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What Can We Do?

When grandchildren come to visit. What shall we do? We went to the Hall of Ideas at the Center for the Arts. It was closed! So we went to the Tridge and hiked along the river.  On the way home we stopped for ice cream.


But what to do today?

Our neighbor kids are still in school, so the days are long. Today I remembered my nephew, Ruhl, has an archery center. So we went there and will go back on Friday! They loved it!

They both learned quickly and did well! Ruhl had a pink bow for Maddie! Then after practicing with those, Ruhl brought out the compound bows! They did well! Mason has a good eye and hit the bull’s eye almost every time! They both have sore arms now!!! So they can heal tomorrow and Friday we’ll go back. Thanks, Ruhl, for a great afternoon!

So, now I have another option of what to do with grandchildren when they come to visit!!!

4 thoughts on “What Can We Do?

  1. You have the right idea, keeping them busy. Maybe they’d like to just have a day to hang out or suggest an activity of their own. You probably remember the “Mystery Trip” idea I posted for our grands some time ago: https://plainandfancygirl.com/2013/06/12/how-to-mystery-trips/

    We’d like to take the whole caboodle to Cumberland Island for a day of hiking, but because of the move may have to wait. Isn’t God good to give us healthy and active grandchildren!

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    • Thanks for commenting, Marian! So you’ve not left us yet!
      Our 15 grandchildren go from ages 9 – 26. Two are married and they all live all over the US and Canada! The two that are here now are moving to Ireland this summer. We love it when any come to visit and we make trips to visit them some times too. We love our grandchildren! ❤

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  2. Thank you for sharing your trip to the archery center, Anita. I would never have thought of it. When the “grands” came to our house this week, we played Sardines. But I’m going to keep archery as a special surprise.




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