Tuesday, August 18, 2009

WWC: "West" and "Favorite Story"

After a rough week, including a dead Xbox and a long wait list at the library, we were soothed by the dulcet sounds of our frickin' adorable grandchild who is learning to scream. Sometimes she'll do it just for the sheer joy of screaming. Or because she wants what you have (like beer) and you won't give it to her (or at least not enough to make her drunk).

We did, of course, get some photographs of our blubbery bundle of sweetness. And, since Tink is now somehow communicating to us from the Great Beyond, we're still getting words for the Weekly Word Challenge. Hooray for ouija boards! Enjoy the pictures.

West

Favorite Story (Guess How Much I Love You)


Bonus Picture ("Grandpa, I think somebody messed up your clothes.")


That's all for this week, Superfriends. I hope you have enjoyed this week's edition. Please tune in next time when we hope to have even more mug shots of Gramps from that regrettable incident in 2002 involving a can of orange soda, a brick and a police cruiser. Really, it was all one big, hilarious mistake. Barring that, we'll have more photos of The Granddaughter.

Have a great week!

9 comments:

LVGurl said...

"...I think somebody messed up your clothes...." still applies to my life over here. I look forward to when I can train my girls to fold and put away their own duds.

Janet said...

hmmm...I wonder who it could've been that messed up your clothes!!! Hmmm...

kcinnova said...

Great favorite story!
I don't have a granddaughter to mess up my clothes... yet... but somehow that scene (minus adorable granddaughter) is familiar...

You really must share the story of that regrettable incident. Orange soda??

Tink said...

When I was your granddaughter's age, I used to sneak into the bathroom and unroll all the toilet paper. If my Mom didn't find me quick enough, I'd hide all the evidence in the toilet or the tub. :)

g-man said...

First off I will have a moment of silence and pray for your quick return of the x-box. :)

Great shots again, although it is hard to mess it up when you have such a cutie pie at your disposal. (Night of the living granddaughter not withstanding :)

Jennifer McKenzie said...

She is so darn cute!!!!!
And that last picture doesn't change when they're older. My seven and eight year olds STILL mess up their clothes like that.

Have the T-shirt said...

That's what Granddaughters do? Make messes?

I may have to re-think my desire to be a Grandmother someday.

180|360 said...

That second photo is awesome. I'm gonna go out on a line and guess that is a look you make?! ;)

Cate Subrosa said...

Aw, that second one... AAAWWW!

(So glad I'm already pregnant, this bubba would get my brood on SO BAD!)