This Monday morning the wind chill is well below zero after a couple of almost 60° days last week. The majority of the snow has melted, sap is running across the area, and my seedlings are doing well. All good things.
The best thing from this past week was a short visit with my grandson while we worked on a project together. Key words here are grandson, visit and project. 🙂
I didn’t need a pandemic to remind me that family is first. All the pandemic did was cause a huge hole in my heart from not being able to see and hug family.
During this past year my grandson grew to be the tallest in the family, his voice has deepened, and he’s gone from being a teenager to a young man. These days, I look up to him but am still flooded with so many good memories that I fight back tears as I hope all the best for him that life has to offer.
Grandchildren burrow their way into your heart with those little arms around the neck and running at you pell mell for a hug. Those feelings don’t change even when the person is almost 6′ tall.
I started blogging nine years ago and enjoyed sharing grandchildren adventures with my fellow ‘grandma bloggers.’ One of those lovely ladies is Lisa Carpenter, grandmother to six handsome boys. You can find Lisa posting regularly at Grandma’s Briefs.
She asked me to read and review it for her. I was thrilled. There was a challenge in the shipment of my copy, and it ended up that I received two copies.
Since I never want to let a good book not be utilized, if you’d like one of these copies for yourself or someone who is about to be a grandmother, just let me know in the comment section, and I’ll ship it off to you for your enjoyment.
Wishing you a safe, happy, and fun week. I’ll be finding my fun indoors tending my seedlings, reading, and starting a new fabric project. So, what are you up to this week as winter holds on?