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{Happy Resurrection Day}

I hope that you all have enjoyed this beautiful Easter Sunday. He is risen! I wanted to end the month of March in sharing a few of my favorite photos from the month.  Celebrated my favorite grandsons birthday. Conner is 18 now!  Our beautiful Mallory Grace all decked out for the prom. The youngest grands (sisters) were flower girls in their uncle's wedding. The oldest one was in her element of dress up. The younger one, not so much. THAT HAIR BAND ITCHED HER HEAD she said!  I purchased a new pair of wedges that I love. I am always skeptical about ordering shoes or clothing but read the reviews on Amazon and went for it. Love the color and the style.  The youngest grand loves to take selfies and play with the filters.  Marty colored Easter eggs. He always colors at least a dozen every year. He always says he's doing it for the grands but I know he does it because of the inner child in him! LOL! I went with the little ones to Disney on Ice and we had the best time. I think I enjo

{Where Has The Month Gone?}

 Oh my! February is about to bring us into March! I just realized that this is Leap year. However, the older  I get the more TIME seems to leap! Anyone else feel that way? 

We have celebrated my birthday month as us Conner women believe in celebrating all month and have taken a few days away to enjoy the beautiful North Ga Mountains, our favorite place to go. I'll share a few pictures of our February days. 


Birthday outing for some sushi for my birthday was on my list of things to do. 


The weather was wonderful for our mountain trip. It was cold in the mornings and after the sun went down but so beautiful during the day. Here's a few pictures of the cabin. 




It was lovely and we always enjoy being on "Mountain time".


We enjoyed several outings each day and I found a Christmas store called "Always Christmas". Well needless to say for someone that loves ALL THINGS CHRISTMAS a few ornaments came back home with me! 


Mountains and Christmas go together to me! LOL!


We also celebrated my Fatherinlove's 89th birthday this month. He is the sweetheart of our family and so very loved by many. 


And isn't this the cutest biscuit? Hardees was making heart shaped biscuits for Valentines. 


I got a new tee shirt and love it! Some of my favorite songs.


I took some time one day to make my grandpups some healthy treats! I do not have animals but our children did growing up. Now my grandchildren enjoy their fury friends. So Nana decided to make all five some treats, Annie, Molly, Bo, Roxy, and Maggie. We always have more girls in our family than boys. LOL!

I will close with once again asking my friends to say a little prayer for me. I am still struggling with showing pockets of pneumonia and have been since September. I've been on so much medication and I will do better for a while and then bam! I am now under a new specialist as the one I saw in December was not a good fit for me. We do have a plan of action but of course that comes with the process of elimination as well as trying different things and LOTS of tests. I am giving thanks to my Lord for every day as it is truly a gift my friends. We take so much for granite but I am thankful that I serve the GREAT Physician. 

Till next time, may the Lord bring you blessings of good days, good health and sweet moments of life to enjoy. 
Hugs and blessings, Cindy


   






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  1. Hi Cindy, love that birthday t-shirt that matches your shoes. That cabin is amazing! I will be praying for you and your health issues. It seems that with age, time goes by way to fast, and the body decides to slow us down and not heal as fast. But at least our spirit is strong in the faith and our Lord will be our strength to get through things. Take care of yourself!♥

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  2. Oh, Cindy, I am so sorry you are still battling this pneumonia thing, but glad that you have been able to still get out and enjoy your birthday month...especially in the mountains! Love the cabin and the pictures from that beautiful place that we love so much too! Love your t-shirt! 65? Wow! Congratulations...but you are still a "baby" to me! LOL. I have a few years on you, but can say that the 'best is yet to come". With Jesus, every year just gets better and better. Praying you will start feeling so much better. It's always good to hear from you. God bless you dear friend.

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  3. Happy Birthday Cindy! Celebrating all month long is the way to go! Your mountain cabin looks dreamy, especially the fire pit and the hot tub! I am so sorry you're battling health issues, you certainly look healthy in your photos. I hope the new doctor works out~Prayers and prayers 💕
    Jenna

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  4. I left a comment yesterday but I must not have pressed Publish. Any way. Here I am again.
    I'm glad you had a lovely birthday month. The cabin in the mountains looks so cozy.
    I do hope you get completely over the pneumonia and that the new specialist will be a better "fit".

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  5. Happy birthday, Cindy! Celebrating for the entire month is a great idea. Your trip to the mountains looks beautiful. Love the cabin! I am so sorry you are having these issues with pneumonia. Prayers for you sweet lady!

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  6. How cute you look, girlfriend, in that adorable birthday shirt and shoes! I love seeing your trips to the mountains for your getaways. Your father in love is a sweetheart! How fun to celebrate both of you this month. You know I’m praying for you and hoping that this clears up and this new specialist gets things figured out. God bless you, sweet lady!

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  7. It makes my heart happy to see you so happy and having a wonderful time with Marty celebrating your birthday, doing fun and special things - I just LOVE that mountain cabin, what a glorious getaway! You are always in my prayers dear friend, and I am believing the Lord that there will be a turning point of healing in your lungs! In Jesus name, I pray! Your birthday shirt is adorable, and I love your song-shirt also - many blessings to you dear friend!

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  8. I love that t-shirt. Happy birthday to you and your fatherinlove! I always enjoy your cabin trips and photos. Stunning views and the cabin looked so lovely. Those biscuits were so cute and so were the doggie treats you made for your grandpups! I will be saying a prayer for you my friend!

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  9. Those mountain cabins are always so homey, comfortable, and beautiful. I enjoy the pictures you post from your trips (actually, I enjoy all your snapshots from anywhere!!!). The graphic about being confident in God's plan is so good. Thanks for sharing that. And yes, I have been keeping you in my prayers regarding your health. I want you to be strong and healthy!!!

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  10. celebrating all month ... I LOVE that, Cindy. Your mountain vacation spot was lovely ... and your pictures so beautiful. praying for peace as you navigate this challenge to your health. you're such an inspiration to us all.
    ox

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Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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