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Old Sand - New Sand

Posted Apr 19 2010 8:00am
When Andrew and Kenny were growing up we actually had a huge square sand box in the back yard for them and the swingset around it.  Last year I decided that I didn't want that for Jonathon.  I just wanted a little sandbox that he could sit in and play and we could cover it up at night.

After searching we found a little crabby sand box out by the road for garbage. It just needed to be pounded out and it was fine.  Jonathon received sand for his 2nd birthday from Uncle John(my bro) and he was very very happy.  He loves his sandbox. 


And then there wasn't any sand!  When we opened up crabby this Spring it was full of petrified worms!  Ok ok so I cleaned them all out ~ Disgusting don't want any part of worms ~ then it rained ~ and we went out to play ~ crabby was full of petrified worms on top ~ live worms crawling through EVERYWHERE!! ~ I draw the line when I have to take out more than 20 ~ we dumped crabby!

Now Uncle John works out of state.  He is located in Texas.  Jonathon sent Uncle John a picture of empty crabby and told him to come home that he needed more sand PLEASE!!!!

Ask and you shall receive!!!!!

Look what showed up at our house on Friday afternoon ~ Remember Uncle John is out of state.

And look what showed up right after the sand was delivered........

                                                                           Point A  (a very happy little boy)

                                                                      Point B

And even though Kenny did a superb job helping out this would have taken us all weekend to finish so I called in a favor.

                                                                   So our good friend Mr. Randy came with his tractor and moved the sand from Point A to Point B for us.  And daddy helped too.

                                                And here it is ~ our new sand!
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