Monday, October 29, 2012

The Story Behind the Photo

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Last night our daughter, Maria, and her husband, Eric, came by for supper. They bring the entertainment, our granddaughters Cordelia and Elise. I never take for granted how blessed we are to have them living nearby!

Last night, near the end of our evening together, I remembered that I write a daily blog (duh) and that I should take some photos.  Maria was out of the room feeding Elise, so I turned my attention to Cordelia.  She was having fun with Grandpa, drawing on the toy shown in this photograph.  I think Cordy became bored with it before Grandpa Mike did.


I took this photo of Cordelia.  She was just lively and silly so I snapped the picture.  It wasn't until I uploaded it to my computer that I noticed the story going on in the background.  Apparently, Grandpa Mike was pretty proud of something he drew, making sure Eric admired his work. 


Cordelia then started playing with a doll house she received from her Great Aunt Karen.  Camera still in hand, I started clicking.  Again, when I uploaded it later I was tickled.  Can you see that it is Buzz Lightyear she is putting to bed in the upstairs room?


Cordelia was getting tired.  It was apparent she had missed her nap.  She didn't want to stop playing, though!


But even perfect evenings have to come to an end.


Did you have a good week-end?  I really enjoy reading comments on my blog so let me know if you did something exciting.




3 comments:

Maria Rose said...

Haha! She was out 15 minutes after we got home!

Marsha @Spots and Wrinkles said...

How nice of you to stop by Spot and Wrinkles last evening.

Your granddaughter looks like a lively and fun little girl.

Blessings to you - Marsha

Sarah Purdy said...

Looks like you had a fun night! Sunday nights for us are usually laundry, dishes and last minute tidying before the tidal wave of the next week hits.

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