Monday, September 5, 2011

After spending the evening last night, with our youngest, canning 40 pounds of peaches I am ready for a fun and relaxed day.  We've got our local town parade this morning but other than that we don't have much planned.  I hear the garden calling me to finish what I started yesterday but I may just take the day off.
Whatever you are doing, find some time to go have fun today.
Happy Labor Day!


  1. Noreen

    You deserve a relaxing day today. 40 pounds of peaches are a lot. umm you will enjoy all winter.

    We are relaxing today with no plans. We just got a new kitty last Friday so she is entertaining us.

    Tomorrow it is back to work and Wednesday it is back to the dentist to find out why this new filling is making my gums sore.

    Have a Happy Day!

  2. Have a very blessed day my friend.

    Love you,

  3. Sounds like a fun day!! We're spending it resting up from a busy weekend!! Good to read about your boy Reggie feeling good!! Our girl Reggie, is not so good today and I'm hoping she'll feel better later!

  4. Wish I could partake of your peaches...that sounds delicious!! Happy Labor Day!!

  5. That's a lot of peaches. I wish I'd been there to help and LEARN! Someday!

    Have a fun day!


  6. Hope you are having a fun and relaxed day Noreen! We are babysitting our grandson this afternoon...we love when we get to spend time with him! ♥

    I hope you have a wonderful week!

  7. Happy Labor Day to you Noreen! Canning 40 pounds of peaches; wow. I've never canned in my life but I do love peaches. How fun to have them all year long.


  8. Love peaches!

    Noreen, please pray for rain here in Texas. The fires continue...thousands more acres and 500 homes in the Austin area have been destroyed in the last couple of days.


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