Wednesday, July 14, 2010
She's coming to see her Papa and Mimi — MidWeek Blues —
We haven't seen any of our grandkids since June 24. We have been seeing one daughter, Karen, though. We are here in London with her after getting back from our Baltic cruise.
Now, KP will be joining her mom and will living here in London with Karen. Of course, Dad, Billy, is right there flying with her.
People tell us that when she begins to talk she will have a British accent. We will listen.
Oh yes, thank you Billy for picking this pretty multicolored dress with the nice blue for her to fly in. As if I needed an excuse (MidWeek Blues) to tell this story!
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I appreciate your comments very much. Since we are on holiday please expect only limited return of those comments.
Please do comment as they are like letters from home to us!
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If you want to post a MidWeek Blues picture, go get directions from Rebecca by clicking on the logo picture on the right. She has a Mr. Linky and good directions . Just do what I did.
Your mother and my Dad were born the same year.
I'll bet you had a wonderful time on that cruise Jim seeing all those neat places!
It's been raining here overnight and today. Still humid though. Not much going on for us but the usual things.
One of my great neices joined the Air Force. She left right after graduating from high school and was sent to Lackland Air Force Base in TX. She has called home once and they are working her hard and it's been hot there, but she is getting along okay so far! I think basics was harder than she thought it would be, but once she knows what is expected of her, then she does well. She said she had been in trouble for smiling too much! Imagine that!
I need to put up a blog post. I'm late. Again. I'm going to try and get one up soon.
I got a post card to send to Jamie Dawn. It has a recipe for Possum Pie on it!! That ought to get her smiling!! Haha!! I know everyone misses her in blogland. I might post a photo of that recipe on my blog. Who knows, maybe someone will want to make it! I doubt it though!!
Well Jim, you take care. Say Hi to Mrs. Jim. Give that baby a hug for me. Have fun! You did ask for a letter. I have tried to oblige.
You are always welcome for blueberries. Let me know when you're on your way and I'll make some muffins too!
I have to admire Dad Billy for that long of a trip with a little one. :)
Have a wonderful visit Jim!
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