31 thoughts on “Ain’t she sweet?

  1. Your little granddaughter is delightful, Ineke, and I can imagine how much pleasure she brings to you all. Unfortunately, the video wasn’t available, but I’m sure she gets up to plenty of mischief.


    1. She is a little “madam” at times. She’ll point her finger at you giving the evil eye saying:”No!” She isn’t talking yet but I think she is going to be like her mum, never stops talking.


      1. She looks adorable and it will be so nice for you to have a little chatterbox in the family. She’s grown a bit since the last time I saw photos of her.


          1. I’m so happy that you’re enjoying being a grandma. You will be a very special person to that little girl. I hope the family have recovered from whatever illness they had and that you are keeping fit and well, Ineke.


            1. Having her and experiencing her from the first day is very special. I’m so glad to be here and not in SA anymore. They all got some antibiotics to help them recover- ear infection and lots of coughing.
              Hope you are still well and that the rest of the year will be without to many issues.

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  2. She is a little Purrincess, absolutely adorable, Trompie and Ineke 🙂 We weren’t able to see the video, but we can picture it 😀 Pawkisses for a wonderful week ahead 🙂 💗


    1. Thank you. I’m sure you know the song “Ain’t she sweet” As I saw the photos the song came up spontaneously. School started today and Mum sits with her legs up while I just laze with her on the chair. Hot licks from a cold wet NZ.

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      1. I am so sorry, Ineke. It is no problem to take your time about things like this at those moments. I am hoping for a moe uplifting mood in my headspace when I write next month’s poem. Some of the words that have come to me when writing poetry n the last month have been dark and foreboding! I would like to change that tone. I will try to find a fun prompt for us next month!

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          1. I did have trouble also at one point. No words or any of any use would come. Then my son suggested I look at Rhymezone or Anagram to get some ideas. Put in a word such as the prompt or one word that does come to mind and there will be a myriad of suggestions of other words that you can use with it. It gave me some ideas. Maybe it will help. I might research some of these helpful sites to include in tips for the next post.


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