Good morning to you all. Here in Colorado we are having cold, rainy and somewhat slushy weather; snow is in the forecast for the day and I'm glad I can stay inside. Hunter is off to the groomer and if he thought it was cold out when I took him this morning, he will be in for a shock when he gets done.
These are the mornings when it feels so good to be retired and able to stay under the covers a bit longer. Last night we were under a freeze warning, so dear hubby threw old sheets over the plants in front; now they are soaking wet and dirty so I put them in the wash. I would hate to loose our Mums so soon. My Hydrangea is just starting to bounce back from the hailstorm and I'd hate to loose it again.
The weekend will be quiet; our oldest girl and her hubby are going out to dinner tomorrow night, so five of her six will be with us for the evening. Last night we had our youngest daughter's four over and it never ceases to amaze me at how calm they can be until their parents get back-then it is pure craziness. I remember experiencing the same thing when we'd leave our two with family or friends, only to come back and have them act up. Whoever had watched them always told us they were great until we came back-must be a kid thing.
I hope you have a wonderful day today and an excellent weekend!
Lots of love,
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