Fear not, I have been otherwise occupied with holiday revelings. Ever wonder what that term means? Sounds daring to me. My holidays were filled with love. My oldest son, Paul, visited for several days. I didn't cry. What I should say is that I didn't cry when he arrived and I didn't cry when he left, but good golly miss molly!! did I cry whenever I set my peepers on him all the time he was home. And I had to keep hugging him, hoping that in doing so I could turn back the hands of time and he would be mine all over again! It is so very hard to let them go, isn't it? How DARE they grow up!! I couldn't believe my eyes.He is an intelligent, charming and mostly grown man. I say mostly grown because despite his facial hair and the letters after his name, I will consider him all grown up when I am. And that will be the twelfth of never !!
I am a very poor photographer but I was able to get a few good shots of Paul and Sarah the night before he left.
The entire family spent Christmas at my folks home and it was a good time for all of us. We are ever mindful of the blessings that we still have my Mom and Daddy around. Okay, enough of Christmas memories - I will be boo-hooing for missing my son again.
I have learned . . .
Do you make New Years Resolutions? I don't. I mean I may think of a few things that I would like to do or accomplish but hard and fast resolutions? Not me. I do try to write down a few things that I have learned during the course of the year.
1. One doesn't need to be brilliant or even well versed in HTML to get a website going. All you need are a few folks who believe in you, google, and a patient husband who knows how to cook. Thank you, my HARTS.