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Showing posts from October, 2013

{Life Is A Precious Gift}

  Good Sunday Afternoon everyone. Hope that you all have had a wonderful weekend. I posted last on May 8th...I think...Seems like so much has happened since then. I am going to try and catch up this week with my blogging friends. Wanted to share a few fun pictures since I have last posted. These little girls sure enjoy fishing with papa. Our six year old granddaughter pulled in her fish all by herself and was so proud. The four year old eats more bread than she lets the fish have! LOL!  We had a nice harvest of potatoes. Some still had  few green spots but I can cut those off and we are good to go. I've already roasted potatoes and made potato soup. Mashed potatoes are up next.  Marty and I had a day date recently and stopped at Maple Street Biscuit. My, my! Now this is a biscuit and so yummy.  I was doing some baking for a fund raiser and decided since I was on a roll with the baking I would make Marty a fresh raspberry and lemon loaf cake drizzled with lemon glaze. It turned out

Happy Fall!

 Image Credit I have felt somewhat out in left field lately with so many other responsibilities that I have not had the time to blog or to look at some of  your blogs. The last time I blogged was September 11th. A lot has happened in the last few months that has taken a lot of my most needed attention. I have "given" myself permission to blog when I can and when I can't then I just can't. Do you get that way sometimes? You feel like you have to give yourself permission to be what you can, when you can and to whom you can?  I have missed some of you guys a lot and I know that several of my sweet blogging friends has kept me abreast of things and also has been my prayer partner over the past few months. THANK YOU from the depths of my heart!  I've had ladies ask me, "why do you blog?" and I guess my truthful answer would be that it is a way for me to express myself..whether it be sharing the things that I am passionate about or simply the things