Monday, July 18, 2011

Ruby Tuesday & Rednesday



Here are from pics from a visit to Spinners Grill in Wake Forest ,NC . On the same day We, My Granddaughter & I , attended a Home School Book Club Meeting which is held on the last Friday of each month.



Book , my granddaughter was reading.


The Grill is very Retro.They have good ice cream .

Word Search from the Book Club .

Have you read any good books lately? Our club for tweens & teens sticks to Classic & Christian Books .

I am linking to Ruby Tuesday & Rednesday

Love & Blessings,
~Myrna

9 comments:

  1. Red pens (that write in blue, of course) are my faves!

    RED AND YELLOW LULLABY

    Red is the color of cherries, not cheese;
    Yellow the backs of the sweet honeybees;

    Red the fair hair of the Derry Town maid;
    Yellow the yolk of the brown egg fresh-laid;

    Red are the wounds of the sun going down;
    Yellow the daisies beloved by the clown;

    Rainbows of colors, delighting the eye—
    Yellow and scarlet for this lullaby.


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Red and Yellow Rooster

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  2. Cool Grill, Myrna! I have been passionately reading mystery novels by Phyllis A. Whitney this summer. I think she started writing back in the 40's or 50's. I picked up a book at a yard sale once, and now I can't get enough of her style!

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  3. It is great your granddaughter is interested in books. To me that is important for a child. A fun way to spend the day.

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  4. Thanks Myrna:for visiting my blog-great that you're doing nice things with you're granddaughter. Wishing you a great REDNES-DAY & SUMMER. Greetings with heart&soul from Sil.

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  5. What fun activities for grandparents and grandchildren. And what a great book - I LOVED Nancy Drew as a kid :) I'm actually looking forward to an afternoon of reading tomorrow - quite a treat nowadays! Have a blessed week :)

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  6. I love book clubs. I'm reading several vintage teen novels this summer. The Grill looks like a charming restaurant to visit!! Take care~

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  7. That place looks neat! Wish I could visit and enjoy some ice cream too! I don't usually read during the summer-too many projects and things to do!

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  8. What a charming grill. It's great that you're involved with your grandchildren- I always wished my grandmother was more involved when I was a child, but the real blessing is that I was able to be close to her when I was older just before my grandparents passed on. From that I learned not to question God's path, because if I had taken the path I had set formyself, I wouldn't of had the chance to form such a great bond with my grandparents.

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  9. The Mitford Series...oh how I love it and recommend it.
    The grill looks so fun. It's something we all have to do once in awhile...eat at an old time diner and enjoy every minute of it. Any of the Nancy Drews are great and also Trixie Belden...my favorite...
    The Red Trailer Mystery.

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