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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

.... it all began Friday ....

It all began Friday!
I was planning to write an On The Road Friday post.

My mom called to say " your dad will be having oral surgery on Tuesday" 
My boys and I took some extra time to make something fun to mail to grandpa during his recovery.

The weather was lovely and a hike was calling to me.
Saturday I worked on expanding my flower gardens, planting spring bulbs, lilies and peony.

The next thing I know, Monday is here.
Our son Samuel will be starting his first part time job in the Sporting Goods of Farm and Fleet.
He is so excited. 
My husband and  I are too. It is fun to watch our children grow and get excited about new adventures.
With that came paper work and scheduling.

And a call from my husband that a friend of ours father died.

The next thing I know, it is Wednesday!
I am going to take the rest of the week off from blogging.

Have a blessed week my friends.

 
Carla


My flowers are still blooming. I made a bouquet for our friend using marigold and dill.

29 comments:

  1. Enjoy your break. Thank you for your kind comment on my post.

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  2. My dear Carla, isn't it amazing how quickly time flies by! I hope you enjoy your little break from blogging :) And please know that your dear friend will be in my prayers.

    Hugs to you!

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  3. Ah, life. I am so sorry to hear about your friend's dad. I hope your own dad is recovering and that your son loves his new job!!

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  4. That's a beautiful bouquet, Carla. You sound very busy. Somehow this fall has been an incredibly busy one for us too. I hope Sam has a good job experience.

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  5. Your flowers are gorgeous!! The colors are stunning. Sounds like Samuel found a good job! I hope your dad did well, that is NO fun.

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  6. Sending prayers, thoughts and a big hug - life can get so overwhelming and all at once! I'm thinking of you and I bet you didn't even know that while all that was happening, yesterday you made my day when I received the most beautiful postcard from you, it meant so much that you were thinking of me! Hugs my friend!!! xo I hope the first day in the job went well!

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  7. Who would have thought of marigolds and dill making such a beautiful bouquet. I love it! Don't the busy day simply fly. I'm happy for Samuel and his new job.

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  8. I'm sorry about your friend's dad. The bouquet is beautiful. Was looking for you at the Hodgepodge :)

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  9. Carla- It is amazing what changes a week can bring to a family, isn't it? I am so excited for your son and sorry for your friend's family losing their dad. Your Fall bouquet is just gorgeous. xo Diana

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  10. Such beautiful flowers. I hope your dad has a speedy recovery.

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  11. Everything is escaping me. I absolutely love the flowers and sincerely hope your dad comes out okay.
    A week. Sheesh!

    jane

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  12. Busy weeks come and go... life is just busy sometimes! I'm sorry about your friend's father, and also hope that your father's procedure went well. How exciting for you son to have a job! It opens up a whole new door of change, but that is part of parenting... and your flower creation of marigolds and dill is soo awesome, I love it! Hugs to you today... enjoy your break :)

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  13. Sorry about your friends dad. Hugs. Enjoy the break you deserve it.
    Kris

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  14. I understand totally....I haven't blogged much this week and won't until my Literary Friday post tomorrow. Next week isn't looking promising, either!

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    1. Busy. Busy. A break is always good...:)

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  15. Hi Carla, I hope your dad is doing better. I look forward to hearing about Samuel's job! Good for him. Your floral bouquet is gorgeous. You are so very talented. Take care, dear friend. Blessings to you and yours.

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  16. A busy week, indeed. So sorry to hear about your friend's father, and I hope your dad's recovery is speedy. I'm glad you had some time for gardening and family events. Enjoy your break.

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  17. I know what you mean; time just flies by. It'll be 2016 before we know it. Hope your dad returns swiftly to rude health. Wonderful flowers - I almost forgot!

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  18. Life is busy Carla, take care of yourself.

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  19. I'm so sorry to hear about your friend's father, Carla. I do hope your dad's oral surgery went well. How exciting for your son to have this new work opportunity.

    Take care, my friend. Sometimes life throws us so many things at once.

    ~Sheri

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  20. A first job for Samuel is exciting news! You are raising adventurous sons and I know he'll do great. Life surprises us at every turn and you're putting first things first, which is the way it should be. And looking ahead to your spring gardens!

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  21. Oh Carla, I was sorry to hear about your friend's dad.
    I do hope your own dad is recovering well and that your son likes his new job.

    That bouquet is lovely, the colours just perfect for this season.

    Have a good blogging break - see you on your return!

    All the best Jan

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  22. Praying your Dad recovers very well and sorry about your friend's Dad.. Everyone is so busy and time flies these days, eh? Take care and have a great weekend. xo

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  23. Carla, I just got your Halloween card in the mail. Thank you for the kind words. I love getting surprises in the mail!

    Happy Halloween! Hope you and the boys have a fun time. :)

    Sheri

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  24. What a week you have had. Looking forward to seeing all your lilies and peonies in bloom. Winter in Auckland is just not cold enough for me to be able to grow peonies, however they do grow well in other areas of NZ. Hope you had a lovely weekend.

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  25. Carla... it's amazing how quickly how a well planned week can turn upside down! The flowers are gorgeous. Enjoy your Halloween.

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