If you're part of this blog you know we all celebrate little things and big things every Friday, thanks to Lexa Cain who continued this blog. I hope you all have lots to celebrate this week.
- My husband's nephew has an adorable new baby named Hannah Sue. She's so precious. Naturally, we're all happy she arrived safely and all is well.
- The bunny brood is out of their nest and on their own. Their nest was under one of the lawn chairs in our sons' yard. It seemed like the perfect place where they had shade and protection.
- Otto Audi is behaving well.
- Our son, Brendan mowed the grass with our mower Harrison John Deere. Harrison must be happy to have his new tires. My husband says the others were so worn when you turned the steering wheel it kept going straight!
- In about a month, Randi Lee Maillox's anthology, The Turning Point will be out! So many wonderful stories to share with you.
What are you celebrating this week?
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Hi Deanie, some lovely celebrations this week. A new baby in the family is always special.ReplyDelete
Yes, it's very special indeed Suzanne. Thanks for visiting and commenting. Have a great weekend.Delete
New Babies. New Bunnies. New life is so precious!!!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful weekend Deanie!!!
It certainly is, Cathrina. An amazing reason to celebrate. Hope you're enjoying lots of time with Hazel. Happy weekend.ReplyDelete
Congrats to your family on new little Hannah Sue! It's great to hear Otto and bunnies are well, and that the grass has been mowed with the help of son and new tires. Sounds like all is as it should be. Have a lovely weekend!ReplyDelete
Thank you Lexa. We hope you have a great weekend as well. thank you for stopping by. Always love hearing from you.ReplyDelete
Congrats on the new baby! Glad to hear everything is well with the new family. Those bunnies must be so adorable. It sounds like all your vehicles are running well. The grass is finally starting to grow here. I'll have to mow it soon. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
The bunnies are out on their own now, Lori. They hopped out of their nest. The boys miss them, but they still see the mama now and then. Glad it's warmer for you and the grass is growing. Thanks for stopping by.ReplyDelete