Thursday, October 16, 2008

WE WENT TO THE FAIR

We went to the fair tonight and it was much bigger than I expected.  This is a picture of my son and me holding my sweet granddaughter, Emma.  We just walked out their front door and I got my camera out of my purse and said I had to have a picture.  Bloggers understand that you don't go anywhere without your camera!  

This is my husband holding Emma with our son.     More about the fair.....I really don't know what I expected but it was more!  People were everywhere and I had a chance to walk through the crafts (but didn't buy a thing).  It helps to have a baby with you!  There was a huge stage area that was really packed out.  Clay Walker was the entertainer tonight and Percy Sledge will be there tomorrow night ("When A Man Loves A Woman") I can't imagine where they'll put the people if more come out then.  We walked around and saw the animals and Emma LOVED them.  
She wasn't afraid of the cows at all and grabbed the rope while her daddy had her close by.
They had the cutest little donkey that she sat on.  She looked up and smiled but my camera takes delayed pictures and I missed the smile.  After we left the animals we walked and looked around some more.  Then we had to have some food at the fair.  Any thing you could possibly want was available.  It was really a fun night.  
By the way.....I worked on Breanna's room today.  I found the fabric for her curtains and I'll have to be finished by tomorrow because we have to go home tomorrow night.  I will make pictures and post about that project later.

13 comments:

Terry said...

Your little g. daughter is adorable, and that's really something that she wasn't afraid of the animals. My twins (boys) cried at that age when I tried to put them on a pony. lol!
Terry

basketsnprims said...

She is such a little doll. Thanks for sharing the pictures. You are so cute.
Pam

Sarah said...

She is so cute and sounds like you guys had a good time! Look forward to seeing what you have done in the room!

Angie said...

Emma is just adorable! Looks like y'all had a great time! Can't wait to see the your projects!

Sherree said...

She is so cute. I can't wait to see what you do with the room.

Carol said...

So glad you all had a good time at the fair. Emma is such a cutie. Can't wait to see Breanna's room.
Carol

Debi said...

Sue dear,

Emma, is sooo sweet!!! I finally got a chance to catch up with my blog reading... Wow!! You have been a really busy grandma!! I'll bet your having the time of your life!!! I loved the quilt too!!! I may have to borrow that idea for some of kids t-shirts. Hope your having a wonderful time!!!

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

Girl, you look much too young to have a grown son and grandaughter! Aren't you the cutest thing!
That baby is a doll too.
Glad y'all ahd a great time!

Darlene said...

Great pictures of y'all. I bet you had a great time just roaming around at the fair. Emma is just a little doll and I'm glad she wasn't scared of the animals...that is just more fun!!!

jeremynsonya64 said...

I still can't get over how Amy looks just like you and Chris looks just like Harold! It is amazing! You look great! I know you are enjoying being with your granddaughter this week! Can't wait to see what you have done with the room!

FourOf5zs said...

A great looking family y'all are! I'm glad y'all had a great time at the fair. Percy Sledge is still going... I really like his music.

~The Robin's Nest~ said...

Your granddaughter is so adorable-And it looks like you guys had a wonderful time!
Love all the photos!
Robin~♥
PS-I'm thinking of posting "one more" fall craft then I think I might just start in on Christmas!

Susan said...

I've not been to a fair in years, but I used to love to go....and Clay Walker!!! The man does an amazing show...and they usually have to chase him offstage...I was at one about 5 years ago...the year before they closed him down after 3-1/2 hrs...this time they shut him down after about 2...but it was so very much fun. And he is quite an inspiration. He was diagnosed with MS right at age 30....and he keeps on...