Greetings everyone! How are you? I've been away from blog land for a bit (almost three weeks actually). Life has really kept me busy lately. My dad was in the hospital for a few days last week. Because of his serious health problems, life has become difficult and stressful for my parents. They are handling things to the best of their abilities, but my sister and I still worry about them. I don't say much about that here because I'm not really comfortable talking about it on my blog at the moment. I know many of you have been through similar experiences, and you can probably relate.
My husband was on vacation last week, and we took our annual trip to the mountains near the end of the week.
Hello dear readers -- I hope you're having a good Saturday! May I just say that I'm really glad to have the past week behind me? Yep, it was one of those. After a long day on Sunday, we discovered that night that we had a big water stain on the drop ceiling of our finished basement room. My husband removed the ceiling tile, and a big bunch of water poured out all over some papers we had organized for filing. We spent about an hour with a flashlight looking everywhere to determine the source of the leak.
Happy Thursday everyone; I can hardly believe another week is almost over. I hope you had a wonderful Fourth of July holiday.
I seem to be stuck in a bit of a rut at the moment. I feel like I've had a big case of blogger's block. ;) I can find plenty to talk about, but it wouldn't be a good idea to put it on my blog. I'll bet you've felt that way a time or two yourself, huh? So, moving along, I do have a few little things to show you today -- nothing too exciting. The heat and humidity has settled in here, and I just can't get in the mood to do much when it's this hot.
Hi everyone -- I hope you're having a good week. We're getting some rain off and on here, so that's good. Everything was definitely looking parched.
Today's post is something totally new for me, and the title pretty well gives it away. I'm sharing some pictures that my husband has taken over the past few months on Saturday mornings. Three Saturdays out of every month, he goes to an event called "Cars and Coffee," and the location rotates each week between Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Kernersville. If you have no interest in cars, you'll probably want to skip this post; I'll try to keep the commentary to a minimum. ;) The pictures in this post were all taken at Reynolda Village in Winston-Salem. It was once part of the R. J. Reynolds estate, and the buildings now function as retail shops and restaurants.