Written by Sue, Thursday, September 8, 2011 Beautiful fall day, sunny, temps. 80's
I am finally getting around to taking a "ME" day, as a matter of fact today is my second "Me" day, ~smile~. Yesterday I went to Raleigh with my dear friend Debbie and we were treated to a facial, by the sweetest lady, her name is Lisa,
Today was my second "Me" day, I stayed home and decided I would go and sit by the pond,(haven't done that in a while). I took, my coffee, Did I say coffee?, I meant soakie biscuit, (it's a southern thing.) ~grinning~
Devotional books, along with my journal,...and spent some quiet time, or at least it was quiet for a while,... these guys showed up and began to entertain me, and what a show they did put on,
Oh! I almost forgot,... you know my camera goes everywhere with me...~lol~ and then these guys come by to say hello
"See I told you I could do it, I can even splash water while I dunk!!!".... "Show off" says me!!
Lucy came by after her run, and shared some breakfast with me.
Then these friends decided to stop by!
Just a bunch of teenagers out having fun. I wonder where their parents are. Could it be they are out by the pond?
My most Welcomed friend" was this guy, he came by for a hug!!, and maybe a kiss or two.
Talk about having some "Me" time,.... around here you might as well forget about it. It reminds me of when our children were small, and you announced to the family that you were going to go and have some "Me' time, and it would be at that precise moment everything in the house would come alive or apart.lol....
I decided it was time to take a walk, and here is what I found...I call them "The Three Musketeers!"
Ain't they sweet?
Nothing like sharing fresh water with a friend!!
"Excuse Me!!! OOPS!! SORRY not the best view!
I absolutely love early Fall or what it really is called "late Summer",when the mornings and evenings are cool, and the days are warm. I know My Heavenly Father must of had me in mind when He made days like this, for which I am so grateful. You know "Fall" is just around the corner when the Golden rod begins to bloom.