Tuesday, July 15, 2008

The Farmer's Daughters

I have such fun with these two little girls when I visit them. Sometimes I forget I'm their grrrrreat aunt, and not their aunt. (It begs the question, "Can I be old enough to be a great aunt?")  Our oldest nephew is a blueberry farmer, and at the end of the harvest, family members gather to glean what is left on the bushes. They usually get a lot, and have a good time doing it. I wish I lived close enough to take part, but I usually get a taste of the frozen berries sometime during the year. It's hot where they live farther south from us, and, as you can see, a drink is a desirable thing. 

Photo by their grammy, Lulu


  1. Ha-ha, yes, you're old enough to be a great-aunt. Those little girls are so cute. Your sister Lulu does a good job.

  2. Anonymous10:50 AM

    That is a sweet, peaceful picture! L. Susan

  3. Those are such precious girls! I have a little cousin, and I feel more like an aunt (I'm surely old enough).


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