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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Simple Things that Matters

During one of our family walk, we saw this machine parked at the back of the church and the Burritos wanted to experience how it feels like to be up there.  With our supervision, we let them climbed up there.
Do you see the funny guy at the back?
Mr. Burrito is fascinated with this Ingersoll Rand SD 100D Drum Drive.  He thought it's pretty cool to rid in it.
Simple things like this can really bring  smiles to our children.
Sky Watch Friday

36 comments:

  1. How lovely to see those big bright smiles ... Lots of fun.

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  2. I'm glad you let them have that experience. I would have enjoyed seeing what it was like to sit up there as well. :)
    Fun shots Rose!

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  3. Looks like fun!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  4. Simple things do bring smiles to all of us, and you are good at bringing it for your family :) Really a busy bee mom!

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  5. smart kids always get into something....:) next time takes us with you...:)

    musta na sis? hope all is well!....ay, kakasimula ko lang reading the book...hehehe...it's very emotional...you should read it!

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  6. They enjoyed it indeed. I myself never tried riding that big machine :)

    http://www.womenandperspectives.com/2012/09/sky-watch-shaking-bridge-and-blue-sky.html

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  7. Cute children! Have a great evening.
    (You should see my post for Weekend in B&W)!

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  8. Very good pictures with the steamroller, I love.

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  9. What a fun time...Have a great weekend

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  10. Kids are what make life worth living. Cute pics.

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  11. Fun photos - I remember being fascinated with the farm equipment when we visited my grandparents when I was growing up.

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  12. Lindos e se divertes assim...beijos,chica

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  13. Lucky kids, it looks like they had lots of fun!

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  14. I have never tired of machinery. I'm glad your kids got to try it.

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  15. Your kids are adorable. Looks like a fun exploration!

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  16. Happy reminders of the joy that can be found in the simple adventures of life. These shots are sure to bring fond memories in the future. Thanks for sharing & dropping by my blog.

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  17. to enjoy, to be haapy we don't need go some expensive places.. this kind simple things could make us happy.. and the pictures are proving that.. beautiful

    http://from-a-girls-mind.blogspot.com/

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  18. Happiness !

    Please have you all a wonderful weekend.


    daily athens photo

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  19. What fun, I sure your children loved climbing on the big machine. Great shots!

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  20. wow, that's some big equipment - thanks for sharing

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  21. Fun captures! What a great photo opportunity. :)

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  22. that's kind of daring for the little ones to do that but the good thing is they have had fun and that's what matters.

    thanks for visiting D'TOUR.

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  23. Very cute pictures ! Your kids are growing so fast ! It seems to me that yesterday they still were toddlers !

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  24. Hi, I'm Janette, from the Philippines' north. I enjoyed looking at the pictures of your kids, reminds me of mine years ago. Enjoy them! Yes, the best things in life are those nearest us, our kids, our family.

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  25. a really big piece of machinary for the kids. :)

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  26. Looks like the kids had a great time. Nice to make the most of every photo opt as well.

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  27. The kids sure had a great time!! Love those happy pictures :O)

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  28. Hahaha! What a beautiful experience! Kids don't need expensive toys, huh?!

    Red Nomad OZ
    Amazing Australian Adventures

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  29. Cute pictures. I also had experienced being up there on such big machines in childhood, you made me remember that lovely time. :P :)

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