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TORY RICHARDS

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Sunday, September 26, 2010

I love you all the way to heaven. That's how much my granddaughter loves me. We don't know where she got it from but it says a lot. I asked her if she knew where heaven was the other day and she nodded and said, far far away.

Recently they had grandparents breakfast at her school, she's in pre-K now. So you know I went. Thought I'd share a picture taken of us.

8 comments:

Amy J - Book Addict said...

how sweet! Now I have a face to go with the name as well! She has a beautiful smile!! Did she share the food with you or make you suffer and watch her eat it? LOL That is what my 5 year old would do!

Deb said...

I love it---that is just adorable.

What a beautiful photo of you with your granddaughter :)

Tory Richards said...

I'd already eaten my share, she was acting all shy for some reason. Nothing like the real Alivia at home! LOL She just turned 4 in August, hard to believe she's in pre-K already:)

Tory Richards said...

Thanks Deb! Usually I'm taking the pictures so it's nice to be in one with her once in a while:)

Nancy Bristow said...

Debbie...Great, great photo of you and Olivia:) ~Nancy

Tory Richards said...

Thanks Nancy:)

Nancy Bristow said...

Debbie...Opps! Sorry I spelled Alivia's name wrong. ~Nancy

Tory Richards said...

That's okay Nancy. My daughter didn't want it spelled the usual way, with an O, because she didn't want anyone pronouncing the O when they said Alivia's name:) Hope that made sense.