Forward - From the Heartland of Carolina

This is a continuing story of the journey Forward shared by 2 people, Lynne and Tom. Both love to LIVE life to it's fullest, which currently means spending lots of time outdoors, working on various projects from gardens to patios, flowers to vegetables, sunrises and sunsets, birds and woodland critters, and spending time with family. Don't forget to check the monthly archives, and please feel free to leave us a comment so we know you stopped by.

Sunday, October 23, 2005

There is a saying that

time flies when you are having fun - guess that is true - can't believe that it has been 3 weeks since I last wrote here. When we started this I wanted to try and write every week - lol - those of you who know me well can quit laughing now *wink*. Well we have been having fun so there. The baby is gorgeous of course and growing 'like a weed" as her Daddy says. They are getting setteled into a routine and the proud Daddy has gone back to work full-time. Tom and I get to babysit her next Saturday am while mommy and daddy go to a class that they were suppose to go to the day Celeste arrived. Somehow I think we will do OK. The grandsons have one more week of football and then a break and then they start basketball - keeps their mommy busy. Andrew was named 'student of the month' for the month of October for his class - Congrats Andrew *thumbs-up*

Work, well actually play, here at the 'heartland' continues. I am getting the brick walkway done in Glenn's garden and am really pleased with how it looks. The fall veggie garden is yielding plenty of salad greens, first of the beets are almost ready to harvest, snap peas are about 2" high. We are looking at how to construct a sort of cold frame over the snap peas to protect them from heavy frost. Our weather continues to be beautiful - highs in the 70's and very pleasant evenings. We have had a couple of fires in the firepit and really enjoy sitting back relaxing and watching the stars and just talking. Temps this week are suppose to be in the 60's daytime and 40's at night and thats OK - makes for good cuddling weather with a fire. Life is wonderful here in the 'heartland'.

thank you for visiting our site and until the next time..............

~~he who plants a seed - believes in tomorrow~~


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm glad you are so dang happy! Love, Colton and family

27/10/05 11:50 PM  

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