Monthly Archives: April 2012
Today has been very relaxing. No yard work, no shed-building. Fantastic church service, and great lunch with my daughter, Jamie and husband, Rick. The only one missing was Josh. I’m happy he’s happy, but I sure do miss my son.
I’m thankful for being tired–very tired. Rick and I put up a shed today. Something we’ve been talking about for several years. I’m sore and sunburned, but so happy we were able to get it done, together. I will sleep … Continue reading
I’m thankful for a great time with my daughter. We had breakfast together, then went to see “The Lucky One.” A little shopping after that, then home to find a 5 star review of Broken Vessels. I have a feeling … Continue reading
Surprise! Surprise! I won last week’s challenge. The winning photo was #1 This week’s challenge different from the previous ones. Instead of choosing a place or specific item, we decided on a color–the color red. It’s also different that we only … Continue reading
Well, I suppose it’s safe to say that today I’m thankful that my first novel “Broken Vessel” was officially released today. This has been a dream of mine for over ten years. I had to do a lot of learning … Continue reading
I’m thankful for new living room couches, and that I was able to give the old ones away. The delivery men were prompt, friendly, and quick. On another note, this wasn’t a great day for Mom, which upsets Dad, but … Continue reading
Today I’m thankful for a former student who messaged me today. We got to catch up and chat for a bit. I’m so proud to be a small part of Xander (Alexander) Pantinakis’ life. The times we’ve shared in drama … Continue reading
I had my 6 month mammogram today, and all is well, so I’m thankful for a good report. I’m also thankful for the fabulous weather and getting some yard work done. My father also had a good doctor report today. … Continue reading
Today I’m thankful for a phone call from my son just because he wanted to talk. A definite mom moment. I’m also thankful that on his first Sunday away from home, he attended church.