"These happy golden years are passing by, these happy golden years." Laura Ingalls Wilder

Saturday, June 28, 2008

No Agenda

Nada thing happening around here this weekend ... other than relaxing ... working in the yard ... and tidying up the house. I was going to participate in a neighborhood garage sale ... but remembered I'd have the grand baby over later ... just not going to stretch myself more than needed. Hubby and Ann are in Illinois at a family reunion. I opted to stay home so I wouldn't need a vacation from my vacation. Traveling with Nathan ... being around a gazillion unknown family members is not his cup of tea. We'll have our own cup of tea from the quiet of being alone. Enjoy your Saturday.


Amrita said...

Pretty flowers. What are they called? Have a good weekend

Terry said...

Dear Mrs. Mac...It all seems so quiet and nice at you place. Too bad that Amrita and I couldn't come over for a cuppa tea, and maybe that Miss Patty too.
The tea must be served in fancy tea cups and piping hot!
I am not a snob really but I always demand a nice china cup for tea. the tea always tastes a lot better!!
I don't usually like a big crowd and parties either.
When I broke my foot the morning of our 25th anniversary, and couldn't go to the party as I ended up in the hospital, some of the family members actually thought I did it on purpose Mrs. Mac, just so that I wouldn't have to go to the party.
I made Bernie go anyway and meet all the guests! So funny!....

You and that babe have a great weekend!

Mrs. Mac ..when I was reading your comment over at Amrita's I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw that you like to hug that dog!
Are you and that Dawg getting along good now!! Ha!! I just knew that you were a softie!...Love Terry

Anonymous said...

What beautiful peonies. I can't remember exactly what kind, but my mom had a bush just like that. Also I had a bush from my mom's when we lived in Oregon. That along with some other beloved plants got left in Oregon when we moved to Idaho. But I still think about the peonies often. I think it was my favorite plant. Love, Gramma_s