Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Bouncy Girl

That would be great-granddaughter Mya...




... with Grandson Sean spotting.  Taken in ABQ a while back, after a cooling rain shower.  As always, click to embiggen.

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  1. Wow, Sean is really growing up! And that Mya is too cute!

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    1. Right on both counts, Lou. Thanks!

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  2. GREAT grand-children! Ye Gods, Buck! Time flies!

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    1. Sounds kind of fishy to me, as his sons don't look old enough to be grand-fathers :-)

      I think a good hop, and she'll be over the fence!

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    2. @Virgil: Time does indeed fly. But I'm havin' fun.

      @Bouncy: We Penningtons breed early and often... "often" as defined by Modern Industrial Nation norms. The current count is 3 sons, 6 granddaughters & one grandson, 2 great-granddaughters, and one great-grandson.

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  3. And no safety nets around the trampoline, just like when we grew up... That is how it oughta be!

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    1. There is a net, Dano... it just hasn't been put in place yet.

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    2. ...wrote the investigating officer :-)

      I always liked monkey bars as a kid. We'd get Billy Brown to climb to the top, and then smash his fingers with our shoes until he fell to the pavement. Great fun!

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    3. ...wrote the investigating officer :-)

      Heh.

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  4. From the looks of things I think Mya and Little Bit would be best buds. When they're not busy manipulating us grandparents. (Great-granddaughter you say? Heck Buck, you are well-preserved!)

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    1. Heck Buck, you are well-preserved!

      Most thangs stay well-preserved if they're immersed in enough alcohol. ;-)

      How old is Little Bit? Mya is three...

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    2. Little Bit just turned two last month.

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  5. Outstanding! Man, she's cute.

    I'll never have great grandchildren. Probably never will have grandchildren. And, that's not a bad thing.

    Often, I am faced with the stark truth that my sons should NOT reproduce...

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    1. Often, I am faced with the stark truth

      You keep sayin' that, Andy... but somehow I don't believe you. :-)

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