Monday, March 1, 2010

Don't you just love it when your week begins full speed with a promise to continue. Truly, what a blessing to be alive in such a time as this. Here it is dinner time and I'm just now thinking about a post, oh my! This morning I spent time with our youngest daughter, who is on restricted physical activity prompted by a recurring problem at the end of pregnancy. This week is filled with several appt's for her so I will be joining her girls bright and early tomorrow and Wednesday. I can't imagine life without our grandchildren nearby. This afternoon hubby and I ran out to our oldest's home; he worked on some model planes with the boys and I got to hold baby and also watch the two other girls work on a collage. Such Fun!
So over the next week or so I probably won't be posting as much as normal, but I'll be around. Even if I'm not posting, you can be sure I'll be visiting your blogs.
Blessings to you this day,


  1. Sounds like a busy week ahead. Have a good one helping out with your loved ones! :o)

  2. Morning sweet Noreen,
    Hope you have the time of your life with all those delightful grandbabies, and what a blessing you are to your daughters, I am sure they love you to pcs. and so appreciate what a great Mom and Grammy you are.
    Have a grand week hon,
    Love and Blessings, Nellie

  3. Noreen, I can't blame you for spending time with those grandbabies. My goodness I can't imagine not being able to see ours either. Enjoy your week...don't do too much...*wink*. Hugs,

  4. It's always good to stop by and see your smiling face. You are a blessing to me.

    Love you,

  5. Hope you have a great week. I am looking forward to a quiet week - a welcome after months of working 50-60 hours each week.

  6. I agree! Having the kids close by is really special. Tonight we are going to Blade's math and science show at 5:15 p.m.



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