Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Doggie Doo ~!

This evening Ben came over with his Mom, Tracie.. He had this game that he had gotten for his birthday and he wanted to play it right now.  I told him we needed to eat supper and then we would play right away.. So after supper we got out the game ~ read the rules, Feed and walk your little pup.  When he makes a mess you clean it up ... Oh my goodness it was so much fun~!  No batteries just a lot of fun~!  It is for 4 plus ages and 4 people can play..
He also worked on his 100 piece puzzle again.. He loves puzzles and had this one together quickly. It was time for him to go home and they packed up their things and off they went but not before giving out lots of hugs and kisses...We had lots of fun tonight..
     This morning we left early and went to Altoona, Iowa for a funeral.. Ruth Pearson died 11/11/11, she was 92 years old . We drove there for her funeral.. She was such a grand lady.. Very happy and always had a smile.  She loved gardening with flowers and vegetables.. The family said she canned everything that she possibly could. She loved to make quilts for a group called "My brothers Keepers". She was part of the red hat ladies. She loved life and she especially loved God... It was a great day and so much fun to visit with her family.  Ruth will be missed by all.
     We got home about 4p.m. and I was ready to take a nap.. It was a long day...Ben got here about 5:30 and the fun and games began.. He is so much fun...  Tomorrow is Wednesday and I'm planning on going no where and just not do too much.. One has to have that kind of day once a week.
      Have a great day ~ ta ta for now from Iowa~!~!~!


Changes in the wind said...

Great memeory making there...

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

That looks like a fun game!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

JDaniel wold love that game. I am sorry for your loss. She sounds like an amazing lady.

Yes, work is needed to make it work with mother in-laws. I am glad we didn't have as much work as many have had.

rex22lbs said...

Fun game for Bennie to play. He is really studying that puzzle.