Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Wordless Wednesday

A plum for you, or maybe two

Innocence pure and sweet

Kissed by the sun, our little ones

You brighten each day with your funny ways

So loved by all are you

Your sweet smiles go on for miles

So endless is your laughter

A plum for you, or maybe two

In a world lived happily after

Our Lollipop and Cowboy

Giggles and kisses galore

A plum for you, or maybe two

Who could ask for more!

A plum day for 2 of my grandchildren.

AmiLynn took these beautiful photos of Lauren and Owen, who are 11 months apart in age, picking plums in her backyard. Ami is on the verge of being a great photographer, she has an eye for it and seems to capture “sweet” moments as they appear. Thank you Ami!


Wanda said...

Hi Linda
I think today was a plum day for grandma...getting to show these beautiful grandchildren and create a plum cute poem too. I had a peach of a day myself...peeling a few for grandson Dylan to eat.


Eileen said...

Great photos!
Great poem!

Beautiful grandchildren!
All the best,

Diana said...

I adore plums! And those little faces are just plum cute! Ami seems to be very talented with the camera Linda. I really admire her eye. I get lucky every now and then but some people just have a knack. And you do great with the poetry. I find it very difficult! I am going to go back now and look at the rest of the photos!
Love Di

Barb said...

Hi Linda,
What sweet plums they are! My 3 year old Granddaughter and 2 year old Grandson are also 11 months apart. I know Ami has her hands full!

Anonymous said...

How beautiful!! I love the poem and LOVE LOVE LOVE the photos.
Great job, Linda.

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Anonymous said...

Beautiful kids. The photos are really great. Cute poem.

Jientje said...

Beautiful, both the words and the pictures!

Anonymous said...

Ooooh...I read on Granny's page that you have been sick. I'm so sorry, Linda. Feel better soon!

imac said...

How sweet, with beautiful words.
great post.

Thanks for your visit and kind word words.
Its really a part of a tree house in Anwick gardens in Northumberland

Ann of Green Cables said...

Ah...sweet babies! Reminds me of the Cuppycake song. "You're my cuppy uppy upcake, sugar plum...". Lovely pics of lovely children. <3

Pat said...

Oh, I'm lost in this precious post! I've read your poem over and over and those picture...awesome! This is publication worthy...I'm just so moved by Grandma's are that way!

Blessings each day said...

What happened to it?

I decided to just come back here again and my comment is not here!

I said (in the comment that is now in outer space)that I loved your poetry and those precious fact, HOW did you do those pictures? amazing!

blessings and hugs,


Anonymous said...

Linda Lu....How are you?????
A me!!! (not!)

joolzmac said...

Hi Linda

I think everyone has different things they need to 'change' with this 30 day Throw Down. I am fast realising how much 'healthy' processed food we eat each day - but there are un-processed foods out there too. Just cutting down on sugar will be a big help. If you eat 2 teaspoons/day less sugar - times it by 365 - do the math and be amazed - you would be cutting out about 8 lbs of sugar from your yearly intake! Likewise with butter or margarine.

I'm not saying I will be a saint the whole time I'm trying this but I am gonna give it a red hot go!

I look forward to seeing your progress.

Cheers for now, Joolz

imac said...

No, the apple came from Doddington Hall grounds.