Saturday, January 30, 2010

Adieu

I feel the above title appropriate.  I found that this little Anglo-French word means "to God".  And so should my life ever be lived ~ Adieu!

This is my last post at The Little Blue Cottage.  Add on top that I am ill and you will understand why I am feeling quite melancholy.  Earlier in the week my youngest son came down sick.  He had to go to school as it was finals week and we are moving.  That was not good for him and he developed bronchitis and an ear infection.  He is on antibiotic and slowly returning to health, however, I have come down with what he has.  I pray I do not get as sick as my son.  I have been taking herbs and drinking lots of hot tea.

I am still trying to get my men to pack.  The boys have packed some things, but the biggest problem is my dear husband.  He just told me that if he doesn't pack then he isn't going.  Oh, here he finally comes with his suitcase and he is opening drawers of his dresser.  My goodness, Dusty has jumped into one of the drawers, maybe she wants to be packed. ;-)

Well, dear friends, I must bid you farewell for now, God bless each of you for being a tool in His loving hand.  You have blessed me with your thoughtful caring comments and support in prayer.  I sincerely appreciate each one of you.  Please visit me at my new blog House on the Hill and join us in Colorado.

P.S.  I was quite naughty last night.  I slipped out of the house alone and went down to my favorite movie theater.  I saw the movie "The Young Victoria".  It was absolutely delicious!!!  I floated from the theater to my car on a cloud not regretting my naughtiness in the least.  However, I did suffer for my transgression as I felt quite ill driving home.  Thankfully, a cup of hot tea and rest helped me feel more comfortable.

3 comments:

outdoor.mom said...

farewell to the little blue cottage. May God make these days to come full of joy, mirth and happy memories.

Karen June Miller said...

I want to see this movie, too! I still have yet to see Bright Star! Love period pieces!

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Stop by my blog to enter my Harney and Son's "Irish Breakfast Tea" Giveaway. Just post a comment.

Best Blessings, KJ

Karen June Miller said...

I don't know if you will be reading this note. I do miss reading your blog posts. I hope all is well and that life is on the mend for you.

My daughter just bought Young Victoria today. I love that movie.

Hugs, KJ
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