My sister loves to say living the new "normal"-glad you had a little bit of normal! the grill looks great!pve
Hello Cheryl:With any debilitating illness, one has to constantly reassess 'normal' or 'usual' since it changes all the time. How wonderful that you have been able, with the support of friends, to enjoy what for many is the most 'normal' of times, sharing food with family and friends outdoors.We were so pleased to receive your comment but are saddened by the news of Kenny's health concerns. We hope that you are taking care of yourself and enjoying 'normality' whenever and wherever it presents itself. You are both in our thoughts.
Dearest one!!! YOU ARE BACK! Oh have you been having a good time? I have. I go back to school in 12 days and I am not ready! SUMMER has set into my mindset and it is toooooooo good! THANK YOU FOR COMING OVER and enjoy the breezes of Rhode Island!!! Anita
Dearest Cheryl, Oh yes, yes...you are a caregiver and your blog post here makes all the sense in the world. Normal. I wish you peace. It is not an easy thing to obtain, but is available for us all, and I am sure you know how to find it in the middle of the things you are dealing with. Thank you again for taking the time to stop by. I hope your day is as bright as ours is out here in Minneapolis; a dry sunny 76 degree day.....Anita
I do not know where to find the a.a milne print. I felt fortunate when I found it on the internet while doing a seaside search. I saved it in my inspirational file and now do not know where it was from. I had never seen this drawing before! I will see what I can do this week...I may be able to print it onto a piece of artpaper for you. Not sure what size. I will play with it and see what I can do and then let you know. Email me your address and I will mail it to you as a gift. ox
So glad to see your post! Burgers and hot dogs on the grill say a lot! Wishing you all the good things normal can be!
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