Tumi, looking a lot more serious than he actually is!
When Tumi was a baby, his mom, Erica worked for in another household here in Marquard. Erica's mom, Emily was working for me at the time. She brought Tumi to work and would piggyback him (as is traditional) while she worked. When he needed to sleep, she'd lay him in the middle of my double bed with pillows around him to prevent him from rolling off.
Scrolling through my blog, I found a photo of the oldest grandson, Joshua with Tumi who's riding a plastic scooter. Tumi and Emily's older grandson, Karabo have been part of our family ever since 2002; especially while John and Debbie lived here in Marquard. The children were of an age and would spend many a day playing together here at our home.
Tumi, around two years and Joshua four-years-old
On Thursday Rina visited and I convinced her to go walking with the dogs. Here she's throwing a stick into the water for Skabenga to retrieve
Which he did, good boy!
As old as she is, Eddy takes a dip every day that we're on the golf course
Skabenga is there too!
For the past six months, Grant's been complaining that his belt isn't successfully holding up his jeans. We're searched in the city for braces and eventually yesterday I managed to find a natty grey pair.
The Vintage Marquard style
Blogger and FB friend, Betsy said he looks like the Mountain Man from Tennessee!
Yesterday morning I snapped the moon: last quarter over Rina's house
Last evening I photographed the sunset from her house - over the retirement village
I also picked up a contrail with the setting sun
Zooming in as much as I could, I managed to get a small glimpse of the actual aircraft glittering in the sun
I'm linking to Saturday Critters with Eileen here
HAPPY SATURDAY TO YOU ALL!