July 7…. enjoyable times

We have been busy with family the last few weeks. Of course ,it’s always a real pleasure to have the children come home. All our children and grand children were here for the 4th . Some were here longer than others with Russell and his new wife here for a week.

Take a peek …

Granddaughter pretending to be a dog digging for a bone. πŸ˜€

Grandson enjoying the corn picking. Grill chicken and fresh corn on the cob was on the menu with watermelon .

Then Dad and the boys had a day of fishing.

Now I got to enjoy the littlest one of us all.

There were times when everyone was chased inside because of a thunderstorm. These clouds were beautiful!

Critters were discovered… a baby turtle dove and a soft shelled turtle that measured 10″ across the back.

And a sweet flower in the flowerbed…

Discovering that frozen finger jello makes interesting designs

Now it’s time to clean up house and go back to the normal routine. Maybe a little time will be found to see what’s going on in the sewing room.

Have a great week!


Author: Deb

I'm a wife, Mom mom, and a quilter. I also enjoy nature , history and flowers.

19 thoughts on “July 7…. enjoyable times”

  1. These photos are wonderful–so much joy!! Is that baby wearing angel wings? I’m envious that you have corn already–we’re still waiting, probably another month. What is frozen finger jello?

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    1. Yes, the baby is wearing angel wings.πŸ˜€ my daughter found the outfit for a few dollars. Frozen finger jello is made by having the refrigerator turn up on cold too far ,which I had done because I had lots of milk ,meat in there that I didn’t want to go bad. Children(and the young at heart) love finger jello even more so if you cut it out in animal shapes with cookie cutters.


    1. It is more leather like but not hard shelled like the others. We have them here in Georgia and Florida not sure what other states may have them.


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