Weekend chores rewarded with granddaughter fun at the zoo

Posted By on June 11, 2018

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As usual the spring pine pollen left a mess of the patios and any furniture left outside. The annual chore of power-washing and cleaning our outdoor living spacePromedicaDayAtTheZooCup seems to get tougher every year … and the moving of furniture on and off the patio heavier. Nevertheless, I completed the project after a full day on Saturday (pano photo above) and was looking forward to an invite to spend "Promedica Day At The Zoo" in Toledo with Annalyn (oh … Katelyn and Drew too). AnnalynInRain180610
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We had a great time enjoying the expanded zoo (it has been 50 years!), learning about the animals, eating some free food … and hanging out with Drew’s brother Carson and his dad, Randy … after the welcoming duties were finished. It is great to see Promedica as a company dedicated to improving the community and supporting the Toledo Zoo along with so much more in Toledo.

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The rain held back for the most part, at least until we made it back to Perrysburg where I gave Drew a helping hand with a plumbing project — success! 

I also had time to play with Annalyn who seemed to eat up ever minute of attention I gave her. So much fun for both of us … I think she loves me as much as I love her? (also including a short CUTE video of her with daddy Drew feeling the rain drops at the bottom of this post) 

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