Friday, February 23, 2007




Here is my sweet 5 year old grandson, so in love with his new Spiderman boxing gloves that he refused to take them off before going to bed. What is it about a sleeping child that makes one want to tear up... just can't help it. I was inspired to post this due to a post by Kyahgirl.

15 comments:

javajazz said...

awwwww! that brings back
so many memories of my son,
the wacky phases he went thru
and his amazing imagination!
and yes, the sleeping beauties...
what a sight to behold...
he looks like a real sweetie...
xo

Crazy Me said...

Such a sweet picture. Love it!

Autumn Storm said...

Cute as a button. :-)

Doug said...

A long day of climbing walls and spinning webs will do that to you.

It's good to see your grandson at your place.

tsduff said...

JJ - Our kids are a wonderful gift to us. They do have different phases LOL (like angel and devil :-D) but they also enrich our lives endelibly.

Hi Angela - Thanks! Nice to see you pop in.

Autumn - yes!!Like your sweet one :-)

Doug - your are such a poet, weaving your images with just a few words :-) Thank you for your kind thoughts - this pictures was from Christmas Eve - the last night Hunter was free to spend the night at my home. However, he is coming over later today to help old Grandma bake some cookies.

G-Man said...

Terry even your simplist of photo's, always reflects your emotions. You are an artist!

And if you don't mind, I'd like to say good day to our foreign exchange students..
The lovely Autumn Storm
and the enigmatic JJ..

Sorry Terry..carry on..

javajazz said...

(hi sweet G...
oh, how i miss thee!)
xo little old me

Terr, sorry, its probably
bad manners and all
to get all syrupy like
that on your bloggie...
please forgive....

what else...oh yeah
working again?
sheesh girl....
oh well, all for a grand cause!
that photo set me right today
as i do cartwheels here
to please my lovely teen...
thank you...

and ya, what Dougiedoggie said...
no matter when the photo was snapped, he sure looks comfy
and peaceful at grandma's,
like he was just meant to
be there, and to be himself.
what a gift you give to him...
xo me

javajazz said...

ps...
i'm just gonna look up
enigmatic
in my dic.
(my bad.)

javajazz said...

ooh, that sounds cool!
i think i might possibly be
an International
Woman of Mystery.
i dig that...
(even if i'm not...!)

javajazz said...

okay, back to baking
macadamia apricot raisin
chocolate chip peanut walnut
pecan oatmeal cookies...

tsduff said...

LOL Lisa - Haven't decided which ones to make yet... although I'm leaning hard toward just plain oatmeal cookies, to which there is no comparison. I like em with walnuts too.

Galen - To imagine myself an artist is a lofty goal. You are correct though - I wear my emotions in plain view: hence the reason I don't play poker :-)

javajazz said...

hi T!!
we're attempting varying configurations of cookie,
and Sarah started
up with this macadamia fetish...
feh, as my people say...!
my personal fave?
oatmeal chocolate chip...
she wanted raisin last time...
gross me out!
you wanna wreck
a damn good cookie?
then put raisins in them!
sheesh!

and Terry? one of the many
things that makes you so
loveable,
is that you are yourself,
real and straightup...
let someone else
"win" the poker game.
(sheesh, dont get me started...!)
(tee hee!)
(nyuk nyuk!)
jeez...
oy.

tsduff said...

I agree - raisens don't belong in oatmeal cookies!

And - you are right: I yam what I yam. What you see is what you get. oy!

Mo'a said...

Awwwww!!! I love it, brings back so many memories and dreams of the future :)

Minka said...

innocence. It is wonderful to see it once in a while ;)