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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Fun & Laid Back

Saturday, June 6th, we had a great day relaxing, eating, and playing. We went to a friend's home where we went to a clay pit, ate great food and played in clay. We participated in the first two, but decided that we were "unexperienced" in the last one, so we watched the others. If there had been a water slide, baths wouldn't have been needed later, ha! I mean, there was some kinda dirt going on! It was really a fun, relaxing afternoon.

Roland and Myrtis came with their grandchildren, Melody and Taylor. They are such sweet children and I just fell in love with Melody. She is such a delight and I enjoyed her company as much as I did the adults. Taylor was with Will and was out playing all the time. I think they became pretty good buddies that day.

First off, we went down to a clay pit where the boys, Will and Taylor, dug some "real" clay to use later. I think they enjoyed that as much as anything else. Getting dirty is a "boy's" thing, you know. Even Chuck (the dog) enjoyed his new playmate!

When we got back to the house, we enjoyed crawfish, shrimp, slaw, salad, fresh corn on the cob, twice baked potatoes and cupcakes. Everything was so good. I think being outside was the icing on the cake though. It wasn't too hot and the ferns and tree shadows made it so cozy and comfortable. We found out that this is the first time Roland had ever tasted boiled crawfish AND boiled shrimp!! I couldn't believe it. He said he really liked it. Well, actually, who in their right mind wouldn't like that!!



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1 comment:

Sandee said...

Hi Robbie! Loving your new blog set up! Very nice and reminds me of the beach which seems so YOU! Have a great weekend!

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