Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Cowboys and Indians

I've been enjoying my Florida grandkids the last few weeks.  We have had a long lovely visit with our girls and their boys.  It has been quite a few years since they have been back to Colorado together.  They have been catching up with our Colorado life, and old friends, including a  couple of early Valentines parties we went to, and an early birthday with Winston, all of which has kept us in continual motion around here.  I am relishing the hugs, the laughter and the delight of having cowboys and Indians running around our property again.  If any of you follow on Instagram, you might have had a glimpse of some of our doings.  As for blogging, it has taken me a little while to get here again. Hopefully I am on a roll now, and can keep at it.  I have missed visiting, sharing and chatting with you all and hope to be able to get over to your blogs and see what you have been up to these next couple of days. We have had quite a bit of snow since Sunday, which has kept us in the house since then. This morning my goal has been to Blog and clean out the pantry and refrigerator.  I can proudly say that the pantry and refrigerator are sparkling clean and organized, and now I am here with a little update in pictures. Happy Tuesday to you all. 

Winston and his dog Heidi.

 Winston and his cousins; telling us he is 6 years old now.


 The Three Musketeers.






 Birthday presents for Winston.





Elizabeth and I made this Igloo cake for Winston's birthday (Winston's request). It is an Ice Cream Cake.  It was delicious, and came out pretty cute. Might have to do a post on it one of these days.

















Have a nice week everyone.

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21 comments:

  1. Love. SO wonderful...ALL of it! XO

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  2. What fun times! So glad you were able to have so much time with your daughters and grandchildren. There is just nothing like time with family. The igloo cake is adorable and looks delicious.

    Have a great week.
    Blessings,
    Cheryl

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  3. Beautiful pictures. All of them!

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    1. Thank you Nikki. So nice to hear from you. I miss seeing your blog and updates.

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    2. Dear Pam,
      I blog privately now. I can send you an invite if you like. :)

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    3. Yes, I would love that, Nikki;

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  4. How very precious and we do love our cowboys and indians!! And that ice cream cake was amazing! You looked so good in your photo... I think YOU pretty squaw! LOL
    Hugs, Roxy

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    1. Haha, Thanks Rox. Have a great week.
      XOXO

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  5. Great pictures reminds me of when my boys were young! And what an awesome cake!!! ~Heather

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  6. Those Cowboys and Indians are so adorably handsome. It was so good to see you all. The time sure dies GI by rather quickly, don't it?
    That cake looks amazing...I'd love a post written on that. And that would be a great cake for a summer birthday! ☺

    Enjoy your day!
    Hugs, Amy

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    1. You know, these smart phones are so annoying. That should have read the time sure does fly by rather quickly. Oy!

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    2. Haha...I figured that out. Thanks Amy. It was so good to see you all the other day; a highlight to our month. Hugs to you.

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  7. Oh Pam! These boys are precious!!! brings back memories when my own were little. I'm so glad you shared this birthday celebration with us. The cake is amazing! Love it, and look forward to hearing how you made it. :)

    I'm unsubscribing with one email and re-subscribing with another.

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    1. Thanks Anne,
      yes, I think I'll do a post on it in the near future.
      Hugs.

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  8. Beautiful pictures Pam! Those grandkids are sure special, and I remember my kids playing cowboys and indians, so fun! Visiting you here after reading Roxy's blog, so happy to have met you!!! :)

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    1. Thank you so much, so happy to have met you as well; have a wonderful week.

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  9. What a neat idea to make an igloo cake it's adorable! I'll have to try making one soon.

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    1. Thank you Mrs. Pepper. It was a fun cake to make.. and very easy. Just layered cake and ice cream in a bowl, frosted with whipped cream, and put on an igloo door with large marshmallows. Hope it goes well.

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