A couple of grandsons and a friend of Nikki's boys. They set the marshmallows on fire. All wanted to know where the graham crackers and chocolate was. Guess I flopped as a Grandma on that score. Only marshmallows. Notice the stick in the ground beside Lane - the one sitting. His sock is drying. He thought he was so clever. All it did was get more dirty though. They had fun.
We fed the chickens left over noodles from the spaghetti. They thought they were worms and fought over them. We all had a good laugh at them.
An old man swinging up in a youth saddle on Pepper. We had a good laugh. He made it though and he and Pepper made a few tours around.
Just one of the six or seven that got rides. Nikki's friend Anita and her third son Dru. He is always so serious. He thought it was fun. He is four and just started playing T Ball. I asked him if he liked it and he said yes and I asked him if he was good at it and he thought a second and said almost. I wanted to crack up.
Two great granddaughters. Arawyn is actually that but her sister Cambria claims us too. Cambria was a little afraid on Pepper but she told her Papa Great that it was fun and she was glad she had done it. Sweet little girls. I am always glad when Cambria gets included.
I didn't get to work Sage but she was a character when they were riding out there around her pen. She was very curious. When we all went away she had a buck around in her pen. She loves attention and she watched the goings on with big soft eyes and her ears perked foreward.
Katie's Abby decided she didn't like the paddock they are in and went through the fence. Then when we fed she went through it again and galloped up to the feeder. She is good at ignoring fences. Oh Bob was not happy with her.
We got word this evening that Bob's brother is doing wonderful and is coming home on Wednesday with a lot of restrictions. Hope he pays attention to them.
So, that was our day, hope yours was great too - blessings.