There's always a lot going on behind the scenes with any blogger that we can not know about — sometimes troubling things; probably even good things. One of my blogging buddies said that she'd pray for me if I needed it and I thanked her by saying that there is always a need for prayer. ☺
So I'm still experimenting. Yesterday, I experimented by not commenting anywhere (oh, all right, three know better) and I didn't make it to all my favorites. I waited up for Linda to post. Her darling was having some cardiac tests yesterday and I was concerned. This is how it gets for us in Blogdom — whether we think of each other as IRL or URL friends — we do become connected.
I have more to say on the topic, but you'll learn the rest of the story on Sunday.
Today, I have some photos I've been waiting to share of the grands' vacation at the lake. I am told that they had a fabulous time and were allowed some wonderful freedoms like bike riding over the paths without adult supervision — no cars after all. The youngest was heard to say, "This is the best day of my life!"
~in charge of fly swatting?~
~pumping water is an important chore~
~rainbow over Hills Head~
~sunset at the lake~
(All photos were taken by my daughter-in-law.)
I smile to see them there. My mother planned ahead for these moments that she does not get to see. Sigh.
Yes, I made a silly little graphic for closing comments. I have learned that not everyone reads to the end and several have become confused by comments being closed. This should remedy that.
Today, I hope to visit you!