Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Hello!



Hi friends!!

I am here...feeling better and miss you all!

Our computer crashed this weekend, and while I have internet access, it is extremely slow on our ancient laptop, so I have not been on my blog all week.  I will be back soon - can't wait to catch up with you guys!

Have a nice Wednesday!





12 comments:

Sandy Toes said...

Hope you are back soon :)!
-sandy toes

Rambling Girl said...

Hurry Back! I have been there so I know how dial up is. Love my DSL now.

PAT said...

Hoping to catch up with you soon!

duchess said...

You're missed.
Enjoy your down time.

Carol said...

So good to hear you're better! Looking forward to your next post.
Carol

Ashley Griffin said...

Know that you are missed!!! We will just keep checking for you everyday! As a side note, your spam code for me to spell says fookies!!

Laurie - Decorating Fanatic said...

Hello there! Just popping in - I know I have been MIA for awhile. I hear ya on the slow computer, all we have is slow dial up which takes me forever to go visiting anybody! Hope you are feeling better and get back to posting (such sound advice from ME, huh?!) I love the pumpkin & hydrangea picture on the front - such a beautiful combo.

Sarah said...

sorry about the computer. hope your feeling better soon!
Sarah
Vintage Lily

shell said...

Missing you girl!

Glitter and Bliss said...

I miss you too!!! So sorry about your computer and that you've been sick. That stinks!!!

ellen said...

Hope your new computer arrives soon. We need updates! And thanks for playing Santa for me... I really appreciate it!

Denise said...

miss you! come back!

~ Humility ~

Humility is perpetual quietness of heart.
It is to have no trouble.
It is never to be fretted or vexed, irritable or sore,
To wonder at nothing that is done to me,
to feel nothing done against me.
It is to be at rest when nobody praises me,
And when I am blamed or despised;
it is to have a blessed home in myself
where I can go in and shut the door
and kneel to my Father
in secret and be at peace,
as in a deep sea of calmness, when all
around and about is trouble.