Thursday, 22 September 2016

Celebrations and Reflections

I've not been around the blogosphere much lately. If you read my earlier post you know that I have been going through a period of adjustment and for whatever reason I haven't felt much like blogging. If the truth be told I've been drifting . . .


. . . going through the motions of the day but having little energy for more.


However, in the spirit of trying to get myself sorted, I am determined to join in with the celebrations hop this week. So here we go . . .

* My baby girl turns 21 on Saturday! I may not be physically with her to celebrate but I'm sure we'll Skype or chat during the day. Hopefully we'll get to meet up later in the month.

* Being at home on our own has some advantages  - like less washing in the basket!

* I went to see Bridget Jones's Baby the other night. I thought it was a fun movie and Hubby was even brave enough to come with me! He was slightly outnumbered though. In the packed theatre audience I think I counted about four men!

* Our apple tree has lots of fruit on it - apple crumble this weekend then . . . yummy!



   Happy Friday


       

       Thanks to Lexa and her lovely co-hosts
            L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge 
     Tonja Drecker @ Kidbits Blog



17 comments:

  1. Hi Suzanne - sometimes needs must - we just feel easier wandering along life - til something spurs us on again. Congratulations to your daughter for her 21st - and you'll enjoy the celebrations as they happen - always good to spread them out. The apples sound as though you will have lots of crumbles and yummy stew winter ... cheers Hilary

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  2. I think adjustments in life happen to us all sometimes in our lives but with time and tenacity we get there, I wish your daughter a happy 21st. Being there in thought is just as important.
    I wish you a happy week-end Suzanne.
    Yvonne.

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  3. Sorry you won't be with your daughter that day.
    Life changes always take a while to adjust to.

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  4. Happy 21 Birthday to your daughter!! That's a biggie!!! Thank God for Skype!!!!

    I've been going the same type of sluggishness....I hope your energy and mine revs up soon.

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  5. Wow, 21. And ooh, apples from your own tree. Wish I had one!

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  6. Less laundry and dishes is a perk. Hope your daughter has a great birthday.

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  7. I think adjustments are a good thing - change keep us moving forward. Happy birthday to your daughter! I hope you get some quality time later this month to celebrate :). I'm going to see Bridget Jones tonight - can't wait!

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  8. Happy Birthday to your daughter! It was nice of your husband to go to a "chick flick" with you. Don't worry about drifting. Sometimes, we need a lot of down time to recharge our batteries. Have a lovely weekend!

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  9. Ooh apple crumble, my favourite! Happy Birthday to your daughter :)

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  10. Change can be good, but getting used to the change is another thing altogether. It takes awhile to settle into a new routine. Happy Birthday to your daughter! And enjoy that apple crumble. Definitely yummy!

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  11. On my 21st birthday, my dad sent a huge bouquet of flowers to my dorm and it made me cry.

    I'd love to have an apple tree. Our neighbor has several and they are small, but so tasty.

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  12. Oh, those poor men at Bridget Jones - did they form a support group in the foyer afterwards? ;-)

    Happy birthday to your daughter - if you have to wait to celebrate with her, it just elongates the fun for her!

    Drifting is normal every so often, but glad to see you back.

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  13. I just got some apples from my grandma's tree. I spent the morning bottling 11 quarts of apple pie filling. One broke and I almost cried.

    Happy birthday to your daughter!

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  14. Hi Suzanne, I've been away for almost three years and decided to come back on a whim tonight. I'm sorry you have been going through some things. I'd love to catch up sometime.

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    1. Hi Heather, nice to hear from you. How are you?

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  15. Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by and for leaving your lovely comments. I made some apple crumble as planned (which was delicious!) and ended up going to see Bridget Jones's Baby again - this time with some girlfriends!

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  16. Happy birthday to your daughter! I saw you commented elsewhere and I was so excited I had to pop right over. Sometimes life throws us off. I hope you're feeling balanced, whatever else is going on. Have some cheese, eh?

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