Staying busy with taking care of the husband and doing some of the things that he normally does. He is progressing very well and is walking without any assistance with very little pain! Yay!!! Of course, that means I have to watch him like a hawk because he will think he can do more than … Continue reading Popping In To Say Hi
Hope everyone had a great Christmas this year. Ours was lovely. I kept trying to get some photos of our decorations posted but there always seemed to be something else that needed my attention more. I am usually much later in posting. At least it is still December this year and we are still celebrating … Continue reading Christmas – It’s Over in Some Places, But Not Here!
Here in NW Georgia, we were surprised earlier this month with some unusual weather. It snowed! Well, we aren't that unaccustomed to snow. We do get a little bit most winters but it's usually a dusting or maybe two or three inches. This time we got a whopping 8-9 inches. At our house, it was … Continue reading Snowy Early December
I love this photo from one of my many trips to Jekyll Island, GA. Such a beautiful little island. The ocean always seems to bring my heart closer to God. I think it is the magnitude of it and how it makes me realize how small I am and how enormous He is and that … Continue reading Always There Psalm 139:10
We are empty nesters so we don't do much on Halloween. In fact, when we had our farm, we had no trick or treaters the entire 21 years that we lived there. So we are a bit rusty when it comes to participating in the spookiest night of the year!This year we are in a … Continue reading A Little Halloween Fun
Quite a few months ago, a friend of mine asked me if I would be interested in donating one of my paintings for a silent auction being held to raise money for a high school theater group. I had been wanting to do an acrylic painting using a palette knife for awhile and decided to use that … Continue reading Maine Coast Receding Storm
Praying for the safety of those fleeing Irma, those who stayed behind, and those brave first responders who are standing ready to help all those in need.May God protect and keep you all. Blessings,Vicki