Half Way

Our little grandson has about 20 more weeks before we see him face to face. Our kids posted this photo last night on Facebook and I had to preserve it here on my blog.

Looking forward to this little girls reaction to a new baby in the house. She’s into the goofy smiles when she knows the camera is going to click.

Wanted to post the beautiful bouquet all our kids joined in sending us with a special greeting for our anniversary on December 6th.

It was a sweet surprise that we don’t take for granted.

Hopefully we’ll cut our tree down soon so I can decorate it. We’re getting closer and closer to the painting that we want done by Christmas to be behind us. We’ve decided we need to add some new Christmas music to our stash this year so we’ve added The Piano Guys, Lauren Daigle and the Three Tenors. One of our favorites is still Twila Paris, It’s the Thought. We also have to have the Messiah so we can hear the Hallelujah Chorus ring through the house. What are some of your favorites?

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

14 thoughts on “Half Way

  1. Love the cute family photos. Addy will love her new baby brother. The flower arrangement is beautiful. Happy Anniversary! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day. Have a great weekend ahead.

  2. Ellen – Happy Belated Anniversary! That is a gorgeous bouquet – did the silver container come with it? I can think of lots of future uses for that! As for Christmas music, I inherited my parents’ Christmas albums – Andy Williams, Bing Crosby, Edie Gorme, Burl Ives, etc. Our son shares my love for these albums, especially when they are played on the ancient stereo that used to belong to my parents. The rest of the time, I like the Pentatonix station on Pandora – a superb selection of artists performing a wide variety of music.

    • Hello Angie, yes, the arrangement came in the silver container. How fun to have those Christmas albums. We still have some albums but no ancient stereo to play them on. 🙂

  3. Sweet in every way! Our stacker Bose CD player can hardly handle one CD now without skipping. It’s time for a new one, becasue I still like CDs. And because everyone seems to be streaming music, we are at a crossroads and doing nothing. I miss the music.

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