Thursday, July 22, 2010

Bloom Where You Are Planted or Transplanted

Our good friends Lori and Peter gave us this Rose of Sharon on their last visit. Lee carefully planted it and it LIVED!!
We don't always have the bestest luck with plants, but we managed on this one.
I have come to the conclusion over the last few days that you just never know what will survive.
In my case it is a relationship. I know you have heard that some people come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime. Pretty much since Monday I have become the proud step-mom to Lee's son. They are building their relationship after 12 years apart. This time he will be here for a lifetime. They have much catching up to do and so far are off to a wonderful start. Keep in mind he is now 26 years old. After many years my husband now seems complete and I could not be more proud of him. We are both very glad to have him in our lives.
Enough of the mushy stuff...I am officially ready for the show...well sorta. Just gotta get Little Bit packed up and finish 2 small items and then we will be ready to roll in the morning. Looking so forward to seeing everyone again
Hope that you can join us for Summer In The Valley on Saturday.

1 comment:

  1. YAY!!! ~ so happy that little bush survived the heat & drought! ~ and it even flowered for you...sweet!

    I am covered in paint, coffee & walnut stain...
    Im a hot mess!!!