Five Day Challenge – Day 4

The Five Day Challenge is
Post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or a short paragraph and each day nominate another blogger for the challenge.

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An eight year old has her birthday party at Great Granddad’s.

Rachel is 8 and Grandad is almost 100 years old.  Imagine the excitement of having her birthday party at his house. Twelve little girls, Rachel’s parents and one grandmother, a great uncle and us.

At times the noise reached a pitch that just about drove us out of the house but then the lady with the birds and animals arrived.

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All the children loved the fact that they were allowed to hold the bunnies, the guinea pigs and the chickens.  Granddad, who had been a farmer for many years, delighted in seeing the animals, holding a chicken and seeing the delight on the children’s faces.

A day to remember.

And once again special thanks to Cat at Catterel for nominating me.  Now I nominate Patricia at Patricia’s Place.  Hers is a blog well worth reading.

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8 responses to “Five Day Challenge – Day 4

  1. What a special birthday!! All the generations together and the animals, what a great idea.

  2. Kudos to Great-Granddad! Little girls’ birthday parties are not for the faint of heart! Lovely idea to bring in the animals – hope they enjoyed it, too.

  3. What a lucky little girl! Thanks for the invite to the challenge…not sure about it but gonna try. Is next week ok?

  4. It was a lot of fun. And of course the challenge is for whenever you can fit it in. 🙂

  5. I hope I’m still invited to birthday parties when I reach the grand old age of 100! Looks like fun for all ages!

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