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Emma: Too Much Fun!

Emma_thumbnailThis past week we had my sister’s kids to help around the house. In a previous post you saw Dan’s mad driving skills. Now the semi needs to be fixed. When the tire blew, it tore off the lights and part of the hood. Mom and Dan spent the better part of a day repairing fiber-glass, while kids ran for tools or helped when they could.
There’s plenty of time for horsing around once the work is done.  You can never have too much fun, right?

Emma: Boys workin' in the shop
(L to R) Will, August, Dan, Zach and Spencer

Emma: Twinkies!
Sarina and I are twinkies! John Deere shirt and jeans complete with fashionable work boots.

Emma: Granny and Sarina

Emma: Too much fun!

Emma: Rollin' in the Mud
From littlest to biggest: Leslie, Sarina, Elizabeth, Will, Spencer, Zach and August.
I think you can see they may have had a little too much fun!

Emma: Rollin' in the Mud

Emma: Leslie and his mud
Leslie could not believe his good fortune when he got to actually ROLL in the mud!

Be safe and God bless!

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  • Sharon and Harry Drake
    Posted at 17:47h, 28 June

    Looks like a lot of fun to me,rolling in the mud. ha
    I like the Ladies hats and your boots. Wish I had that look when I was young on the farm, I had just plain boots, ha. Glad your family can have fun ,it is ok to as the saying goes”stop and smell the roses” or play in the mud,or swing on a very nice swing. I bet your Father is smiling at you all and so proud.
    The wheat here in Cowley County, Ks. 60 miles south of Wichita is about done. they are still cutting, Had a lot of high winds last evening and about 10 sprinkles.It moved through fast, asted about 20 minutes.
    Take care Sharon Drake

  • Dan
    Posted at 07:39h, 29 June

    Mud in southwest Oklahoma in June!!!
    My mother was born in Kiowa County between Saddle Mountain and Deer Creek, in a “summer tent” while her father was drilling water wells and building water systems on the Kiowa reservation. I visited there once. She, my aunts and uncle, all spoke fondly of Kiowa County, Roosevelt, Hobart and all. After visiting, I could never understand why. The only place on the Great Plains I could not like.

  • Emma Misener
    Posted at 15:58h, 07 July

    We know how to make our own fun, even if we have to make our own mud! Not very often do we have mud in Oklahoma, especially during the 3 year drought we’re experiencing right now. Thanks for your comments; I love to hear from ya!