Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Toosday thoughts



Well, I can tell ya that going back and forth getting everything out of the moho, clean, and then put back in place sure makes a gal park her tiara for awhile.

I am gaining ground, but slowly.  After all, there is no deadline (except in my head) to get finished.

Easter Sunday brought sunshine, a beautiful service (with our new lady priest), and a fabulous Easter Feast afterward.  Logan got a photo of his girls and me (Moho Man got detained somewhere inside the parish hall):

Dyer gals, Saqndy

Yep, that sunshine was bright, making us all squinty eyed, and we haven’t seen the sun since.  Sprinkles of rain have been happening off and on, with more to come…just when I want to wash the quilt and hang it out to dry.  Bummer.  Plan B:  use dryer.

And just for the record, Haley was wearing heels, and I had on flats.  I am still shorter than she is, but not THAT much. 

Life is good here in Mayberry.  Have yourselves a ginger peachy day.  We will try!


Sandee said...

What a great shot of you all. Smiles all around too.

It's raining here this morning and we are most thankful. It's already so dry and spring just arrived. Another year of drought.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to the happy babies. ♥♥♥

Paul Pietrangelo said...

Wonderful photo showing beautiful ladies. It's raining here in Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada. Very cool also. Try to have an enjoyable day my friend. See ya.

Cruisin Paul

Barb said...

Lovely ladies, all!

It seems that I am NOT shorter than practically anyone except maybe my brothers... no matter the shoes. Except for my sister Janice, I think we're all taller than our parents. Curse or blessing? Beats me... It is what it is. :)

Rain is either falling or threatening to fall, thwarting Al's deck painting plans for the last 2 weeks. He cancelled off again today so, of course, it is sunny. lol.

Have yourself a lovely Mayberry day. big hugs xoxo

Joy said...

It's a good picture even with the sun in your eyes. But yes, today, using the dryer is a good idea. I'm not complaining about the rain, though, it washes the pollen out of the air.

Jean(ie) said...

Look at all you beautiful ladies! Sounds like you're busy. But that's a good kind of busy.

Rajiv Sankarapillai said...

Good post :)

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

I love the photo! I know exactly how hard it is to get settled when you move back and forth too. But worth it when done! I am so glad you come here!!! I treasure your friendship.

smiles, bee