and you shall see . . . Aria Lee! She's our new granddaughter, born April 30th! Isn't she a sweet little pea with a heap of black hair? Her daddy had the same hair do when he was born! We can't wait to see her! We have to settle for photos for now.
I am crazy about Lark Rise to Candleford. I've watched six episodes thanks to Netflix and another disk came today. Yahoo! I know many of you have read this delicious book. I am savoring it. I would like to read it aloud to myself with my fake British accent, but as you know, I do not live alone so I have to wait for some empty house moments. Smile.
Five more weeks of school and THEN I'll have more time to read the hours away. This book is a doing book. There are many intriguing exercises within.
I finally went outside with my camera today. Spring is doing a super duper job of decorating this year. Our neighbors have many flowery fruits, so I tromped around in their gardens, too.
Today, Sam came over and played with us. I wrapped her up in my pink, knitted shawl and cradled her for two blissful baby naps. Then, Kelli and Bryan stopped by on their way home from the mountains. Birdie and Miss Bug ran around in the backyard. I'm going to take a few days off to go up to Brad and April's so I can play with CB and Finn and hold brand new little Aria. I am one happy granny.
I had a bad cold this week and I felt wimpy at school. I went to bed early last night and now I feel great. Please don't let up on your blog postings. I like to read about what you are up to. I read all your posts. I'm SO blessed by your pictures and your nice words. You KNOW how I love nice people and I do try to gather up as many nice people into my little Pom Pom circle as I possibly can. Thanks for circling up with me.