Tuesday, May 22, 2012

~TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY~

Sunny rain...a glimmer of sunshine on this rainy Tuesday...I need to pull my head out of the clouds...seriously...laundry has multiplied two fold, the chicks need to be CLEANED, their wood chips seem to have made the way up the stairs, I need to break out the vacuum cleaner...I can't seem to focus... Memorial weekend is just days away...flags need to be brought out...gardens need attending...


flowers bought...containers just waiting to be filled with new potting soil...a trip to the grocery store is in order...one can only live on cereal for just so long...


The hens are complaining... I need to go to the feed store...Winslow Homer is out of shampoo...the vegetable garden...peas with lettuce...nothing else...


Gladys is tired of being ignored...and wonders where the treats have gone to...


Mr. Dog Trot reminds me that the clothesline has been up and restrung for over a week now...I give a little sigh...



and he says...okay...lets go see the baby...and tomorrow is another day! I hope to catch up with my blog reading ASAP please forgive me. Thank you to all my wonderful blog friends and readers for the kind comments, I so appreciate them and you too. Hugs, Julie aka Marmee.

19 comments:

Farm Girl said...

You are so cute. When mine are here I always feels sorry for my chickens and my dog and everything because the baby just becomes the most important thing to do. You just make me laugh,

Julia said...

I like that, Let us go see the baby... tomorrow is another day for sure.

I kind of got side tracked today too for most of the day and didn't got accomplished very much. Tomorrow is another day. Have a nice long weekend. JB

ctlogcabin said...

EnJoy that Sweet Babe .... beacuse
Yes Tomorrow is Another Day.
We all know how fast time goes by, and some how
by the Grace of God all things get done.
I'm so Happy for you and your Family.
Blessings & Hugs ~ Connie xox

Eve said...

Hey Marmee...you got lots of work to do!! Now go have a sit with that grandson!!! hahahaha!!

Holly Hills Primitives said...

Enjoy every minute of that new baby, this will only happen once in his lifetime! The laundry, gardens, groceries... can wait. Have fun, Dawn

Jacque. said...

A wee bit distracted, are we? That's so precious...and totally understandable! 'Been there done that' sort of thing. {grin}

Sassafras and Winterberry said...

Lovely little distraction you have! Let baby pull you away from all those chores without a thought! They grow up so quickly!
Hugs,
Courtney

annie said...

yes!

Kim said...

This post is so cute. I giggled all the way through it because I thought that would be the result.
Chores can wait - new babies need cuddles from Marmee's

Primitive Stars said...

Hello, love the pictures you post,really enjoy your blog. There is not enough time in a day some days but we still have to stop and enjoy God`s work, take a deep breath and carry on. Have a fun weekend, hug that grandchild tight and enjoy life. Blessings Francine.

Orange Sink said...

Julie,
Love your post! Babies will do that to you!! You enjoy Marmee!! All the work will eventually get done.... somehow!!
Hugs!!!
Cathy G

Tracy said...

I LOVE that you are a "marmee"! that's what I hope my grandchildren will call me when it is my turn :)

You'll catch up with the rest- enjoy your grandchild!!

moosecraft said...

I'm thinking this is a reality check after a long winter's nap! lol! Just take a deep breath and remember what's important.... everything else will get done in it's own good time!

Janice said...

So understandable...you've had a lot going on!

Peggy Frezon said...

There are always so many chores to be done. Never ending. But it's just fine to take the time to enjoy nature and be with family instead!

Cindy said...

Ahhhhhwwwww a baby! Those chores can wait!

acorn hollow said...

there is nothing like a baby fix to make your day.
Cathy

Terry and Linda said...

Everything will wait, but tiny babies do not. They grow by the minute...you have fun!


Linda
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Rowan said...

I get the impression that you are enjoying being a Marmee:) Make the most of being able to see him as often as possible, my grandsons live 150 miles away and my granddaughters are over 5500 miles so I only see them occasionally.