|The Lady Avon|
|Avon River - |
Gloucester/Gayhurst Bridge, Dallington
We ate a hearty breakfast ( see the review in my last post!), cleaned and tidied.
Big Bro arrived, and the kids were set.
It became apparent, it has been a while since we were all together under the same roof.
We are so good as a family, I love it when it all works, and the kids are all home together, happy. It is so rare these days. The older teens have lives of their own... and I miss them, but not half as much as the younger two children do...
So there we all were, having some fun, the light banter and teasing, the cheekiness, the laughter. Oh the humour. Well... that of it which I can understand and relate to... some of it horrifies me, other parts make me laugh til I have tears. Happy Tears! I actually enjoy them, and I like the young men theyre becoming, for the most part.
FISHIN' FOR THE FAMILY
One thing as Ive said before is, we enjoy fishing.
It makes it so much better when we are all together, but really we all just go to support the one of us who really knows what he is doing. The others of us are enthusiastic, but Gord (nearly 16) is a Pro. He knows Fishing inside out. He lives huntin'- fishin'- guns and tackle etc.
We smile at his knowledge and his patience with us less proficient fisher people. His instincts are right on track, and he knows his stuff. He ties all the knots, knows which fish is what, and how to get them into the bucket...
|Mums the short one now!|
|Duncan and Arlais|
|The Lazy As|
So, then there were the obligatory photos.
And now it is quiet. Monday is right around the clock.
I do wonder, and dare I ask... What will this week bring?
Heres hoping your weekend was relaxing, peaceful and Memory-tastic!
Love from My Heart to Your Hearth