Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Thank you. Come again.

Hello friends.

The last few weeks have been very tiring for me. My hubby has been off doing Army stuff. That means that he has been running missions. But I'm not one of those Army wives who gets into all the military lingo and all the details. Also, my parents have been moving out of their house as I have mentioned before. They are now completely moved out and the grade work for their new house is officially underway as of today.

It seems like every waking moment there is something else that needs to be done. And sooo much of my time and energy has been going towards finishing P90X that my housework has been a little slack. I could go on and on and on. But there's no need. What it all boils down to is that I haven't had time to post. I have barely had time to breeze through all the blogs that I read on a regular basis. And if I had three seconds to comment on your blog, then it was a rare and special three seconds.

I saw the photo above on Design Sponge and just about lost myself for a minute. I had to close my eyes and shake my head to pull myself back to reality. It looks like summer perfection, doesn't it? I can just feel the soft breeze and smell the sweetness of fresh green growth. My husband's birthday is this weekend and I'm really hoping for some quality relaxation in the warm sunshine. He's hoping for a bunch of friends around a big bonfire. I have to admit, that sounds pretty good. I hate to be so busy that I miss what is going on around me. Right now, spring is going on. And that is just too good to miss.

Much love to you all. Don't forget about me. And as always, thanks for stopping by.


Sarah Klassen said...

Oh my! You certainly have been busy!

My thoughts + wishes are for you to have some moments of relaxation amoungst these busy, busy days. Don't forget to spoil yourself, even if it's just a small bouquet of cheery yellow tulips -- sometimes they make all the difference :)

Hope you get to make it to that bonfire!


Amy E. Strodl said...

I feel EXACTLY the same way! Here's to a lazy summer!

xoxo, Amy (over at Varnish)

Anonymous said...

Nice post, very genuine. I check your blog every now and then but this is the first time I comment.
Hope your husband is doing fine. Cheers.