Sunday, July 9, 2017

LATE GREETINGS

     I have been away from Hiawatha House for a week. I usually like to post more often but I have a good excuse.

     The DRK (dirty rotten kid) from Chicago and her DRH (you get the drift) came for a visit. So for such an important occasion I've been busy! We did much eating and visiting. We made a day trip to Calgary and visited the Glenbow Museum. It was the day before the Calgary Stampede started so the partying had begun.

     So what I really wanted to happen was to  wish two Americans in my house being wished  a great Fourth Of July! It would have been the first time I had two Americans in my house. The greeting would have had too be late on July 5. 

    However, the problem was getting time to post the greeting! So here it is. I had the pleasure of wishing Happy Fourth of July . So the late greetings!

   Now somehow or other  serious giggling broke out. The kind of giggling where glasses come off and Kleenex come out.





     All  too soon the visitors had to pack up and head for home.


26 comments:

  1. This post should have come with a government health warning "PERSONS OF A SENSITIVE DISPOSITION SHOULD LOOK AWAY NOW AS YOU MIGHT SEE RED'S NAKED LEGS!"

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    1. Wow! I didn't know that there were such people with such warped dispositions!

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  2. Oh the visit had to be such a wonderful time. We never get to spend enough time with our families so the eating and talking and laughing has to be so much fun.

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    1. The DRK lives in Chicago so it's a long way to Alberta. they come every other year.

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  3. It is always nice to have the family around for some days.

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    1. I like the way you say some days! sometimes it's too much after being so quiet.

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    1. Well, THEY GOT A LITTLE CARRIED AWAY.

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  5. Oh, I love those kinds of laughing fits. My tummy hurts when I laugh that hard, and just reading your description made me remember doing just that. Welcome back, Red! :-)

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    1. Yes, there are lots of good time laughs.

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  6. Aw, what a nice visit! Getting together with family is always the best.

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  7. Hi Red, Neat post! You have a great family there. What an honor for those Americans to be in Canada! :-) Looks like a great visit indeed!

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    1. Lots of good conversation about the US situation. My daughter is very up on govt. (She's an old social studies teacher)

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  8. Tears of laughter are so nourishing for the soul.

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    1. Well, they had a great time!

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    1. I was the serious one of the bunch and was trying to take pictures.

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  10. Nice your American friends visited. Looks like loads of laugh tears. I was looking for you Red.
    I see you with same legs my hubby has but you sure beat him with the beard.
    My hubby starts with beard and ends up shaving it off. Good for you.

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    1. The one American friend is my daughter. Your hubby has to be a sharp looking guy!

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  11. Sounds like you all had a fun time with each other. Great times with family is priceless!
    Have a wonderful week Red!

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    1. Hey, we have this fun and we're not even Irish!

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  12. Good memories have been made and socked away :) Good job, Red & family!

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    1. O haven't heard the expression "socked away" for a long time!

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  13. What fun indeed. And I adore people who know how to "giggle"....:)

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  14. :) I am glad you had a good visit and lots of laughs!:)

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