Sunday, November 11, 2012

Gratitude~Day 11

I am so grateful that I live close enough to Sara, Blake and Tiger that I can see them often.  Like Today! 
I got hugs and kisses from my sweet boy! 
He has grown so much in a month! 
I will go back later this week to stay with Tiger while his Dad is out of town and his Mom is working!  I can hardly wait! 

I had some wonderful time with Sara and Blake also!  We discussed the home they are hoping to purchase.  It will be their first home and we are all hoping it works out!  I got a little tour of the property!  It is so cute!
If all goes well, they will be in their new home by Christmas!
We are grateful for some 'help' from my Mom to make this happen! 

Hugs,
Linda

19 comments:

Chatty Crone said...

That house is beautiful! I hope they get it. And moms are so wonderful to help aren't they? I am glad you are back safe. I am glad you are home. I missed you. I see that you called me today is everything okay? Sorry I missed it we were at church and it wasn't until later I saw it and then I was head over heels in homework. sandie

Chatty Crone said...

I forgot Tiger is so cute!

Kathe said...

Now I know what It feels like to look into the eyes of a grandchild Linda, I know just how you feel when you get those hugs and kisses from Tiger :-) What a beautiful home! I'll add my prayers that they get it :-) Have a wonderful week!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I'm so glad you got home safe and sound and got to spend time with your sweeties! I know those hugs are worth more than anything! Take care and enjoy the week ahead!

Gina said...

Oh how exciting! I hope all goes according to plan. It'll be great to have Tiger settled in his new home before Christmas. How sweet of your Mom!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Tiger is adorable!! You ARE so blessed to be close enough to be able to help out and spend time with him!!
Their new place looks nice. What a great yard - so much potential there! Hope it works out for them!!

Susan said...

Your grandson is a cutie! I am so envious of your closeness to your him. My guy told me he wished I lived closer--broke my heart.
The house looks perfect, good luck to everyone on the move. XOXO

Marigene said...

I can imagine how happy you were to see that cute little guy!
Hope all goes well and they are in their new home by Christmas...

Sarah said...

Oh, what a lovely setting for their home. I know they are all excited. And I know you are excited to have some Tiger time. Enjoy.......Sarah

Barbara F. said...

Wishing your daughter and her family all the best and I hope they are moved in and all decorated in time for Christmas. You Mom is a special Lady. xo

Susan said...

Ohhhhh, so happy to see little darling Tiger again!

And the home is lovely, Linda. Just lovely.

Hope your week is terrific. (I know it will be, seeing your little sweetie pie, Tiger. ) Susan

Zootsuitmama said...

That is my (ok, one of my) dream house styles! I found a whole street of them here in good ole Independence, Missouri! So very Brady Bunch! Glad you are back home and getting to see your baby!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

I hope everything goes well and they'll be in the new home by Christmas. Looks like there will be plenty of room for Tiger to play.

It's All Connected said...

The only thing more exciting than a first home is getting to spend time with the grandkids! You've a lot to be grateful for, for sure. ~ Maureen

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Both Tiger and the house are adorable! Best of luck with the new home:@)

Jill said...

Sounds like you are settling In just fine!

Love the carport on the house!

Jacqueline said...

What a beautiful piece of property! That would be so fun to be in there before Christmas! I love the wooded lot.

How fun to get to see the kids often. We had all of ours over and yes, the kisses and hugs and smiles are the best!

Vintage Christine said...

Darling house--will keep my fingers crossed that they get it. Tiger really IS growing fast, and what a cutie-pie!!!!

the cape on the corner said...

what a super cute home! great things on the horizon, then.