Friday, April 5, 2013

Home again, home again!

And it feels good, but not like spring yet at 43 this morning!



We did see some dogwood and Bradford trees beginning to bloom in the Atlanta area, where it was mighty slow moving. This serves as a reminder of why we no longer live there.

So the wee boys came over to see us, and the big kids did too. Those wee ones grew quite a bit during the winter. Loved getting those good hugs.

Missy escaped the switch from Moho to car and evaded MM every time he tried to grab her. She had to spend the night outside, all by herself. She was waiting by the door to come in this morning, eager for breakfast!

Mechanic Man has some stuff to do to the Moho this week, so we left it up the hill at the shop. At least Missy remembered the way home. Lesson learned? Maybe.

So today it is unload and regroup day. We'll git-er done a bit at a time, maybe slow...like Spring.

Have yourselves a ginger peachy day, y'all! I sure will...I have two wee boys here to hug before getting to work!

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5 comments:

Sandee said...

All our blooms are gone and replaced by green leaves. It's way past the spring colors. We start in February here. I sure love all those buds though.

I'm glad you are home safe and you'll have everything back in order in no time. That's just the way you roll.

Poor Missy. She figured out she messed up already. I'm glad she's inside and safe.

Have a fabulous day and weekend honey and welcome home. Big hugs from warm and sunny California. ☺

ivana said...

Wellcome!
The kids grow so quickly...and we get older more quickly!!!

We also have bad weather, cold and rain, we hope it change, works in the town sould go on, the activities in the countryside must be done!

Have a great time at home!
Big hugs, honey!!!

Barb and the Gs said...

The good news? The dogwoods here are beginning to pop! The bad news? That rain front thingy may have brought a nasty cold front with it. We're still only 51°. bug.ger.

I know you're glad to be home with the the grands! Enjoy!

big hugs xoxo



Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

oh and the water is back too! love that...

i may come up in july!

hugs, bee
xoxo

Jean(ie) said...

Welcome back home. LOL! Poor Missy! Stubborn girl.

I know you're glad to be back with the kids.