|Tawkin' on da phone to Gwamma...|
|Pancakes with sprinkles at Perkins...|
|Her "yittle brudda"...|
|Most of all, her Papa...|
He took her along to help haul grain the other day. We use two tractor trailers (aka "semi's") to haul our crops (corn, wheat, soybeans) from the field to one of two locations. First, it may go to the grain bins, where the grain will be stored for a few months before being hauled to the grain elevator. Second, it may go directly to the grain elevator, where it be stored or will go by train across the U.S. and possibly on a barge overseas.
Here is one of our trucks:
Here the wee redhead and her Papa are heading for the trucks...
(THANK YOU to our friend, Tony, who has been helping with harvest, for snapping these pics of how Jeremy got her safely from one truck to the other).
Here she is perched in her car seat with her coloring book, being her Papa's assistant grain hauler.
We didn't realize how much this day meant to her until this project came home from daycare:
It says "This makes me happy..."
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