After two weeks in Tenn, I walked back through
this door today!
I am so thankful for the opportunity to spend such a special
time with our son's family. It was so sweet to be able to help
and to get to know our new little grandson.
I whispered, "Gran loves you!"over and over in his ear.
Since I am not sure when I will see him again,
I am hoping he will remember my voice.
I know, I know...he's only a week old, but a Gran
can hope, can't she?
Hubby did a good job of holding down the fort!
Our flowers, bushes and plants are looking
colorful and healthy.
I ran around snapping pics just as a rain shower started!
It didn't last long, but it made the air smell so fresh.
Aren't you glad God made colors?
I think it was one of His best ideas!
I've probably said this before, but our hydrangea grew from
a cutting from Hubby's grandad's bush.
So, it is very special to us and I love the shade of blue!
This pretty little stuff comes back every year...bigger!
It fills in an empty place by our patio.
I can't for the life of me remember it's name, but I'm sure glad
I bought it three years ago!
We bought our house from the Thompson's back in 1976.
They planted a single row of day lilies in our front yard.
They bless us with their bright yellow arrival every May!
They're like a gift from the former owners. :-)
I got a little teary when it was time to leave our
Little H, but as Dorothy (Wizard of Oz) said,
"There's no place like home!"
And, God's rainbow of colors welcomed me