“Modern communication keeps us aware of catastrophes and world wide sorrows, yet we know not the plight of our next door neighbors. We get instant answers and spend little time just being curious . I am not denying the many advantages we are afforded today, but sometimes, it feels like we lost something, beautiful. . . ” A snippet from Rabbit Patch, a favourite blogger of mine.
It is the hour just after the “early service”, (which happens no matter where I am) . . . . and I am as “happy as a lark”. My Tres is home! He slept under my roof and will eat at my table. . . Moments I treasure, above most, are when the children come home.
Tomorrow is another “holiday” for my family. We are gathering to celebrate almost recent and in the near future birthdays. We will honor Christian, Daddy and Lyla. Daddy and Christian had March birthdays-and Lyla has the “in the near future” birthday. Her third birthday is April fifth-and rest assured you will hear more about that.
Tres and my son Brant, both live in Wilmington, about three hours from the rabbit patch. Brant is working this weekend or else, it would be a true “homecoming’. I did not know that Tres was coming til he…
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well this has made my morning-and my day! thank you so much! Please know it means so much to me. xoxoxMichele
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your words resonate so much with my thoughts. But you have a way of wording it, that I love very much
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