Wednesday heading home from the grocery. Storms coming in.
This is driving past the Catholic Academy. Where my sister used to work, taking care of nuns, in retirement. They have all be transferred other places , as this group of building has been sold . It's in the hands of another Catholic group.
You can see the steeple of the chapel above the flowering trees. The grounds there are going thru some improvements.
This is Thursday at my daughter and son-in-law's house. Emma's parents. They have red bud and dogwoods lining their drive.
This is the salvaged swing set that Ted put up as a comfort for Emma when her mom was having chemo about four- five years ago. Now there's a baby swing for Max and Layla.
We always get greeted by Sam the dog. He wants his share of hugs . Old sweet thing.
While at Liz's, the big boss rooster (Samson) came crowing at the back door. I didn't give him time to peck on the door, I just threw out some bread for him and his girls(hens). Liz said, "mom be careful, he can be mean. " LOL. I am not getting to close to him.
I won't be doing much here. It is cold out today. Hope all of you are enjoying your Saturday. XO
Hi Susie, Your spring photos are so beautiful. I spoke with my sis this a.m. (in INdiana) and she told me it is cool there today. Sam and Samson are cute as can be! I hope you will have an enjoyable afternoon. xoxoReplyDelete
Mildred, I like my daughter's dog, Sam. He just loves to be petted and scratched. LOL. That rooster has jumped on my daughter's legs before. Hope you are having a warmer day than we are. It's down right cold. The sun is trying to shine. Blessings, xoxo,love , SusieDelete
Susie, It was cooler than usual here today. We sat on the porch a while this evening and I needed a light jacket. The rain is moving in now. Blessings to you - have a restful night and a good Sunday. xoxoDelete
Susie, I always like to see pictures around your neck of the woods. It's fun to see the different kinds of weathers in other states. I remember Sam because he looks so friendly. That was so nice of Ted to put up the swing for Emma to comfort her. I love that picture of the flowering trees with the chapel in the distance, it's beautiful. Also, the first picture heading home with the storm coming in is very mysterious and lovely.ReplyDelete
Have a restful weekend, Susie. It's a mixture of sunny and dreary skies here. Lots of garage sales this weekend. : )
Sheri, I always love seeing others hometowns and country sides. Sam has come along since his surgery for a tumor in his jaw. It has slowed him down some...so he likes to be hugged and petted. Blessings to you for a great evening and beautiful Sunday. Love you, xoxo, SusieDelete
aahh, poor Sam. That fellow needs lots of loving right now. Blessings to you too, Susie.Delete
Those flowering trees are so beautiful! Have a wonderful weekend, Susie. -JennReplyDelete
Jenn, I thought the trees at the academy stood out more with the storm clouds . It's cold here today warming back up tomorrow. Blessings to your house and all there. xoxo, SusieDelete
Beautiful pics. Love the flowering trees.ReplyDelete
Hi Kris, The rains and wind have taken most of the flowers from our trees here at home. I thought those at Liz's house still looked pretty. The white ones at the academy really popped with the clouds . Hope you are doing well and not stressing too badly. Blessings to all, xoxo, SusieDelete
Nice to see the spring flowers and green lawns! I remember how the hens could give me a piece of their minds when I was sent to gather eggs!ReplyDelete
Hi Karen, Your sister , Mildred said she spoke with you and knew our weather was colder today. Brr. It really feels chilly, we turned our small heater on for a bit. I laughed about the hens...those of my daughters do carry on. LOL. Her rooster is meaner than good ole Sam the dog. Wishing you a peaceful evening and blessed Sunday. xoxo, SusieDelete
Oh, it is cold and cloudy here too. Love your pictures of the country. I have to travel many miles to get scenery like that. So pretty.ReplyDelete
Kathy, We turned our tiny heater on for a bit just now. Tomorrow will be nicer. I do not want our spring to fly by...but I would like it to be 65 at least. LOL. Blessings to you and Joe. xoxo, SusieDelete
Hi Susie, Lovely sights to be sure. Sam looks like a wonderful dog and Sampson looks like he could be mean. Hope you have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Noreen, I think my daughter's rooster is the watch dog...not good old Sam, the dog. He is so gentle...he had that surgery on a tumor in his jaw and has slowed way down since then. I will hug him and scratch him ...which he dearly loves. LOL. Our flowering trees will be getting past their prime showing this weekend. It's cold today. Warming up again tomorrow. Blessings to all there, xoxo, SusieDelete
Thank you Katie. Hope you are doing well and having great spring days. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
Gorgeous skies, Susie, and I love the chapel. This is a special time of year with the clearer skies, nip in the air, and trees budding and blooming.ReplyDelete
Blondie, I was so happy when the Catholic Church In Lafayette ,In. bought the academy and the grounds. I was afraid some Housing group would buy it and ruin the whole place. I don't a nip in the air...but it just stayed cold all day. The sun did come out long enough to make a pretty evening. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Love those redbuds and dogwoods. Ours have stopped blooming now, wish I could come to your state and enjoy them a second time!ReplyDelete
Have a great Sunday, sweet Susie! xx
Good evening Susie , you pics are beautiful , I've been in the south for many years and have forgotten the beauty of the changing seasons .ReplyDelete