Friday, January 16, 2009

Fixin' weaks and tractors

I was feeding Jenna baby food in the highchair this morning. She had been crying, and had a big tear on her cheek. Joseph wiped it off and said, "Mommy, I wiped that weak off her cheek." When I asked what he was talking about he said, "Jenna's eye was weakin' (leaking) and I wiped it off, fer you."
The kids and I went to visit my grandma's. They live about an hour away from me, so I don't get to see them too often. They are both super special to me and I love them very much.
I miraculously got out of the house early and stopped by and visited my great aunt, who is a nun and is now living in a Motherhouse.
After Joe got home tonight, we stopped by to visit our neighbors from our first house. They are the sweetest elderly couple. They were the best neighbors. Always bringing us vegetables and homemade food. Before we moved into our house, Mr. Lee mowed our yard. They are the kind of people everyone needs for a neighbor.
It's been a busy day, but I am so glad I was able to go visit them all. While we were at my grandma B's, my uncle's tractor wasn't working. I asked Joseph if he thought he could fixed Uncle William Ernest's tractor for him. Joseph said, "Yep, me and Papaw could fix your tractor Uncle M'ernest."

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