Where does the time go?
D.and C. pulled out of here about 9 p.m. last Sunday. We sure enjoyed having them here, and hated it that they had to leave balmy Florida weather to return to freezing rain and 20 degrees.
They even drove through Georgia while the area was under a tornado watch. They made it home safe the next morning. It is about a thirteen hour trip, and there is no way I could drive that straight through, those days are gone forever. It is all I can do to drive to our daughters house in the Keys, and that takes eight hours. I really wish we all lived in the same area.....but we are strung out from the top of Illinois to the tip of Florida. If you have all of your family close by you are truly BLESSED. By the way the kittens have adjusted to their new home and have the run of the place and best of all they are together, inside, and are truly loved. I miss their funny little antics, but was soooo glad to get my craft room back.
Resting up for the 700 mile trip home seemed to be a little more important than watching our favorite guy loose the Dayton's 500.
I'm working on a graduation gift and as soon as I finish that I will be able to get back to what we all call different things, from art, to craft, to just having fun. I hope to have some time to get around to visit you all soon. BE BLESSED! p.s. this is my first born "baby" D.