Taken by a blog friend on the steps of the old Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells, Texas. A testament to the fact that when you blink, life can change forever.
Two summers ago I had a summer of filling my sand pail with wonderful, intentional, living memories. I would scoop ever chance to add sand in my pail. Last year, I feel I just wore a "life preserver" to keep my head above water, as I got swept down the stream of unemployment, which sent me to start two businesses. This summer, I am settling into my new walk of being employed, and I don't want to blink.
We gathered with my mother-in-law to celebrate her 99th birthday in June, then the rest of the month started to sweep me off my feet with wonderful events. As I was pondering how fast the summer is breezing by, I heard the song, Don't Blink.
My motto for this summer....Don't Blink. So while I am trying to not blink, I might not be around the blog world much until fall. I am grabbing every, non-working moment, with my Benjamin and family. I am kissing my grandsons, while watching my 18 year-old grow facial hair, excited about the new houses two of our adult children are buying, and watching a new relationship blossom. I am pestering my gray-hair hubby of 34 years to take me to free concerts. I am also going camping!!
I pray you have a wonderful summer and take in all the vitamin D you can from the sun, while trying not to blink!
I will be back. I just have to show pictures of the seven month decorating job I completed. From paint to towels.................I think it is done!!!