Sunday, August 21, 2011

I Spy.....

I spy with my little eye a frog sitting next to the flower frog I got last week. He must think that is one pretty frog.                                                                                                                                         
 I spy with my little eye pepe swinging Miss Baby who stay the night, she is one amazing girl for sure.
 I spy leaves turning red, not yet I plead what happened to summer?
 I spy black berries mmmmmm...
I hear with my two big ears a thunder storm coming! All of a sudden the wind picked up and tree limbs are snapping yikes!
And now that you are completely sick of this rhyme I am done!
We had Miss Baby over night for the first time. She went to bed at 6:50 pm and got up 7:00am she is such fun and a good girl.
No thrifting or yard saling I did drop off a bag at the thrift store they were giving away big zucchinis so the plan is a stuffed zucchini for dinner.
"Where shall I begin, please your Majesty?" he asked.
"Begin at the beginning,"the King said, gravely,"and go on till you come to the end:then stop." .........Lewis Carroll
THE END

16 comments:

Larkrise garden girl said...

Miss baby looks like she is having a good time. I love the frogs and your ending of your post. What a nice day!

Courtney said...

We just had a walloping storm. This house is like a ship...you have to close all the windows and ride it out! I love seeing pics of your dear Miss Baby! We foraged for corn today and had it with steak...what decadence. Have a good week!
Hugs!

Kim said...

I saw turning leaves a couple of days ago. Sheesh, it's too soon! Mmm, stuffed zucchini is a favorite. Glad you had a great overnight with Baby.

yaya said...

Fun weekend! How nice that sweet baby slept all through the night for you. She's a cutie. I've noticed many leaves starting to change and although I do like fall, I'm not sure I'm quite ready to end this summer! Hope the storm isn't too bad!

Leontien said...

Wonder what is at the end???

I always say if you hear a bang, you need to stop...

Did you find the Real Farm Wives and the Gooseberry Patch giveaways?


Hope you had a great weekend!
Leontien

Rugs and Pugs said...

What a cute post and great pictures. Thanks!!!
Pug hugs ;)
Lauren

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

I liked what you spied with your little eyes. I hope someday I can drop into the book store when I am up visiting my daughter at school. School starts August 31st.

Stacy Crawford said...

Fun post. I didn't get sick of it at all.

Rose H (UK) said...

Moments spent with Miss Baby sure are precious ones Cathy.
Your frog is cute - love his little stripe along his face :o)
Enjoy the week.
Best wishes as always.
Rose H

The Barn Door said...

Oh how fun to have Miss Baby overnight and for her to sleep so well! Lucky you!

Balisha said...

Clever post...Isn't it fun to have the first sleepover? Leaves turning a bit here too.
Balisha

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

cute post...loved reading this....

happy to see you today at farmhouse kitchen, my friend

kary and teddy
xx

Julia said...

I love your post Cheri and that baby girl is so adorable. Sleeping all through the night. Enjoy her and don't blink as they grow so fast.

Fall is so near yet it seems like I haven' seen summer. I hope that it will be better next year.

Have a great visit with the little cutie. JB

Julia said...

Hi Cathy, I'm not sure if my comment went through but I think that I just called you Cheri by mistake.

It's been a while since I've been leaving comments. Your little grand daughter is adorable and it's so nice that she's sleeping through the night.

JB

Dog Trot Farm said...

How wonderful for you to have Miss Baby overnight! (and what a good little sleeper). Stuffed zucchini sounds delicious. Please do not be angry with me when I say I am enjoying this cool weather. I do hope your dear husband continues to do well. Blessings,Julie.

AshTreeCottage said...

What a sweet baby and what a good little girl to sleep through the night. My guess is that she feels so comfy, loved and secure in the home of her grandparents. Such a special relationship that is!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley