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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Extra, Extra!

Just to update everyone on a few things. Writing the Omer takes much of my time, but I am honored to be able to share it with you. If you are blessed in some small way, that is even better.

If you are following me and I have not returned the favor, please leave me a note and a link in the comment section. Sometimes when I click on your pictures it brings up a window for me to read about you and sometimes it doesn't. I live in the sticks and have AT&T wireless. Sometimes is my middle name, I think.

We have had three more babies (girlies this time!) since Sunday. I have taken more pictures, but need to get them loaded onto the computer still.

Monday, Passover, I had to keep extra grands and the well pump had a fit. We were without water for about six hours. So much for Passover Seder. We will still have a dinner with the Seder Plate, so the boys will better understand and remember the importance of Passover. It isn't the day so much, as doing it in remembrance. (Okay, I had a mild fit on Monday, but I am past that now.)

Dh's cousin had surgery today and the news was not good. We are taking care of the chores at their farm also. I haven't told Granny yet, as to how the surgery went. Dot is named after Granny (who will be 92 this Oct.). I was concerned if I told her this evening, she wouldn't be able to sleep tonight. So tomorrow I have to share the news with her. Not looking forward to that.

There is more, so much more, but I am exhausted tonight. All the kids and grands will be here Friday for a cookout. My mission for tomorrow is to clean off the kitchen table, if I decide to except it. I'll let you know. LOL

The good news is, I have lettuce and radishes, etc. coming up! Just pots I planted as it is still a little early. But I am looking forward to fresh greens.

I miss getting to check in on all your blogs. I am just spread a little thin right now. Please be patient with me. Hugs!


  1. You are always doing so many things to help everyone around you. Please take care of yourself too. Sending you hugs.

  2. Sharing bad news is surely a difficult chore. My prayers are with you, the cousin, and Granny.

  3. Cheryl, thanks for the Omar info. I am truly fascinated reading this process thru you. How neat. So sorry to hear about Dot. God is still a God of miracles...keep praying and we'll pray with you. Miracles occur when there seems to be be no hope! Blessings!

  4. Healing vibes coming thru the Universe for your family. Great Spirit knows your needs & will answer according to His will. It is so hard to break bad news to anyone especially older folks. I am thinking of you & sending many blessing for you & your family.

    ~~blessed be...

  5. What an interesting post. I am going to read backwards for a bit! Let me know how the attempt to clean the table goes. I may need to accept that mission myself.

  6. You sound busy. I hope things look up for Dot soon.

  7. Enjoy your spring bounty!
    have a wonderful easter!


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