Falling for Fall

I thought I would share a couple of fall foliage pictures that my daughter-in-law took on a recent trip to Bucks County, PA. This beautiful picture was taken from Bowman’s Hill Tower. The tops of those trees and the clouds are just breathtaking. And there is my granddaughter, Rebecca, standing at the location of the famous Washington Crossing. My turkey display on my mantle it’s done with creams and caramel. There is some wheat tucked …

A Grandmother’s Halloween Treats

No tricks today.  Just the treat of some of my adorable grandchildren dressed up for Halloween. This little vampire is so charming that he may bite your neck before you are aware of what has happened. From Halloween 2015, these two vampiresses are quite happy about the meal (candy) they just shared. This little princess is sure to get a lot of candy with a smile that beguiles. Her big brother is nearby to scare …

A Walk with Mother Nature

For every new family that is just getting started, now is the time to start creating your own traditions and memories.  Each and every moment will be passed down for generations.  It’s time for everyone to put down their electronic devices.  Go for a walk in the woods.  Find a new trail to explore.   It doesn’t cost any money to go to the park or for a walk around your neighborhood. Your children will learn …

Fall Memories

The reason I’m sharing this setting is to set the stage for a story I want to share about my oldest grandson, Tommy, and these squirrels. Many years ago when Tommy was little, I would find these squirrels lined up like little soldiers after he spent the day visiting. At first I thought it was my hubby playing a prank. And then it happened again the following year after Tommy’s visit. Tommy was diagnosed with …