How exciting, we have a new little royal in our midst. I wish Princess Kate, Prince William and the new little one (unnamed) all the best on this new journey. I have read where they plan on bringing up this child as normal as possible without a arsenal of nannies...I wish them well.
And speaking of Princess Kate....I found her pregnancy and her choice of clothing so appropriate not only for a princess but for a pregnant lady in general. Last night was Bunco night here and we postulated on today's maternity fashions...you can certainly tell by listening to our conversation that we are not of this young generation that literally bares all and wears their pregnancy fashion as tight as humanly possible.....we all sided with the lovely Kate and her choices of fashion throughout her pregnancy.
And then we have this....just sayin' Darn you Demi Moore for starting this whole trend....I know I will probably get blasted for this, but it's this old lady's opinion...sometimes you just can't teach an old dog new tricks.
Well, it's done....the fence that is. Last night with the girls coming they unfortunately decided to use the side gate, my mistake, I should have put out a warning sign....and with the opening and closing several times, the ole fence post just snapped and down she went. Ofcourse this all started with my grand-dog, Mac who decided that hopping the fence was his favorite pastime while staying here, resulting in his leaps and bounds really doing a number on the fence. So that project of replacing the fence that I wanted to postpone until next year ain't gonna happen....it's gonna happen this year, like it or not. So now I am off to fence shop...somehow that doesn't have the same ring to it as shopping for new clothes or new furniture or new flowers or plants for the garden. Think I will look at vinyl fencing....no maintenance has a nice ring to it. They have come a long way since vinyl fencing first came on the scene and the no upkeep with re-painting would make me a happy lady.
And since today is Tuesday Muse over at Nancy's place....here is quote I found on Pinterest (I love that site...eye candy for sure!!!!) using a texture on a sweet image I captured at a fav garden center called "Deanna"...oh that's my name (!) what a coincidence...hee hee!! I love those little flecks of gold throughout the texture. Thanks again, Nancy!!
And I do remember the moment I finally had the courage to accept what had unfolded in my life...
And PS....I so apologize for not getting around to everyone lately who has so lovingly commented on my blog...I have been busier than a one armed paper hanger..only to get busier as the week progresses.
Linking with Nancy's Tuesday Muse....