OK. I cheated. I got Phyllis from the library instead of waiting for her to arrive by Limo. And I got her April Fools Day. April Fool! But I had to wait first. There were two people ahead of me on the wait list for her so when the call came on April fools day I went right away to pick her up. She is so popular.The first thing she did when I picked her up was give me a weather report. It was sunny with a brisk wind and sixty degrees she said.
With Phyllis and her ability to be in more than one place at the same time we took her out of the library so she would be here in time for Eater and our grandson, Liam’s visit.
Phyllis loved Red Bud Alley and here she is looking right at the Red Bud trees.
Phyllis loved stirring up the algae with Liam in our pond. It was better than the hike she said. The weather was a balmy sixty degrees and sunny she reported. Liam kept her very busy, taking her to the pond to feed the fish and play with algea was only one of the things she did while visiting.
Phyllis gave Jonah the giggles at the Easter Egg Hunt.
I mean Phyllis knows all about treasure hunts so the Easter Egg Hunt was nothing new. In fact she had three of them. One at Lincoln Elementary, one at Aunt Helen’s because Cousin Hunter didn’t get to the first one in time and one at the church. Her favorite one was church because of getting pretzels and popcorn in the eggs and she could eat all that at once.
Feeding the baby goats was a lime light event. Seeing the goats again at the petting zoo was fun but not as much fun as feeding the babies at Aunt Helen’s.
Liam introducing Phyllis to a grown deer at the petting zoo.
Saying goodbye to the youngest member at the Easter Egg Hunt at Lincoln Elementary School. Good bye!
Please check out Phyllis’s favorite page at Susanna Leonard Hill’s blog.