Archive for May 2018

Rules

Remember how a few years back, I fenced out the bunnies. We had a breach! My son spotted a bunny in the back yard. We jumped into action and back through the hole the bunny ran. Then my son spotted a second one. That one we could not get to go through the hole, or…

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Babies

My oh my, if I wrote what all has happened in the last week, no one would believe it. Suffice it to say, we are still here, and right now, that is huge. On the good side, it was like getting two babies within a week. At the beginning was my new granddaughter and at…

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Time

This is one of those times I should have written a blog in advance, because I knew how busy I would be with the new grand baby and her family. I didn’t. So, I’m here to say everyone is fine, well almost, and the new baby is great – just has her days and nights…

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New Life!

A new member of the family. So tiny. So precious. Such a blessing. Thanks to all who have sent their regards and best wishes for this new little life. Her name is Ella – and she is perfect! ( And I now have enough grandkids for a basketball team.)  In the meantime, her big sister…

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Rhyaden

Last Monday morning, I got a lot done. I believe it was because I was working off the high from seeing my finished book cover. The cover is awesome! I probably use the word awesome too much, but honestly folks, the cover is magnificent, stellar, great and exciting! Whew! Done! That’s the kind of high…

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day! And I mean to everyone, of course, not just the moms out there. I want everyone to have a happy day – that just happens to be Mother’s Day. Now for the moms, I wish you an extra special, warm embrace of love and gratitude for your efforts through the terrible twos,…

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Welcome Home!

I got my fingers in the dirt and planted some flowers. Color! That felt good. I walked to the mail box and the delightful smell of blooming Canada Cherry trees stopped me in my tracks. My next book is mapped out. My son-in-law is home from deployment! Welcome Home! (The neighborhood Boy Scouts put up…

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Climbing High

Two days of rain, glorious rain. Not a drowning downpour, no flooding, just beneficial moisture that came mannerly and kindly so the earth could soak it up. The slope in my backyard that gets so dry in summer is happy. My tulips are happy. The budding aspen trees are happy. As soon as the sun…

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