Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Wordless Wednesday


30 comments:

Terri said...

Yeah! There's nothing better than barefeet in good garden dirt! Great pic and Happy WW!

Lori said...

What a cutie:)

ju said...

happy ww!
nice capture. she loves the fun!

Jessica said...

What a great helper! And Terri is right, there's nothing better than barefeet in garden dirt!!! Happy WW!

~Melissa~ said...

So cute, and she looks like a good helper too! I love that she works with bare feet. Ahhh... the feel of squishing your toes in the dirt!

Laura said...

What fun! True, true, barefeet in the garden is the best. I should do that myself today. Thanks for the great picture!

Linda said...

This is so cute and reminds me that I need to go out and do some yardwork today. Though I think I'll wear shoes!

Melanie said...

What a cute little helper you have!

High Strangeness Altoona said...

Ah, slave labor. Make her work for her supper!

The Barrow-Wight said...

Barefoot in the dirt. Sounds like a good day to me too.

tegdirb92 said...

what a cutie!!

Laurel Wreath said...

Love this picture!!!!

FRIGGA said...

Put 'em to work while they're young! Mines up at http://anyapples.blogspot.com/

SmartCookie said...

ooh barefeet in the dirt. there is nothing nicer!

Qtpies7 said...

good job! Put those kids to work earning their keep early! LOL
They love to help when they are young, but it doesn't last, so enjoy it!

Sherry said...

Too cute!

Lisa said...

What a darling little girl you are blessed to have!

UntrainedEye said...

She never ceases to amaze me I’m usually left shaking my head in wordless wonder. She must take after her mom because DaHubby (me) would in no way shape or form be anywhere with bare feet. Maybe it has something to do with growing up in the U.P. too cold for bare feet. Looking at this photo now I wonder what life would be if as an adult I could have the tenacity to tackle jobs like she does I can't believe how hard she tries at times. The old expression “it must be hard to be a kid” is in some ways true all the things you must understand. I still to this day remember my parents telling me things and I’m now just starting to understand some of them.

DaHubby

www.eyesbyear.blogspot.com

DebD said...

Nice to get them helping out soon, eh? She's pretty cute.

Happy WW

Anni said...

way to play in the dirt!

kaliblue said...

Such a cute little helper you have :-).
Have a great day!

Thea said...

Wait. You're kids HELP?? Awesome! Great pic!

Sherpa said...

Cute kid!

Shoshana said...

There you go...is that gardening? Love the picture!

MCWC - wordless wednesdays said...

Lovely WW. Nice to visit a new blog through the WW!

Celeste said...

Love this!

Janne said...

What a good little helper!

Happy WW!

Autumn said...

She is really cute. I have my first Wordless Wed. up so please stop by if you have time

Douglas Cootey said...

Bet she needed a bath afterwards! ;) Good luck with your garden this summer. I can remember working in my dad's garden when I was younger. There was nothing sweeter than plucking corn right off the stalk and digging into it with my teeth. ;)

My Wordless Wednesday

~Douglas
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The Splintered Mind - Overcoming Neurological Disabilities With Lots Of Humor And Attitude

Denise Patrick said...

Awwww! Beautiful! Don't you love that kids don't mind getting dirty and working - especially if it's playing to them?

Happy WW!