No doubt about it: making Zoralee leave Grandma Rena and Grandpa Larry will be the hardest part about going to Alaska for a few months. Seeing them is part of her daily routine. Whenever she hears Molly bark upstairs, she drops what she's doing and crawls toward the bottom of the stairs, knowing that someone has come home. If I say, "Wanna go see Grandma?" she gets very excited. She knows where the love is. And the treats.
helping Grandma to dog-sit Peanut and Murray
Zoralee loves to steal the pen from Grandpa's pocket. This time, he let out
a silly, startled cry, which prompted the same in Zoralee, minus the silly.
looking to Grandma for comfort from mean old Grandpa
back to good times, reading in the chair
and making Grandpa-inspired faces