The sky was blue, the birds were singing, the breeze was warm and all was right with the world. 🙂 I am installing new light fixtures in the kitchen and dinning room, something I’ve done a lot of. My Dad taught me how and he never ever turned off the electricity whether installing a new light switch, plug-in or light fixture.
So considering who I learned from, I tend to emulate that bad habit. I know that one day it may bite me but it has not in over 40 years of doing it. Anyway I don’t know how I got off on this subject, when the focus of this post is on young Joshua.
Angie and Ben ran a 5K at the Dyersville St. Patrick’s Day Run. Jeanne got the call to watch Josh and so when I found a break time I went over and played with him. What a fun age he is at right now. He made strange with me when I first came in and in fact he ran breakneck all the way to the family room ahead of me.
Once there he hugged the far wall and kept an eye on me. It wasn’t long until he was in my lap and we were having fun. The image above Josh is playing with my wrist watch. He always goes for it every time he sees me.
When the kids got home Josh gave them the cold shoulder for a while. He was having fun with Grandpa and he showed Mom that he was just fine if she wanted to leave. 🙂 I remember Angie use to do that when we would come home from doing something she would cling to the babysitter until I took her home.
We went to one of our church friend’s home last night to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. It was a great evening and great food. Normally I don’t enjoy these types of gatherings but I enjoyed myself last night.
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your Sunday and be careful.