While I have known she has the ability to create – it surprised me just how well she can draw.
Sherry saw a picture on social media of an American flag painted by President Bush –
for the celebration of July 4th.
I guess he just did it in a few moments – as he also is a good artist.
She asked Cassidy if she could do the same thing by looking at the picture!
It looks just like his!
She has a unique ability to look at something and reproduce it!
A few down days and she sat and started drawing!
No one bothers her and she is very quiet – only a pencil and paper.
She is her own self – and a quiet sweetheart.
She has a focus on detail – a sense of shade – these are all just penciled drawings.
I showed them to her mother and I think she needs to pursue this talent.
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“OUR CASSIDY – SEEMS SHE IS AN ARTIST”!
Maddy wanted to walk the beach and see the ocean one last time before she went back to college.
The parade had been canceled the previous week because of the strong wind and rain.
So – this time our granddaughter Maddy was here but she had to leave in the afternoon –
So we drove to North Myrtle Beach so she could enjoy a few hours of just plain fun –
and take her last walk and see the ocean before she left.
Here Shery and Maddy walk out to the ocean at the main street entrance to NMB.
Hundreds of vendors were set up – food – drink – items for sale.
Coffee for our early morning walks around town viewing the vendors before the thousands of people show up.
We did not carry chairs – and we had front row seats sitting on a towel on the curb.
The parade lasted one hour – and was quite colorful in green and white and orange!
It was a great four-plus hour spending time with our granddaughter before driving back to the house.
Sad to pack her up to leave in the early afternoon – but we had her entire spring break with us.
She drove herself five hours from Lynchburg Va. – her University – to spend her break with us!
She had a test in the morning of the day she started out – but she and Sherry wanted to see the beach.
It was cool out – a cold front had come in from Florida all the way North to N.E.
And the wind made for a chilly walk in the blowing sand.
Here you can see a deserted beach and how the sand blows across it – stinging your eyes.
It was worth the time to take her to both beaches – to relax after her five-hour drive –
the crazy world of college and tests – maintaining an almost 4.0!
And grandma had her eldest granddaughter once again in her home!
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She is the firstborn granddaughter – now twenty-one years old – a Junior at the University of Lynchburg, Va.
She is going for a degree in Engineering Science – carrying a 3.80 GPA.
And of course, we are excited – she will be here a little over one week.
I remember picking her up after my work at the babysitter –
and we would sing Old McDonald had a farm.
Or the time when she just started to walk –
I had placed a blanket in the front yard –
and she would not go off the blanket because the grass was strange on her tiny feet.
Thanks for reading Papa’s World – will continue her Spring-break with us in the next blog.