It’s The Little Things That Matters and Means So Much…

I have got to get back on board and visit my wonderful blogging friends! I have missed talking and laughing with you so very, very much!

I have been nominated for awards that I need to do and I have got to meet all my new followers. I’m so excited and proudly announce that I now have 100 followers and am doing the happy dance…

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Robin and I have been working very hard putting in some overtime on our kitchen. He of course, is doing the bulk of the work and I help out as much as I can. I so enjoy being his moral support and am grateful he asks for and listens to my input. We have done a few paint makeovers but this is the first complete room gut project we’ve attempted. It has been a rollercoaster ride of emotions/frustration due to our home being 96 years old. Nothing is level-NOTHING! Robin is a patient man, but this project has been trying for him yet, he continues working hard and I can not thank him enough!

Lastly and certainly not least, I would like to thank all my new followers and look forward to learning more about you. To my dearest friends I deeply appreciate all the likes, comments, words of encouragement and love you have sent my way.

It’s the little things that matter and means so much….

Have a wonderful day and peaceful evening.

Robin5

 

16 thoughts on “It’s The Little Things That Matters and Means So Much…

  1. Miss you, too! But we all know it’s for the greater good. Grandkids and kitchen remodels wait for no woman. Get all of your stuff done and come back to us with new stories. I know you’ve been storing them up like a squirrel in a nut shop. Hmmm nut shop…that kinda fits! ;P ❤️💕❤️💕❤️

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  2. Congratulations on the 100! No one deserves it more and here’s to 1000 more. Hope all the house renovation is going smoothly and for the record, you are a super duper super star 😙

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  3. Welcome back, Carlton-style hehehe and good luck in your home endeavor. I’m sure all the hard work will pay off. A 96-year-old house must carry so much history… I love going to places like this.

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