The Jewel in the Heart of the Visit–Wednesday, August 19, 2015

DriveToday Linky goes back home.

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After two days of fun with her best friend, Ellie

Drive-LinkinAll the things she got to do at the farm

HEYWe are packing up, to drive her to meet her Mom at Rifle, Colorado.

Half way for both of us.  There we will unload our car and load up Misty’s van. Sadly, we must say good-bye for a spell.

Saying good-bye is never easy.

Your friend,

Linda

 

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20 thoughts on “The Jewel in the Heart of the Visit–Wednesday, August 19, 2015

  1. Oh, I do love the ATV photo–calendar worthy. Have you thought of postcards or something with some of your beautiful photos? Sad to say goodbye–looking forward to the next hello.

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  2. You are so blessed… I wanted children. Now I just wish that I was not forgotten by the children I did love with all my heart. When the subject comes up I always have stories about my Grandma and how much I learned from her and how much love she gave. You will never be forgotten Linda – you and Terry are beacons of light.

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  3. Glad you are not close to the bad water. I feel for those that are.
    Yes, it is tough to send the Grand child home, but they will think of you both a lot. We see ours often, but during week not so much after school starts.. Sometimes I call of a morning while they are waiting on the bus. to tell them to have a good day. They have good parents,so we are like you grateful for that.
    We keep having rain here every few days. Not a lot at a time, makes the corn and maize and soy beans look great. There is also cotton. We usually have 90 to 100 degrees now,but cool air came in from the north and is in the 70’s. Still time to be very hot before Oct. Take care sharon Drake

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  4. yes, parting is sad, but as my daughter once said ‘ I have decided to stop missing you and instead look forward to seeing you again soon’ Happy memories and loads of fun…now back to work!

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