July 14, 2007

Nana's Back Yard


Nana has a lovely back yard. I wanted to leave you with a few photos I took since we have been visiting at her house. We are heading out again tomorrow morning early for a family reunion out of town... and then we are going to stay with some friends while we wait for our house to close.


Monday is Kev's first day at "the new job", so pray for his first impression and for him to be confident and at ease in this new environment. There are so many things going on with us right now that we are just trying to be still in God's palm and take the waves as they roll in.


Check out this baby bird that I was able to get very close to in Nana's bush. Speaking of babies, I am VERY thankful that I have not had any morning sickness. What a blessing! I would never have known I was pregnant if it hadn't been for my mom making me take that test. It is a good sign that this "little critter" likes Mexican food. Morgan told me today that this new pea in the pod was "her baby". So since my son belongs to my mom, and she belongs to her dad... I guess none of them are mine! I find that pretty unfair... since I am the one going through labor and delivery (plus changing 90% of the diapers).


I got to eat Thai food today for lunch. [... and no, that has nothing to do with the photo of flies mating above... eeeew!] It was wonderful! Pad Thai, Thai Fried Rice and Masaman Curry with Chicken. Oh, and of course... the Thai Tea. I had them cook it "medium". It was just hot enough. Kevin says that the baby is going to come out looking Thai or Mexican because it doesn't mind us eating such spicy foods. Hopefully the rest of the pregnancy will be as easy and I can continue to eat the spices I love.


After tonight, I may not be able to get in here daily for a bit. Our loan papers on the house are in underwriting right now, and we have not yet been told when closing will be. My computer will have to be broken down and packed tonight as well. I'll stay as plugged in as I can.

Until I see you again... enjoy your world. Go outside and smell the flowers.

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Tanya Nichols said...

HOw wonderful!!!!!! A new little bee! Not only a new job but a new home and a new baby...OH 2007 is your "new year" hehehe

big hugs

Dianne - Bunny Trails said...

I know things are crazy, but I hope you can enjoy your downtime! Glad to hear your little bee is happy with spicy food.

I have a half Chipotle burrito in my frig (leftover from last night) that will remind me of you when I eat it! So I'll be praying for you whilst I eat my burrito! LOL! As well as all the other times (I pray, not eat burritos!).

Does this mean you'll have to have a fourth baby to be yours?!?!?

Blessings to Kevin as he starts the new job tomorrow and to you and the kiddos with whatever you do.

dianne :D

Renae said...

I love your photos! I've been trying to send you an e-mail for several days and they keep bouncing back to me. I hope to be able to connect with you soon. E-mail me when you're settled. renaejohns at suddenlink dot net.

Blessings and prayers,

Anonymous said...

What beautiful photos!

Anonymous said...

You will be in our thoughts as will Mr. Bee.

That's good you've had no morning sickness... that is always a blessing! Mrogan sounds like a lovely young lady who will be a great big sister, again!!

God bless you, my sweet friend!

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TheNormalMiddle said...

I'm very behind in reading blogs, so I just found out your GOOD NEWS (well, to add to the rest of the good news, eh?)


Anonymous said...

Okay, that fly picture is crackin' me up!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your spicy little bee, how awesome!!

Amazing photos.

Anonymous said...

Just found you through Patricia's Pollywog Creek...and I'm sooo glad!
What beautiful photos!
Thanks for sharing...and congrats on your new little pea in the pod :)

Sprittibee said...

Man, these make me miss my camera. :(



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