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Zombies in the Nursery

Zombies in the Nursery


Sunday, May 27, 2012


Iti s really hard to leave My Son, Daughter in law and those lovely,wonderful grand babies.  We had a fantastic time!  On Tuesday we were suppose to leave, but I just could not leave and have Sarah to take Laney with her on Wednesday to the Field Day at the boys school in 111*.  So, we left Wednesday afternoon.
Since we there on Tuesday we went down to San Luis AZ, We met our son and his partner for lunch This was San Luis Az just 100 yards from the boarder. It is a sandy dusty dirty town.  We went into a store front of a place they love to eat, they only serve roasted chicken and sides.  Our son ordered in Spanish and the next thing we knew someone was chopping something in the back. It was so loud we jumped. Next thing we knew to chickens were served up in pieces piled nicely on a Styrofoam meat tray.  It was the best chicken I have ever had.  This little hole in the wall was sparkling clean and the owners were very nice. Laney walked all around saying chickee-chickee wah wah.

Then our son had gotten special permission to take us into the port where his office is.  Just standing on the doc and looking at the fence that is so tall and divides the Countries, It  was sort of an eerie feeling. So desolate and barren.  It was very interesting to see the works of the port.

Here are the Aprons Sarah made while we were there


  1. this one is so flirty with the halter top!

  2. Love all your pretties! Found you through Blog Train Hugs