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Sunday, April 11, 2021

Keeping In Touch . . .

many have asked
how is 
mister irish 
really doing great
he has moved from a 
cervical collar to a soft collar
see doc again at month end
feeling chipper
ready to take on
some outdoor projects soon
we hope 
 not sure about driving yet

it has been a time of 
concern
adjustment
patience
thankfulness
gratitude

the loss of our dear snickers pup 
has us very sad 
we miss her playfulness 
her cuddle snuggles 
her sounds and touch

the puppy in the picture below
is one of two new grand dogs

yes we wear masks
yes we keep social distance
yes we wash hands, use sanitizer
we did go out with friends for a birthday dinner
and we attended some irish events 
mostly
we go for car rides
short walks
ice cream
~
‘til next time
love
lynne









Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Just Around The Corner . . .

 happening my friends
isn’t it grand
pictures past
remind me of what 
will be happening soon
I plan on enjoying
every minute
how about you
~
love
lynne










Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Thought About This . . .

 Many years ago, when I first started my
Irish Garden House blog 
there was a blogger, (Penny) 
who wrote a post about a blogger friend who had died.  
I was touched by her post
and I have wondered and pondered about this since then.  

What do we do, when we know of someone’s passing
and realize not everyone else “may know.”
I knew/know I would want to know.
My blogging friends (you) are family.
There was a time when I posted daily,
I may not do a post daily now
but I can truthfully say
I think of each of you 
often daily often!

So for those of you who blogged with Linda, 
title something like this, “woke up, got out of bed . . . 
this is what a friend told me the other day
and what I then read on Instagram.


Linda was a beautiful person, 
artist, writer, gardener, friend, wife, mom,
granny, crorchet-er, blogger, photographer,
sea glass collector, 
and so much more.

The Instagram message above and
the photos below are from her 
family message and her posts.


Like I said earlier,
I thought you might like to know.
I am so very saddened for her husband, 
or as she would say, her, “boyfriend,”
and her two daughters, son and her three grandchildren.







with my love and caring . . .
love
lynne