Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Charming, charming Josie! What a delight she must be.
Oh, yes. Her staff is smitten!
Vicki I love these posts seeing Josie do her thing. It's been rough here with both my brother and sister battling stage 4 cancer. This sweet baby girl gives me hope for the future. Some days she gives me my only smile. Love her to bits, thank you so much for sharing her with us. ❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻
Bernie -- I'm so sorry. But I'm delighted that Josie can bring a bit of cheer. <3
Walking and talking! It's so wonderful to be able to share these milestones. Thank you.
Vroom, vroom. I'll never forget the words of my oldest as he learned to talk, and a Tuck with the "f" sound was his expression for some of his toys, as well as the ones we'd pass along the roads.
Perhaps she hasn't twigged that the gate is to contain her...? Well, keep her safe... but I guess her new-found mobility will compel her to explore as far as she is allowed. We need the gates but my granddaughters hated them!
Smiling all along.
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