Farofix

We had not seen our grandson for half of his life and so we dropped everything on Friday to get our Faro fix. As soon as Axel was finished with his physical therapy we got in the car for the long drive to Easthampton. It was made longer by roadwork around Worcester, making the trip a good three and a half hours. But it was worth it.

We woke Faro up as he was comfortably asleep in a sling on his mother’s belly.  I got to feed him until he fell asleep again and slept through most of the afternoon.

We brought part of supper and then shopped for the missing ingredients, including a most exotic collection of beers in large brown bottles from the local beer aficionado shop.

We had dinner in the garden, I fed Faro some more and we hang out on a rug on the grass. After dinner we drove the long way back again, more roadwork around Palmer, another 3 plus hours which made, together for a nearly 7 hour drive to satisfy that most aching need to see our grandson. All well worth it.

2 Responses to “Farofix”


  1. 1 Edith Maxwell July 30, 2012 at 5:27 am

    Love this picture, Granny!

  2. 2 svriesendorp July 30, 2012 at 7:00 am

    Not granny, oma Dutch!


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