunshine and very little humidity, I'm off to do what needs to be done. Toodles.