Monday, March 10

Apologies...


I'm sorry for not visiting you as often as I should. Time is so tight right now and although I visit and read so many blogs, I have little time to comment. Baby A is pluggin' through the Flu like a trooper! As of yet, no one else has gotten it. Lysol, you are my hero! Here are some pretty pics to brighten your day and mine. The flowers were a gift to my MIL from her daughter and the other is a package of goodies that is almost on it's way to my dear friend, Anke.

7 comments:

Rosie's Whimsy said...

You just do what you have to do, dear Abbie, everyone understands that life just "gets in the way" of blogging sometimes .... as well it should!

Glad to hear you little one is coming along and that no one else has succumbed.

Rest, read, and when you you come back we will all jump for joy! ((hugs)) Rosie

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear your little one is doing ok, Wishing a very speedy recovery, Being a mom makes us so busy and then when the kids are sick, there just isn't enough time in the day. Thanks for the beautiful flowers, Janie

Suzanne said...

No need to apologize Abbie. We've all been there, done that.

I remember going through a difficult time when my kids were very little. I was feeling very alone and got a call from a 95 year old woman at church....she said, "It's OK, we've all been there!" It was a totally amazing moment in which I realized it was OK to do whatever I needed to do!

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Hi, Abbie, I totally understand the crunch time, not enough time to visit everyone all the time. Just can't do it!

I just love your kitchen changes, what a pretty kitchen you have.

Rhoda

Mary said...

Hi Abbie,
Of course you need to take care of everyone at your house! We'll miss you, but we all have been there...I hope your little one is smiling again soon, and that no one else succumbs.

Love the beautiful, colorful photos -- so cheerful!
xoxo,
Mary

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Take care of those things that are far more important...always and feel no guilt for putting the lesser things on the shelf. None.

Someone's about to receive a wonderful package!

Anke said...

Oh look at those wonderful things.....looking forward to unpack ;) Hey don't feel bad that you can't stop by or comment a lot on blogs. I know how times can get especially with sick kids and the everyday errands.
Beautiful flowers.....spring where are you? We have grey rainy weather....maybe that will get the green out soon! Smiles, Anke ;)