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Wednesday, July 20, 2011


Life has been busy.
And I'm not just saying for ME!

But I'm trying to take the time to blog 
and share what's been going on in our world 
and post a few recipes at the same time.

I have been reading blogs!
Just finding the time to get to the actual blog to comment is
 quite hard these days.


Our daughter Olivia graduated from high school a few weeks ago 
and in exactly one month from today
will be moving into her dorm room on campus
down in Florida.

So today I plan on going to Kohl's and use my 30 percent off coupon and
purchase her towels and maybe a few other things that she needs.

Later tonight, I'm planning on taking the time to 
relax and grab my computer and spend some 
time catching up with all of my blogging friends!

Enjoy your day!

17 comments :

  1. A big step for both Olivia and you as she heads off to college! Very nice family photo!

    I love reading my blogging friends posts but I just can't seem to keep up with comments. I have continual guilt as I see my email growing with kind words from friends and I get further behind in returning thoughts.

    Sweet visiting with you, Lois!
    Lorraine

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  2. Oh, how I remember sending my oldest son off to college many years ago. We spent a lot of money back in those days getting this and that for his dorm room, then faternity room and then finally his apartment. Glad those days are over with.

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  3. What a big step this is going to be for all. I wish her the best.
    That was a beautiful photo of your family.
    Have a nice rest of the week.
    hugs

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  4. Hello! It was good to catch up a bit for you...Seems like yesterday I wasa sending my youngest off to college, and she graduated 3 years ago! Time does race by. Exciting time for her. It was such a good pic of you all. You look wonderful! ENJOY your summer. HUGS

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  5. Hi Lois. Long time no hear from you. I can't believe your daughter is all grown up and going off to college this fall! Life just flies by these days!

    That is a nice family photo.

    Blessings to you and yours!

    Linda @ Truthful Tidbits

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  6. I am glad to see that you are well. Congratulations on your daughters graduation. I have assumed with the Colonel at home that you have been busy enjoying life. all the best.

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  7. Hey Sunshine,
    It is so good to see you post, I have wondered about you much, but figured life is just probably consuming your time. Know how it can be when you are raising teenagers.
    Wow, Congratulations to Olivia, and what college is she going to in Florida. You don't have to say here if you don't want to, understand the safety issue, but was wondering if it might be in our neck of the woods???

    Glad to hear you are all doing well, this is a big milestone in your lives for sure, so will be praying for you.

    That is a great pic of all of you.
    Everyone looks happy......
    that is a good thing!

    Love and Blessings hon,
    Nellie

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  8. Hooray for graduations! It's a milestone, for sure. Glad to see the General in the family picture. God bless him. You have a lovely family.

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  9. LOVE that family photo!! Congrats to your graduate...and so good to hear an update from you! and so glad to know that I am not the only one who tries to comment on blogs - and cannot. Grrr...what next with computer frustrations!

    Enjoy these weeks with your daughter:)

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  10. Hi Lois,
    I've missed you! What a great family picture!
    Can't believe Olivia is about to leave for college!
    I'm sure she is excited!
    How's the colonel's job going?

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  11. How wonderful to hear from you Lois, time does go by fast. My best wishes and prayers to Olivia on this new journey she is taking.
    What a beautiful family photo, Michael is really growing up too.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  13. This is a perfect example of a beautiful family. I can see how strong your bond is.

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  14. I'm sorry I haven't been by to visit for a while. I hope your daughter has the greatest time at college! I know you'll miss her.
    Carrie

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  15. You have done what you had to do. There is always life on every end.

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  16. I really enjoyed reading the posts on your blog. I would like to invite you to come on over to my blog and check it out. God bless, Lloyd

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  17. nice pic. Congratulations for graduations

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