Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Ladybug Raft

 Hello!  The waters are receding (I hope!) and it hasn't been raining for a day.  Yay!  Thank you for your continued concern for our colorful state.  
 I hope that homes are restored and lost ones are found.  
 I am so thankful for our simple daily doings and grace-filled fuel for the moment, aren't you?
 This is my grandpup, Lucy.  She loves a cuddle.
She knows who to go to for donuts, too!
And here is a very nice smile for you, a blessing on your day.  Smiles are free and extremely effective.  Yours might go a long ways when you direct it toward someone who needs it.  

10 comments:

Betty the Wood Fairy said...

Lovely ladybird pictures POmpom- I try to smile when I am talking to customers on the phone at work as I think a smile even reaches down the phone! Betty

Farm Girl said...

Very nice pictures and I love your ladybug raft. Your grandson looks like a nice boy, I love your grand pup. It all looks like a very nice day. Have a wonderful Tuesday.

TexWisGirl said...

love those first few shots. praying for everyone affected there...

GardenOfDaisies said...

They are all so cute! :-) My friend's eldery dad and stepmom were rescued by helicopter a couple of days ago. Terrible flooding!

♥ Tina said...

Aww, sweet post. Hoping the waters subside soon. xxx

magsmcc said...

Goodness, have I been blogging long enough to see babies grow? I suppose I have! Glad to see some dry land.

Lisa Richards said...

Yes, those grands are growing like weeds! Cute weeds!
Sitting here in the hospital's Family Room I just heard someone behind me say, "I can do all things through Christ!" Be encouraged! :)

wayside wanderer said...

Glad to hear the rain has stopped. What an interesting lady bug with several sizes of spots.

libbyquilter said...

i'm smiling in your direction Pom Pom.
love the ladybug shots~!!~

:-)
libbyQ

Catherine said...

Aren't ladybirds lovely...& then those little wings just pop out of nowhere & up & off they go. There is a peculiar small phenomena happening in our land where we hardly ever see a red ladybird any more they are almost all bright electric blue!
It can be quite perturbing when nature goes all wonky. I hope that things can be put back together again now.
Here' smiling at you my friend. x0x0x

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