Wednesday, January 20, 2010

I'm back

I've been banned from putting the bathtime photo on my blog so I'll have to make do with this one of GrandDaughter, aged 8 weeks. When she awake I was too busy playing to remember to take photos. When she smiles, it begins with her eyes. Then one corner of her mouth turns up before her whole face beams and she chuckles. Oawh, I could eat her so easily. Silly Granny keeps hugging and kissing her, and tickling her feet, eating her toes, blowing raspberries on her tummy, and generally being a right pest!

When I got to Devon on Monday, Daughter's work hadn't arrived so we went for a walk by the canal and I got to push the pushchair! You cannot believe how long I have waited for that. But while we were walking by the canal we were harassed by a mean-looking swan. For no reason that I could see except that it was a nasty swan.


CherryPie said...

She is beautiful :-)

Swans can be a bit like that, I always give them a wide berth.

Lia said...

Luckily for your Grand-daughter she's not called Malteser or you would have gobbled her up by now.

Isn't it the start of the mating season for swans, where at this time of year they are starting to claim their territory. They are very beautiful, but totally unpredictable and I tend to give them a wide berth.

Bet your already missing babba and I bet you have no maltesers left for comfort.

Much love

Furtheron said...

Swans are generally quiet nasty I believe. The ones we tried to feed with some cake of Mrs F's that had some how gone wrong and was somewhat more dense than expected at Arundel once clearly got nasty... my son thought it was because the cake was sinking like a stone and they couldn't get to it in time :-)

Grand daughter is lovely...

Linda said...

Oh Liz she is absolutely gorgeous. The face of an Angel♥ xoxo