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It Feels Like Ages


It feels like ages since I last blogged and guess what it has been. August 4th saw a post about summer flying by and now we've flown past the end of summer and have jumped right into fall. I promise myself that I'm going to sit down and blog about what's happening the girls or what Andrew and I have been up or even better the latest quilt project I decided to tackle. It's not like I don't have anything to say...y'all know me well enough I can always find something to chat about. So I'm gonna try and capture in. A few words what's been happening around my little corner of the world since we last chatted.

Surprise visit to my mothers for her birthday

Zele turned 10

Stella turned 8

Andrew traveled to Chicago to see his sister and her family

Celebrated our 18th wedding anniversary

Went to a Nationals baseball game

Took a drive on Skyline drive

Sewed a bit

Tried to Smile everyday

Well now that I look at it I've been pretty busy. I'll try to do better about blogging and keeping y'all up to date on what's happening around the ranch..

So...

Until next time..

Be Kind

KA


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  1. I can verify that KellyAnn DID smile everyday!

    janet xox
    The Empty Nest

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  2. As long as you post to FB, we'll know you are there and just busy. Seems like life is busy, busy these days.......like BUSY with a capitol B!! ;-) I used to blog really regularly but not anymore. Soon though............ :-)

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