Preparing & Celebrating…..

You guys are such a blessing! Thank you for your notes, comments, and e-mails about the loss of my grandmother last week. They were all sweet ministry to me. It has been quite a week…..but God has seen us all through and is pushing us into a new season.

This past weekend we got to celebrate this lovely ‘little girl’……

{She’s always been my ‘hat buddy’….we both love hats!}

who now looks like this…….

and turned 15 yesterday! She blesses us each and every day and we had fun celebrating our middle one over the weekend. She is a treasure. Today we are headed out to get

THE PERMIT! {Prayers are very welcome…..}

She’s so excited. Just another facet of this new season.

We are also preparing to head down to Atlanta to see Nanna & Papa…always a fun trip. We will get to go to some fun places and have some fun adventures.  I’m excited about all of them…but I think I am MOST excited about The Country Living Fair!

I’ve always wanted to go, and it was such a fun surprise to find out we would get to be there this year.  Have any of you ever attended?  If so, be sure to let me know some ‘not-to-misses’, etc. :) It will be nice to get away for a bit.

I will be sure to share pictures and tell you all about it when we return.

Hope you week is off to a great start~

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  1. Hi! I stumbled across your post when I published a post this morning about Country Living Fair! I am in Richmond, VA and will be a vendor there this year for the second time. If you feel like it, mosey over to the blog to see some photos of last year’s Fair. It is the most concentrated bunch of talent and creativity you can imagine. And it looks as though the weather gods will be smiling on us (keeping fingers crossed!). If you have a mind to, please come and visit me in my booth and introduce yourself! I would love to meet you. Cackie

  2. Katherines Corner says:

    Gentle hugs fro your loss, I trust your sadness will be replaced with fond memories. Congrats to this lovely young lady on her 15th birthday. They grow so quickly. Our granddaughter turned 13 this year. xo

  3. So sorry to hear about your losing your grandmother. It is really hard. I lost my Nana about 12 years ago and both my parents last year. I often still think,” I ought to call Mom and tell her . . . .” and then I remember she’s not there to share with, so I understand your sorrow. Please accept my prayers as you go through this difficult time, but you will get past it and still have your lovely memories.

  4. So sorry to read about your loss! Loved the post about your 15 year old. She is beautiful – just like her mama!

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