Saturday, 17 May 2014

Excerpts of Ollie's holiday


New ideas on an old road


Important talks amid the trees


Inspection of a ancient wall



Ollie the tractor driver


Ollie explains all to Granny


Toby travels home


Telling Granny about the grass


12 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing Ollie's holiday. How lovely.

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  2. Lucky you to have such a sweet looking grandson, I'm afraid all we've got is a grandcat who is staying with us till his mother gets settled in Japan.

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    1. I think Ollie's innocent looks will let him away with all sorts of escapades later in life ;-)

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    2. He gets away with lots now with that face!! Ollie is missing his Ireland home :(

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    3. Why am I not surprised on both counts :-)

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  3. Ollie has grown up so quickly. I love your pictorial tour, happy memories for Ollie xxx

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    1. Thank you Fran. Last night and this morning he was telling us all that this is home in Ireland. Mrs H and I had a lump in our throats on hearing that.

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  4. What a delight it must be to have a grandsom like Ollie. I can just imagine the intense conversations with this small person with his enquiring mind. Lovely! The photos are just precious, Mel!

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    1. You are quite correct Val. Ollie is an amazing little chap, we were out in the car one day and we asked him for directions to which he said 'Straight on up the hill down the hill and turn left' He was correct and none of us had been on that road before; so I do sometimes think he has been here in another life.

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