Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Riches Untold

This is our only granddaughter. (So far)

This is our youngest grandson.

They are both joy and
a blessing beyond words. They both live in houses
with older brothers so they are happy and mellow
and don't get ruffled by very much. I don't have
very good pictures of the older 3 because they
won't stay still long enough. I get to spend my
Wednesday with these two and the other three.
Am I or am I not the luckiest woman in the world?
I think I have the best job!
Happy Wednesday!


Sue said...

Hello Kim,
I have just finished catching up on what you have been up to. And I have so enjoyed reading your previous posts.
Your post Storms was so on target, trials will either make us bitter or better.Elisabeth Elliot's quote was such a blessing.
I have always wanted to be a herbalist too, and have grown herbs for years.I was looking at a dandelion yesterday and hoping it would hide itself from my dh as he tries to get rid of everyone he sees. lol He doesn't have the passion for some weeds like I do. lol. I am looking forward to you sharing about nettles.
Please wish your daughter a very Happy Birthday tomorrow, our son-in-love had his today. But we didn't get to share it with him as he and his family live 2000 miles away. And the photos you shared are beautiful, this is such a wonderful awakening time of year.
I am always fascinated by nature, and animals, Miss Bee seemed like a busy bee.

Kim, your two grand babies are adorable, and yes you are very lucky and blessed to be a part of their lives. What an awesome privilege to be able to pour into their lives. Grandmothers play such an important role in their grand children's live. My paternal grandmother was so valuable to me, and she taught me so much about the love of God, and she demonstrated it in her everyday life.

I apologize for being so slack in coming by but I have been so busy trying to do what you have been doing in getting my spring cleaning done. I am always on a ladder and have been given orders many times not to be on And since I don't have anyone to come in at night and get those cobwebs down, I guess it is left up to me. lol

Hope your little chicks are doing well.

As always I enjoy visiting with you. You are so encouraging to me.
Blessings and Hugs,

Farm Girl said...

Dear Sue,
I am so glad you stopped by, and I really hope you find this. I have been praying for you and I am looking forward to your posts too.
I know that your house will be so nice and ready for spring! I am so amazed at how many shared interests we have.
Take care, I have missed you!