My granddaughter and great granddaughter were in the habit of taking exercise just about everyday. Some walks were shorter, but most were rather hearty. There is a nice part down the road from their apartment complex. She said it’s about a mile or so. By the time one winds their way out of the complex I suspect it is certainly well into the “so” portion of the estimation. The next day after I arrived I gladly joined the walks.
To my surprise Tiny Tot rides her bicycle. I feared one of us would be pushing the bike home while the other carried the little one. Not so! She is a tuffy for sure.
There were talks about nature as we went along and several stops to pick a wildflower. Soon, though, she had to be convinced to stop and look, but leave them, She realized they were always withered by the end of the walk when she picked them and placed them in her basket.
It went quickly because I was lifting a page done by a scrapper on Splitcoast stampers a while back. I selected papers from my scrap bin for the squares. Before placing anything, though, I spattered ink with a toothbrush. Digging into the stash bags I found the word pieces and tags. The yellow strips are K&Co I think. It’s all a hodge podge of companies. I did do some stamping. The bottom left panel is a Fun Stampers Journey stamp, so is the little yellow saying near the top (which is hard to see-should have used a darker ink). The bottom tag says “19 days to “D” day”, meaning until baby will be born. She stayed healthy by walking, eating right, even going to the gym a couple times a week. She is one awesome young lady, I’m very proud of my granddaughter.
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