In following the tradition of Clare we return again to E Friday, where I post three photos of my darling granddaughter E, because VG really likes to look at these pics. Well, I like to look at them also.
E and Grammy did a lot of things out in the yard when she was down. After all, as E walked in the door the first day, pulled off her shoes and socks, and headed outside she said ‘it’s OK to go barefoot at Grammy’s’. One of the things they did was work in the garden. We put in our tomato plants, all the better to get a start before temps go over 100f, and the two of them pulled stuff out of the compost pile and put a nice layer around the planting bed. E really liked it because there were a lot of worms in the compost, and she really enjoyed picking the worms out and making them houses in the raised bed.
With our old pickup truck gone, E moved over to driving the old Lincoln I have parked out back. It’s a big slab sided ’65 with suicide doors if anyone is interested. Anyway, E thought this one was almost as much fun to drive as the truck was. And in this one the horn works.
I feel sorry for dad when she gets to high school. They also went shopping to the fashion outlet mall, which has those cars that you put a quarter in and they shake for a while. Nowhere near as good as the Lincoln, but more her size: