Friday, September 4, 2009

Puzzling Project

Tonight was open night at the Elementary School, we have attended every year for the last 11 years, today was our last. Hard to believe they grow so quick.

Anyway, the older Madame gets, the variety of her projects expands, I can't complain, I'm grateful she is not wrapped up in video games.



And since Dad is skilled in the area of puzzles, he volunteered to help Madame with her 1000 piece puzzle, I told her to watch out, he'll take over.

Which, it's kinda nice when it happens with cooking. (I must teach Madame to appear lost in the kitchen when Dad is around.)

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8 comments:

tina said...

Sure beats videos for sure! I can't get Jimmy to do a puzzle for anything. I don't blame JOAT for taking over. Puzzles are a fun thing.

Jennifer Swan Hopkins said...

That is such a sweet post -

Thank you for coming by, I don't mean to be negligant (sp?) in my blogging - you know what I've been up to, right? Well, the new store is all-consuming.

I am going to participate in Pink Saturday tomorrow, although I probably won't visit until Sunday as I have to work Saturday.

Roses and Lilacs said...

That looks like fun. I need to get a couple puzzles to do this winter.
Marnie

Jean said...

Good shots of Madame and JOAT'S.

All 4 of you girls have men that cook....what happened to mother? If I stayed lost for a month the stove would be unused for sure. I hope you all know how lucky you girls are.

Lola said...

That looks great---Dad & Madame. Nice that he cooks too.

CC said...

What a lovely picture...and ohhh, how it beats video games.
I also wanted to let you know that I have an award for you over on my blog. The award is for super sweet and nice visitors that love to visit and always leave sweet and wonderful comments. Have a great weekend..

Debbie said...

What a lucky girl you are Dawn...a man that cooks...does puzzles (I love puzzles and board games and hubby doesn't) and a beautiful daughter who gets to do this with her loving dad. What could be better than that?

Skeeter said...

I love to put together puzzles! Have not done one in years though. Maybe a new puzzle is in store for the boring winter months...