Thursday, June 3, 2010

Trip to Grandma and Grandpa's House

  Here's Tzipi asking... are we there yet?

Here's Zee wishing he was out of the car. 

Here's my Mom holding her attack duck. Ducks are mean when they are boys without girlfriends. Gotta get them girls! 

The kids playing in the wading pool.
  The most spoiled  loved chicken in the world.(Yes, she's in the kitchen.)

This was my favorite thing to do. Hold Chickens. This was a tiny chicken, so it made it even better.
Tzipi was getting sniffed by Buddy. If she hadn't wiggled away, he would have nibbled some hair. (What she doesn't know won't hurt her)
Zee is playing target practice with Grampa with a bee bee pistol.
It was really cool to watch the animals go for shelter, just minutes before a storm hit. Dad had to extinguish the fire before it started raining. So much for smores this night.
I love this picture. This bottle has a hole in it that Zee shot with the beebee gun. The goats are interested in everything we do, can you tell?
Dad's goats think that they are dogs. Biggest dogs with dangerous horns. They are tons of fun though. 

We napped and rested and just played with animals. It was very restful. If I hadn't caught Tzipi's cold, it would have been perfect. I came home and slept all day. Driving back home was really tough. I was so tired. Thank goodness for Dayquil or I wouldn't have made it to work this afternoon.

I went to the doctor yet again. This time it was my annual. I wish all doctors were like Dr. Merki. He is patient and quiet and listens very well. He seems to really care. He gave me different medicine and suggested we try Physical Therapy in a couple weeks. It's gonna be a while before I can see the Neurologist and other specialist that I can't spell.  So we'll see.

I know I didn't write a bunch. I just really wanted to post the pictures before I fell asleep. Thanks Mom and Dad for such a nice time. I love you both!


  1. Great pictures. Looks like you had fun!

  2. Nee,

    Printed all sorts of pictures out of your visit. Going to a CROP tomorrow (the Lord willing). I had a great time with you and the kids. I know we all needed rest after you returned home.