Tuesday, June 2, 2009

WWC: "Yellow" and "In My Purse/Wallet"

Greetings and welcome to the All Baby Edition of the Weekly Word Challenge. This week's episode is brought to you by Pickled Beef, where our motto is "At least one of us is working." In a stunning development, the words of the week are actual words and not strange, alien symbols. Enjoy as The Granddaughter struts her stuff.

Yellow

In My Purse (Granny's purse, mind you.)

Bonus Photo (The Granddaughter with Granny's new 'Betty Boop' roses.)

That's all there is to share this week, folks. We thank you kindly for joining us and wish you a very happy week wishing you had a grandchild as adorable as this one. And remember to cover your mouth when you cough.

9 comments:

g-man said...

Still so cute!! I think the yellow blanket and ring is just cute.

kcinnova said...

I do indeed wish I had a grandchild as adorable as yours. Well, okay, I wish for one when my kids are a little older and married...
That said, I had to get my baby fix twice in the past week.
Betty Boop roses, eh? Granny has good tastes.

Aunt Jackie said...

You're very lucky to have such a photogenic grandchild! lol She works for every topic too.

Fantastic shots!

Tink said...

These pictures are so freakin' cute, I'm going to ignore that comment you made about work. ;)

Well done... as always.

Cate Subrosa said...

Oh my word, you could actually carry her around in that handbag... CUTE!

Janet said...

I always leave here with a smile :-)

Does your wife like all things Betty Boop?

Reb said...

Love the little ears on the robe and the expression on her face as she's into the bag is priceless!

Gramps said...

kc and Janet--Granny ADORES all things Boop. Maybe I'll do a post on that some day. We found the 'Betty Boop' roses online and she had to have them. They are quite lovely.

Cate--actually, we had a pic of Granny carrying The Granddaughter in the handbag, but it looked a little like we were torturing her, so we didn't include it.

Pikeminnow said...

She would probably disappear in YOUR purse, eh, Gramps?