Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Its so nice to be back home again. We enjoyed visiting some of the kids but I was happy to sleep in my own bed again. We spent a couple of days in Lexington at Ray and Sharons and then went on to TN to visit my daughter Maggie and her family. We spent one night in a nice little motel that had a wonderful country restaurant. We had a nice picnic lunch beside the river near Maggie's and watched the geese in the water. What was surprising was all the buzzards in the trees and flying around. There wasn't anything dead around, and Maggie says they stay in the trees there all the time. We also went by the cemetery and placed flowers on dads, mothers and my stepdads graves. While at Maggie's I took a photo of Lincoln's grave. Lincoln is my little grandson that didn't get a chance to experience this world. So there were some fun, happy moments and a few sad moments, but all in all we had a nice trip.William left this morning going to PA (wave to him Ms Maggie). My day will be getting self and home back to a normal routine. Enjoy your day, enjoy your home, enjoy your family and of course enjoy your blessings of the day!

What, know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? 1 Corinthians 6:19

There's a thing to remember; that you don't belong to yourself at all; and are bound to do the best you can with your time, and strength, and everything.
Photos above are from our picnic at the river in Newport, TN


Kristy said...

Those chicks are so gorgeous!My girls are really into the swapping thing and I've had to convince them that those cuties aren't up for swapping!I've been a little busy for the last few days just catching up with your blog!Your bedroom looks so cosy I love a room that looks evolved rather that staged.

Maggie Ann said...

Wonderful pictures from your picnic. Sounds like you had a wonderful time.

ms*robyn said...

buzzards ! wow,never seen a buzzard except on cartoons.
I have an angel in heaven too - xoxo