Thursday, October 6, 2011

More Bates-Treleaven Summer Fun.

There is nothing better than a Grandma's scarf! I have always said, and I re-iterate. The mother never gets a holiday at the lake until their youngest is 3. Those cute but insecure toddlers stick right by their mother's side in a large an unfamiliar "cabin" with so much space and so many people. I am going to modify that a bit... when they are 2 - 3/4, they will leave their mother's legs. Which means, I had a holiday this summer. Audra wouldn't care where I was. She even wandered over to Glen and Janet's sometimes, I guess she lived by the rule "Mi casa, su casa".

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  1. Dear Audra,

    How many scarves do you want Grandma Wyona to bring you home from London and the Mediterranean?

    Signed,

    Grandma's travelling companion and conscience

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  2. The cutest picture ever. Good point about being freer. The problem now is that you have to teach them to check in before they wandering off.

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  3. No scarves from London for Audra, please. She will just borrow them from Wyona's collection. And yes, some kids feel too free at the lake... actually, some kids make a life time of wandering. It is nice to be free.

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