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Saturday, 15 October 2016

Weekends are made for family fun !

I wonder what these two grand-children may enjoy this weekend ...

 
will it be a walk on the beach ...
  
 or a nature walk ... we'll just have a closer look at ... 'a bug'

  perhaps we'll help out a local artist again, it's such fun

 and thinking ahead to Halloween, perhaps Grandma will make some of these
they are 'Spookily Friendly Peppers' see here

whatever your weekend plans are, I wish you a good one
All the best Jan 

28 comments:

Cheryl said...

Beautiful children.
An outdoor weekend, perfect.
The peppers are such fun......will definitely try a bit of my artwork on them.

Jo said...

Awww, such lovely photos of your beautiful grandchildren. They must bring you lots of joy. Have a lovely weekend whatever you decide to do.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Muito importante os fins de semana em família.
Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
Andarilhar

Tom said...

I love your spooky salads.

Sara - My Woodland Garden said...

What a lovely post, Jan! The cute, happy kids made me smile too and the peppers are something I must try. I have never carved a pumpkin, but now I can practise with peppers. :) (If there will be something to show on my blog, I'll link to this post.)
Have a lovely weekend! xx

Christine said...

Your grandkids are beautiful, such a blessing. Your spooky peppers are healthy and good!

only slightly confused said...

Lovin' the peppers. I have to decide what to do with my petite pumpkin.

Conniecrafter said...

I hope you do enjoy a wonderful weekend with family, playing at the beach is always fun :) Love the water, taking a walk down a nature trail always has something interesting to see, but the best of all is just being with those we love!!!
Those peppers are such a cute and fun idea and great to get the kids to eat healthy!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Your grandchildren are adorable! I wish you all a beautiful weekend.

Jan said...

Beautiful grandchildren and lovely photos, Jan!!!

I adore those peppers!!! I must make some those...so cute and healthy~

Happy Saturday!

Mac n' Janet said...

Love the peppers!!!

Phil Slade said...

Wot, no pumpkins Grandma? Or are those grandkids your little pumpkins Jan? If they are like our five, there are a number of titles they have. Enjoy the coast and the sunshine all of you.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh you are a lucky grandma Jan, my two grandchildren are in San Francisco on holiday at the moment! Looks like you are having a super weekend, keep enjoying ☺

Connie said...

I love your pumpkin salads . . . what a fun thing to do with children :)

TexWisGirl said...

i love those exuberantly smiling faces in the first! and how cute is that second photo examining the bug. :) adorable.

Missy George said...

Or all of the above..Have fun..Love the peppers

Happyone said...

Your grands are so cute and enjoying a good many things.
Those peppers are a great idea.

Revrunner said...

Bugs are the best. :-)

Carla from The River said...

Sweet as can be!! I love the boots :-) so cute.
Love the peppers!! What a fun idea. I am going to do that.

Barb said...

Hope you had a good time with those cute Grands! Those peppers make me smile.

Bob Bushell said...

Nice grandchildren, and the music before them, it is beautiful.

sandy said...

cute cute grandkids I watched the first video and enjoyed it! Might be back to see the others. Nice blog Jan.

Kezzie said...

Awww, they look so sweet! I hope you have fun with them!

The Happy Whisk said...

These are great pictures, Jan. Thanks for sharing them with us.

Snowbird said...

Awwww, what adorable little guys! It's always lovely having children outdoors, so many spend their lives in front of the TV or playing with gadgets! I bet you had a fab weekend!xxx

Red Rose Alley said...

These are sweet pictures of your grandchildren, Jan. It looks like they are going to be little artists. I just saw these Halloween bell peppers on another friend's blog. What a creative idea, and a pleasing way to introduce veggies to children.

~Sheri

Lisa said...

What a wonderful photo that first one is. It always makes me smile to see children looking at things like that bug so intently. We should never lose that curiosity.
Lisa x

Prunella Pepperpot said...

Gorgeous images of your Grandchildren Jan. I'm sure they will be delighted by your spooky Halloween peppers! What a brilliant idea.
Have a wonderful week :)