Thursday, November 06, 2008

A picnic with Grandma and Grandpa

What a lovely fall day the Lord has blessed us with! I got between 2 and 3 hours of sleep last night b/c our Mikayla was not feeling well. And Jody went into work at 3 this morning. It's so neat how the Lord will give the right amount of strength and grace for each day.

I decided it'd be a good day for a picnic. So, we packed a lunch and away we went. We went to Coggin Park and sat under the pavillion and ate lunch, which consisted of ham/provolone cheese sandwiches, chips, cookies and white grape peach juice. It was chilly in the shade! When we finished eating, Grandma, Big boy (Joseph) and I spread a blanket in the sun while Grandpa and Mikayla played and played. It was so much fun to watch them together :-). I should've taken pictures, but sometimes it's just nice to enjoy your surrounding without having to worry about a camera.

We've had a most wonderful visit with Jody's parents. They'll be leaving this afternoon to go visit Cisco. I'm sure Mikayla's heart will be broken when she has to say goodbye. We've enjoyed them SO much.

The leaves are changing!!! And they're BEAUTIFUL!
Have you noticed?

6 comments:

Amanda said...

poor thing! well you are so right! today is BEAUTIFUL! it's perfect to make you not so sleepy :)

Emmie said...

Love those LA Dodsons! Good to see them.

I went down a street in Coleman whose trees made a tunnel, and the leaves were falling, and I wanted to cry for missing Pennsylvania. BIG sigh.

Miss being witca!

Lubs!

PS But does she miss EMS?

Grace said...

hey! call me sometime tomorrow. i'm curious about miggy's status. hope she's feeling better. so happy you got to see jody's parents. they are so special. wish i could go to the park with you:( i'm a little jealous, but maybe someday soon. probably not, but maybe. love you.

Laura said...

sounds like a fun day at the park!

i love the leaves changing...although mesquite trees aren't too beautiful when they change. :)

Heather said...

What a fun day. We love to have picnics outside. And grandparents are the best!

A Garden Girl said...

Sounds fun! I love picnics. We noticed that the trees are extra pretty this year too.