Good morning, good afternoon, or good evening to you - depending on where in the world you are reading this! It's funny to think that when I am setting off to bed, some of you are just about to have your evening meal, and some of you may be just waking up, and some of you may even be a day ahead! (Jo-Anne, I'm talking about you!!).
Autumn is gradually creeping in, and I for one won't really be sad to say goodbye to the summer that never was! At least now, I don't have to hope for a lovely warm sunny day anymore, only to be greeted by, yes, you've guessed it, more rain!!
For the last few evenings, we have made up a log fire. I love the smell, and it makes everything seem so warm and cosy. We have so many trees in the garden that we are never going to run out of wood or logs. Already the leaves are starting to fall from the trees a little. Autumn really is a lovely season when all the leaves change colour and we are reminded of God's beautiful creation.
Latest saying from Eli - "I do try to be good mummy, but my brain is telling me to be naughty." I really thought that one was priceless! Almost as good as when Eleanor was 5 years old, and hubby picked her up from Nursery. As they were walking to the car, she piped up and said "oh look Papa, that man over there has got old hair like you.!"
I urge anyone with young grandchildren (or even children, I guess) to write these little sayings down in a book, because they can easily be forgotten, and they really are so sweet.
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Keep safe until we meet up again.