Letters from a Hill Farm
:) Thanks for starting my day with a smile! I especially love that first picture and the seriousness of the patient.
I see that you are busy making memories. Such a delight to see.
How wonderful! This is an antidote for our often fast-paced and sometimes uncivil world. All about the limitless love you all share.Mary
They are darling children, Nan, and such a variety of professions. :)
Hard to imagine a time before them now! Lovely.
Love these pictures! So sweet how Campbell is looking out for Indy in the last shot. Thanks for putting a smile on my face at the end of this very long day, dear friend!
Looks like great fun was had by all! I love the look on Hazel Nina's face in the last picture. She is growing up incredibly fast, isn't she!
Love these picturesand so many memories of mine as they grew.Now 3 grown and two past 10where has the time gone.Enjoy this timeand wonderful memories you will have.
Lucky happy kids ... lucky happy grandparents! (oh, the parents too of course ;)))
My thanks to each of you for your lovely comments. I am a lucky blogger to have such kind readers!
Lovely, happy children. What a blessing. Thank you for sharing the photographs.
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