Sunday, November 27, 2011

This and That

Can I tell you how pleasant it is in Arizona in the fall?
Yes, the summers are scorchers, but in November we are enjoying temperatures in the mid- 70's.

How delightful to observe my daughter picking bright yellow lemons off her tree in the back yard, and to smell the fresh citrus aroma throughout the kitchen.

The fall is a perfect time to watch our grandson's play soccer. No need for sweaters, just grassy fields with plenty of room to run under a sunny blue sky.

There is nothing better than watching 6 year old's on a Saturday morning play with real intent .
Their facial expressions show it all.
Cheering for Isaak after his first field goal was a great moment for us as grandparents.
It's these small moments added up that bring true happiness in life.

Little Miss Fashion Accessory celebrated her 2nd birthday in style with dress ups from her grandma Nina.
Imelda Marcos you have met your match.
Nothing better than shoes (her favorite thing!) that go clank, clank, clank on the tile floors.

Unless of course it's making sure that daddy fits the TWO tiara's just right.

9 comments:

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Now that is what it is all about!!

Jackie said...

Oh yes, love the AZ winters! What fun you are having with the grandkids! Hope to see you there this winter!

Cardygirl said...

Looks like perfect weather there...cute kids!

Julia said...

So sweet Nedra...the little ones are our joy in life..as Jane said, that's what it's all about..
Julia ♥

Belinda said...

Oh yes....TWO TIARAS!!!!HA!!

Truffle queen said...

How cute are your little grands?!! REALLY cute! I feel so sorry for the goalie! Too young to be so disappointed with himself! Ah life - NOT a bowl of cherries! lol I see a DIVA in the making! Gotta love it!!!

Cindy said...

I'm thinking that Arizona looks like a fine climate. I'm so not ready for another Utah winter.
Love the sweet grandkids, every family needs a princess!

fiberchick said...

Your grandchildren are so sweet and boy do I have weather envy!

Nanette Merrill said...

Oh my gosh she is so so cute.