Here's some of the great grandkids!
We walked through the channel. It was beautiful!
Moxie was one happy dog as she is now trustworthy enough to stay close when she is off her leash, thanks to her training collar. She was having the time of her life, bounding all over the place, but always coming when she was called. It did my heart good to see her loving life as a dog should. :)
The following picture of her cracks me up. It reminds me of how when she was told to come, she would run so fast that she wouldn't be able to stop when she got to us. She would try so hard to stop on the ice, but it just wouldn't happen. She would slide right on by, perplexed at why she couldn't stop. Wish I had it on film. It still makes me giggle to think of it!
She's a happy...
happy dog who is enjoying her freedom because she knows her boundaries. YAY, MOXIE!
After our outdoor fun, and a yummy dinner, some of the kids played "Happy Birthday" to Great Grandma on their instruments. Nadia played the flute...
After that, these two played a few more songs that they've learned.