Don't I just recognize the bittersweet ending to family and friends visits. It becomes so quiet; nice in one way but also sad in another.;)Glad you enjoyed to have your company around, the pictures speak for themselves.;))
What a bumper crop of beautiful kidlets they are! I can only imagine how exhausted.. but wonderful you must feel. And what a bright, little cartoonist. :)
So glad you could have that time with your precious family!I love the BIG BLACK HAIR on the first drawing! SURELY that would be a most excellent character for a BOOK!
your grandbabies are adorable!!! rest up and looking forward to more blogging!
Now that is a good looking group of babes!
I know you enjoyed their visit...now you can enjoy the quiet! Aaahhh!
What a precious gaggle of Grands. Don't you just hate the empty feeling after they depart?? I know you needed some rest after their visit but the deafening sound of empty is difficult too.
Adorable .. I am sure you need an extended vacation/staycation now that they've gone .. exhausting isnt it ..but such fun!
You have the cutest bunch of grandkids ever! Embrace the quiet.
The quiet must sound very strange to your ears about now!
It's feast or famine, isn't it? ALL of us and our noise and such, or...none of us and too much quiet...boo hoo!The girls miss you and are talking about seeing you again soon.Have to give Miss MK credit for that crazy "stick up hair" (as she'd call it) person. MK totally thinks outside the box. So cute and funny, that little drawing.
I'm sure the house does seem empty. Do you miss them terribly? They'll be back very soon, I think.So sweet of MK to leave you with a laugh!Wish we could lunch together this weekend.
Your grandchildren are all so beautful! I miss my one and only every single day!
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."