Wednesday, August 20, 2008


Yes, I am feeling quite inspired as you can tell by the title
of this post. I have a very messy house filled with things to be given away, or sold.
Too many e-mails to read, and we have a very busy weekend ahead.
There have been babies born..another cute, but all the way in California.
More friends and relatives just waiting for their new arrivals.
Another baby shower this weekend. Relatives flying in from out of state...
pre-season football on television. The garden is bursting with fruit and veg and I have been trying
to get my hands on more canning lids. I really thought I had another box or two.
Of course, this house is so is possible.
My book post is stuck in limbo and I'm not sure what I did...I will re-write it later.
After I clean...and read to Princess some more.
I also promised we would go to the park and drive down the shore.
Farmer Dad will probably have to work late tonight....I am getting off this computer right now
and going to deal with everything on my to do list.
I'll be by to visit you all later..I promise!


8)(8 said...

I know the feeling. That is a lot to do.

Congratulations on the new nephew! And thanks for the award.

Anonymous said...

Wishing you a productive day. :)

rae said...

Just wanted to drop in and say thanks for your kind comments at my blog. I, too, have a day like none other - 15 for dinner tonight, plus more tomatoes than I can deal with.

I'll stop in again to "chat" in a day or so. I look forward to getting to know you better.

Mrs. Darling said...

Oh believe me. I do know how those days go! Hang in there.

patience said...

Have fun!!

Wendy Hawksley said...

I'm in the same place as far as emails to catch up on, housework to do, and a busy weekend ahead!

Brit said...

Sometimes I sit and think about all the things I should be doing right then, but then for some reason, I would much rathe sit here and read about what everyone else has to do!! I also know the feeling of having a nephew far away, it's hard to be on opposite coasts. Take care!

Cher Mere said...

Congrats on your new family members!

Good Luck!

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