Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Outdoor Tuesday

Good Morning to you!  I am hoping that this weeks schedule and lack of moving will enable me to get back into blogland with both feet.  I am looking at blue skies, the Rockies capped in snow and green fairways on the golf course.  It is still cold, but I'm thankful the white stuff is gone.  I had planned to walk with Kam today, but she is a tad under the weather, which means I'll be unpacking more boxes.  It is down to mainly my sewing room.  You won't believe it, but our development has a annual garage sale and its this weekend-which means I've got to gather all my things up and get them ready.  Our girls will be joining me so it will make it more doable and fun. 
Hunter is so happy here and even though we have wrought iron fences in the back yard, with golfers going by, he doesn't seemed bothered at all. Maybe it is a visual thing for him; whatever reason hubby and I are happy he isn't barking non-stop.  I heard Coyotes for the first time Sat. night and they didn't sound at all like I expected them to sound. 
I hope you have a great day today and accomplish all that is on your list. 
Noreen & Hunter


  1. Good morning Noreen,
    I just read your post below. What a beautiful home you have.
    and looks like Hunter is really loving his new home too.
    Take your time with the unpacking. I had to many hands helping me and unfortunately I still can't find things.
    Have a blessed day.

  2. Sounds like things are going good. We are imagining that beautiful view
    Lily & Edward

  3. Glad you are settling in! We are out of the bad weather and today is the start of the nice weather again! A yard sale is a great way to meet the neighbors too!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  4. Wesa loves garage sales, to bad we can't run right over!
    stella rose

  5. Glad you have sun as we had the mother of all downpours and hail stones and scary thunder and lightning and we were smack bang in the middle of the park. Got home safe but drenched to put it mildly. Have a terrific dry Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  6. I have been in my home for nearly 20 years, I was talking with my MIL last night (who has been in her home for more than 50 years) neither of us can imagine the work it would take to move! I admire your stamina!!! Enjoy the beautiful day in CO! Blessings, Cindy

  7. Coyotes barking in the snow storm sounds beautiful!


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