Happy Tuesday to you, my friends out there in blogland! I am feeling SO MUCH better! Thank you for all of your nice comments and thoughts for me. It was just a little stomach bug, but it didn't want to go away. It was Sunday afternoon before I felt like myself again. Our Bible study group provided the hospitality lunch to the visitors after church and then Hubby and I decided to head for the lake for awhile. A quick stop at home to get Chloe and off we went. We put the slides out-and our living space expanded exponentially! We took the tarp off of the stairs that Hubby built me last year and put the carpet runners out. I'm ready to move in. :-)
But while I was sitting around last week I was being productive, not too lazy.
Five baby hats....
plus two baby hats...
plus a baby sweater, hat and bootie set...
plus one doily...
plus a second doily.
I did get a lot done and that helps me feel the time wasn't totally wasted.
Hubby bought me this sweet African Violet last week. About 25 years ago, I bought one that looked just like this for my wonderful Mom for Mothers Day. She died a year later and my Dad gave it to me so he wouldn't kill it. That plant finally died about two years ago and I've missed it ever since. Hubby knew it and so he bought me one that looked just like it.
For some reason, when I see this my Mom doesn't seem so far away. 29 years old is way too young to lose your Mom and I still miss her every day.
On a brighter note, I'm packing, packing, packing for the lake. Getting food together. Garhering books and yarn and towels. We already put fresh sheets on the bed on Sunday. I'm hoping to stay out there this weekend. Yeah! Summer is coming soon!
It's been a long, long winter. I'm so ready for spring and summer. I know it will be awhile before we're done with the spring rains and it's actually warm here, but we have a nice furnace in the trailer and there is no sound sweeter than rain drops on the roof, so I plan on spending lots of time there now that the snow is (hopefully) gone.
I hope you are all having as wonderful a day as I am. The sun is shining. I get to see one of my sons and two of my grandchildren next weekend. I'll get to face time with Miss Piper this afternoon. I love my Hubby and he loves me. Best of all God loves me. Life is good.
Have a lovely afternoon my friends.