Hello again! My blog break (and FB and I-gram) were quite long enough. I removed my blog roll so I wouldn't be tempted to break my fast. I'll put it back up soon (it's a fussy thing and takes a while). I missed this place and the kind people like yourself who read this blog.
The other day I was Granny Writing Teacher. We had fun! Plum Cake (3 years old) held her own with the older girls!
We prayed before we began and we prayed during (my sister was at the doc for a check up and asked us to pray for her doctor anxiety).
We've gone a bit overboard with all the Valentine stuff at the grocery store. The red tulips are so cheery.
One of Kelli's friends came to our "girl time - talk about Jesus time" and she hadn't been to our house. She thought the heart display in the dining room was just for Valentine's Day. No. I am not that ambitious with holiday decorating.
Our kitchen island finally came! I love it, but it is a smidge larger than I anticipated so I am trying to decide just how to position it. It's a bit of a puzzle.
I colored a few teapots.
I sent a few letters.
Our son Brad has a new hobby. He has many interests (bagpipes, remember) and I am quite impressed with his ability to carve!I forget if I told you that Kelli's family has a new cat. Henry. Isn't he cute? He's VERY peppy!
One day I went to Jeff and Christie's to see James' kitty (and of course James). Isn't she cute? She has pink claw protectors.I ironed a pink tablecloth and arranged some heart dishes.
I am reading this book. It's a day-by-day plan that continues for thirty days. Below you can see Day #1. It's a prelude to putting the finishing touches on my Rule of Life.
Here are some cherry hearts for you. Be careful that they don't stick to your dental work.
I got to bed too late many days last week and this week I aim to tuck us in early. It makes a big difference when I am tired and I HATE to be tired. So, here's to a great week for all of us! God be with you, Sweetie Pie.