Gibson has his mothers's smile. It emanates from deep down and bursts like sunlight. Slays me every time.
I will take three dragons and a tetanus shot.
What a wonderful place. And Lily looks radiant!
Flock of metal ducks. Get them!!!!
Gibson and Lily so beautiful and I too am taken with Gibson's smiling face. Sweet Jo
I love the dragon! And the chickens! Where IS this place? I may have to road trip next time I am in the Sunshine State. (Seriously, my brother has a big plastic chicken in his backyard that has seen better days, and I'm thinking one of those metal ones might be a fine replacement.)
I saw the metal chickens and immediately though of this post from The Bloggess. http://thebloggess.com/2011/06/and-thats-why-you-should-learn-to-pick-your-battles/
Angella- He is pure love, given and received. Birdie- Excellent! You made me laugh.Elizabeth- She's a beauty, that one.Denise- They're too expensive! Cheaper to buy real ones. Except that I wouldn't have to feed these. Nicol- I know!Sweet Jo- He's such a charmer.Steve Reed- Just south of Monticello, Florida on highway 19. I think. Bring a truck. I'll meet you for lunch.Sarah- Yes. I read that yesterday. It's a good one.
That little Gibson is a sweetie. Look at that smile. Angelic.
Tell me, sweeties. Tell me what you think.