I watched her, as she hid under the slide covering her ball up with the bark in our community park. I wondered what she was doing, but I didn’t ask any questions.
“Hey Grammo! Have you seen my Princess ball? I can’t find it?” Let’s look for it. It has to be somewhere around here. Oh, the look on her face and her sense of accomplishment when she “found” her ball.
The innocence is so simple yet so amazing.
My Happy Post for “Random Photography”
Hmmm. I am not Indian so I am not very familiar with the Happy Holi or Holi Festival and what its all about. I live in a community that is multi-cultural and I was a bit intrigued and googled it so I could learn a little more. Rather than post some off the wall “colorful” photo relating to something that I know absolutely nothing about, I will go a different direction with this post and write about something happy, that somewhat relates to India and produced this colorful photo.
I recently took my granddaughter to see Sesame Street Live. It was just a girl date. Her and I. The theme for the show was “meet a new friend”. We got to meet Chamki from India. The show was wonderful. We learned some new words and sang some new songs. And made beautiful memories.
Not only did I get cheated out of having a daughter
It is obvious I got left out of the gene pool too!