We had a few warm days this week and since we have no pool, out came a sprinkler and Piper had a great time running around in it.
Building blocks close to the wagon and the Spokane River. The World's Fair was held here in 1974.
Then Piper and I rode the 109 year old Looff Carousel. They just reopened it within the last week or so after building a beautiful new building to house it in. The timing was perfect because it's been closed down for a quite some time while the rebuilding was going on. We had a wonderful time! Just look at that smile. :-)
Lots of geese and mallard ducks roaming freely throughout the park.
Piper in the front, Caleb to the right and Kyleigh in the back. They would prefer that we not post photos of the two oldest grandkids, but you can't see them clearly here so I think this will be okay. My goodness they had a great time.
I finished several more pairs of mittens this week. I am officially sick and tired of them so I'm going to take a break until we get back from Omaha. I'm planning to make some baby blankets for awhile. It will be better anyway, because I'll lose dpn's, stitch markers and other small items in and under the seat in the car. This way, I'll use a pattern that just calls for a circular needle so I can't lose anything!
Please continue to pray for my sister Melanie and her kids. The Celebration of Life service for Mike will be next Saturday. Dennis and their son-in-law Tim will be speaking. I know this will be difficult for Tim especially because he was very close to Mike. My heart just breaks for all of them and I feel so far away.
Oh, and if you noticed, I have photos again. I don't know what it was, but our computer genius son fixed it and several other things for us in less than five minutes on Saturday. I am ever so grateful!
I hope you all have had a lovely weekend and I'll be back soon.
"Let us them approach God's throne of grace with confidence, so that we many receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need." Hebrews 4:16