I stopped by Angie’s home yesterday morning for a visit. Jeanne was helping with the Grand kids and I had some errands to run so it made for a great opportunity to catch up on some Angie time and see the little ones.
I never got around to photographing Austin. He is sure changing and can really hold his head up now. He is a happy little guy and does a lot of smiling.
Grandma lets the kids have the iPad and so when I got there Josh was engrossed in a story and didn’t even acknowledge my arrival. In fact I don’t think he ever said hi or goodbye. 🙂
Gabby came over and climbed on my lap and we played some interactive games on the iPad.
Got some things done around the house and took care of some travel details for my up coming photography school. Still two months away but never to early to get things in order.
By the way Snake Eyes, Iowa has four poisonous snakes, all of which are state endangered species except the timber rattlesnake. The massasauga is known to live only in three state marshes. Timber rattlesnakes are the largest and potentially the most dangerous. They occur in eastern and southern Iowa where bits of relatively undisturbed habitat remain. The prairie rattlesnake is very rare in Iowa and is limited to the northern portions of the Loess Hills. The copperhead is found only in a tiny area of southeastern Iowa.
Not much on my mind this morning so I’ll wrap it up.
Thanks for stopping by the blog. Enjoy your day and be careful.