One tired grandma...


It is Spring Break here...so the kids are out of school for the week. One of my sister's called, she wanted to take her grandson to the Tenessee Acquarium and wanted to know if I wanted to go and take Aidan (dear granddaughter). 
 
 
So, even though my shoulder is still giving me fits...I thought it would be a great idea...since it involved no lifting. Hugs!
 

My photos are not the greatest...this little point and shoot style camera tried it's best...but most of the place were dark and the fish tanks gave off a strange light.
 
 
 But, we did have a good time...and walked, and walked, and walked! All were tired when we got back home. Would recommend it however...loads of things to see!
 
 
Even my tired spots...have tired spots. This getting older is not the weak! Hugs!
 

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9 comments:

Mosaic Magpie said...

You created some fun memories!
xo,
Deb

Christine Barnsley said...

Hello Kathy! Glad you had a nice visit with your Granddaughter to the aquarium.... sounds like a fun day. Take care though, don't over do things!! Happy Easter! :) x

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Grandma may be tired, but just think of the memories you've made.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Nice day and a great way to spend time with the kids. Mine are 18 and 20 and not many things they enjoy doing with us anymore. I asked the youngest what he is going to be doing on Spring Break. I got a list of things he is doing with his friends. I can't even hope for a rainy day because they go catfishing in the rain...lol. Oh, I made that sound worse than it is. I'm sure they will find time for the old folks!

Ruth B said...

Nothing is better for the heart than spending time with grandchildren! It does exhaust you but it is so worth it!

Melody said...

Looks like a great place

Marianne S-M said...

Beautiful grand kids! Love that jelly fish!

desertskyquilts said...

Those young ones surely take the stuffin' outta me! I didn't realize you were that close to me. That's only 90 miles from here. =) I thought you were in Pennsylvania for some reason - not that I ever really looked, just thought that. LOL

Simone de Klerk said...

How happy and proud your granddaughter looks! And it looks like you had a wonderful time!