Wednesday, August 7, 2013

WW- A Little Hard Work

The Mower

 The Bucket Brigade

The Clean-up Crew

The Reward

There is no substitute for hard work.


caite said...

Send them to my house! I'll give them a box each! Lol

Pat said...

Excellent training and motivation for children! I'm impressed. They look like wonderful kids!

Anita said...

After I looked at the beautiful and helpful kids, and dog (who poses so nicely), then I looked at your beautiful yard! Love the hydrangeas.

Elaine Alguire said...

Oh wow, you really know how to put em to work, I love it. I plan to have mine wash my van tomorrow... ;)

And your flowers are GORGEOUS!!

Wisconsin Girl said...

Yes, your yard is beautiful and flowers are just so pretty! I'm working (very slowly) on adding perennials to our yard so I don't have the work of annuals every year. But I miss having those bright bursts of color and sure enjoy seeing these pics! And what great work your kids did:)

Dawn said...

Ha! I just finished reading a chapter in a parenting book about giving kids work to do that benefits the whole family, and how good it is for them. You, obviously, are doing a great job on your parenting. These pics are so cute.

Riahli said...


Charmaine said...

Love it :)

yonca said...

You have beautiful kids! Following you right now. Have a great day!

Bijoux said...

Summertime! Such a joy to be out, even if its manual labor!

lime said...


Krystyn @ Really, Are You Serious? said...

Will work for Bomb Pops! I think I can afford them!

Hilary said...

Oh what a sweet, sweet post.

Sandi McBride said...

too precious for words
Congrats on Post of the Week

Anita said...

I'm back again to say congrats on your POTW!

Words To Live By

Be grateful for each new day.
A new day that you have never lived before.
Twenty-four new, fresh, unexplored hours to use usefully and profitably.
We can squander, neglect, or use them.
Life will be richer or poorer by the way we use today.
Finish every day and be done with it.
You have done what you could;
some blunders and absurdities crept in;
forget them as soon as you can.
Tomorrow is a new day.
You shall begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be
encumbered with your old nonsense.

-Ralph Waldo Emerson