Tuesday, April 1, 2014

A Few Things to Share

If any of you follow me on Facebook then you know that I post a lot of things like yummy recipes. Needless to say, I have never made a single one of those calorie laden delights. I do also post healthy dishes, but the fattening ones basically out number those. I like to think that one day I will try a few when I am not going to be alone to eat them. They are kinda stashed away for the future if I need something that makes one drool. So, I no longer call it Facebook, but renamed it "Cookbook". It seemed more fitting. Then I also pass on neat ideas, postings on faith, quilting, crochet, knitting, and animal things. I try to avoid political stuff, it is pointless. All that brings me to this picture below........


this one is a picture from "dirtgirlworld" for a neat use of an old swing set that has lost its original use and re-purposed into a chicken run. Now how clever is that. I had to think of my blogger friends who are raising hens and wanted to pass this along. Unlike the standard chicken coop, this one can be moved around the yard so there are fresh bugs.

I wanted to add this quote from Kevin Hart. It was also posted to Facebook. My reason for adding this is because the other day I read my friend Kris's blog. She has been going through a lot of stressful moments because of her mother's health. At the end of Kris's post she put up a picture of herself and commented that she didn't have any makeup on and then pointed out some things that she felt were flaws in her appearance. This quote is for you Kris. I think you are beautiful just the way you are, and since it wouldn't be fair for me to not include all the rest of my blogger friends, I want to include all of you as well......you are all beautiful. My feelings have been quite raw these past couple of years yet none of you have insisted "I get on with my life" or "get over it". Quite a few have you have lost loved ones, so I know we are walking this road together. I am sure I am not the only one who has those tearful moments.

And last but not least I wanted to post this picture from WOWT 6 News, a picture of this darling sweet baby waiting for its daddy to meet it for the first time. He had been deployed and is from Bellevue. Now I know there are a few other Bellevues in the country and the Bellevue here in Ohio is just 15 minutes from where I live. I just had to post this picture. If it doesn't melt your heart then I don't know what will. From what I understand this photo went viral in a very short time. If you want to read the story then you can go to my FB page and get the scoop. You can email me to get my FB id for a friend request.


Now I hope I haven't stepped on any toes here and I tried to give credit where it was due. If I messed up then I truly apologize cause I sure don't mean any harm. I have a lot of wonderful things posted on my Facebook page. I guess if you were to see it you would know what is important in my life.

My next post will be about all the outside work being done around here right now. The last 2 days have been beautiful. Our temperature actually got in the 60's today. It was so nice. The weatherman says to expect rain showers the next 3 days, ugh! Until next time, take care and thank you for all your nice comments on my recent posts. Stay safe ♥


  1. Lovely post Suzanne bought a smile to my face this morning.

  2. What a cool idea for chickens. I sometimes wish we could have chickens, but where we live, that is not allowed. The picture of the sweet baby is so adorable. I hope you're having a good day Susanne. :)

  3. Good morning Susanne! How kind of you to post this quote, and refer to my recent blog post. My two daughters are so critical about themselves in photos, that it has gotten nearly impossible to get a good shot of all of us. In fact, we took several pics on our iphones that day, and they didn't like any of them for one reason or another. I get so frustrated. Being their Mom, I think they are beautiful in every photo!!! So, when I saw that picture when I uploaded my photos, I immediately thought of them. The fact that it was so close up, and unflattering, made me think of them with all of their complaints of photos with them in them.
    I know you have been through such a trying time in your life. We all have our own "journey" we must travel. When I love my dear Dad, I really fell into a slump. It took me about two years to get back to normal. Whatever that is. Grief hits everyone in different ways. I would never dare to say how long is too long, as only those going through it knows. I think of you often, and wish I lived near enough for a visit.
    Much love,

  4. Lovely and cute chicken. Wish I have the lawn like that and have some chicks. Now your weather is not that cold. That said you can have outdoor activities. Enjoy your time.


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