Monday, October 10, 2011

MY BABIES ARE ALL GROWING UP...

         MY OLDEST GRANDAUGHTER, CAN'T BELIEVE SHE IS A TEENAGER. IT SEEMS LIKE YESTERDAY SHE WAS JUST A BABY. I AM SO PROUD OF HER.


Loves to have her pic taken. just like her Mom and Aunt
These are my two girls in a rare moment! I will have to put pics up of my other sweeties later today. I need to do alot of things I have let go. I decided I am going to do alot of things I haven't done. I am going to make my bucket list up, and try my best to do everything on it. I am tired of  having 2,3,or4 surgeries a year. I am tired of being miserable for two months after each time. It is time for a change.........Have a wonderfulday!

5 comments:

BumbleBeeLane said...

Change is good sweetie.I know it's hard all you go through but you have the best outlook and are always such a encouragement.Beautiful girls.Warm Blessings!~Amy

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Hi, Linda, it's nice to meet you.
I'm with you, girl. I had two spine
fusion/disc replacement surgeries a
year for 3 years straight. I said "NO"
this year, so it's going to be spinal
corticosteroid injections. At least it
won't be 2 months to get over it and
months of physical therapy. It is a
hard thing for you to go through and I
feel for you.
Your daughters and granddaughter are
so beautiful. You have a lovely family.
I joined your blog, too.
Thanks for joining mine.
Warm Regards,
Susan

Sheila said...

Hi Linda~
lovely girls and yes they grow way to fast!
You have such a positive outlook that many of us can learn from. I hope you are enjoying a wonderful fall day my friend.

Bless you,
Sheila

Vicky said...

Hi Linda! Beautiful girls! And yes they do grow up WAY too soon!
Sorry for all of the pain you're having to go through but sure do like your positive attitude. It's when we stop and do nothing that it hurts the most.
xxxooo
Vicky

Ellie's Country Accents said...

Your girls are pretty. Grandkids grow up too fast. I made a bucket list this year. Keep the faith that your health will be better.
Hugs, Ellie