But instead of that big party I had an itty bitty one with my daughter and grand-daughter....met them for breakfast and spent a wonderful 2 hours eating, drinking (coffee & juice) and visiting. Something we don't get to do too often....everyone leads such busy lives. Bailey headed off to work and Lisa and I headed off to do a little shopping (after all it was my birthday). After finding a great new pair of shoes we went to visit my sweetie. I told him it was my birthday and he tried, he really tried to say "Happy Birthday".
Said goodbye to my daughter and headed out to the country to see what I could find. The day was awful, rain, and mild temperatures causing all that snow to melt and creating a misty fog that was a must to capture with my camera. I did get a wee bit anxious as I drove down those country roads, the melting snow and over abundance of rain was causing flooding everywhere. The corn fields were large lakes, the roadside gutters were filled with rushing waters, causing this gal to think "what the heck am I doing out here?" So, after finding my way back to the main road, I hightailed it home.
Driving home, thank goodness there wasn't much traffic, I stopped and snapped a couple of pictures that were just mystical. Look at that fog...!!
Linking to Tricia's Barn Charm
And least we forget, Easter is 3 weeks from yesterday.
Hope your week is filled with all good things....
Revel in the moment. Seize the Day - Carpe Diem -
Respond to the call to take action in your life,
To experience the moment.
This moment is all we have,
all that is real,
all that we can change, affect or influence.
Until next time.....