Wednesday, July 23, 2008

There seems to be never enough time!!

Hi dear friends, Thank you for stopping by and I am so sorry for not being as attentive with my blog writing and reading - just so much going on, all good, just trying to settle in the new house and yard.

After my walk today, I started deadheading and clipping my daylillies, but as the temperature started creeping up, I had to head back into the house. Today we are having some friends from Miami stopping by for the afternoon and night. They will head home tomorrow morning, then Terry and I will head up to Flat Rock, NC to visit with friends for the weekend.

I am a bit behind with my e-mails and like I said my blog reading - and at this rate may not get caught up until Monday!!!

I have been very faithful with trying to stitch each and every day and yes, I have had a finish or maybe two, will post when my life gets more organized!!!

Please all have a wonderful weekend and I will try to get back on track next week!! Promise!! ;o)

With friendship, fabric, fibers and flowers,


Heidi said...

You are always on the move it seems Roberta. Remember to take time to breathe. :) When it gets too hot just come and sit with your feet up to stitch. Please don't forget to stop in to my blog when you do get a chance to pick up your award.

hugs -

Nancy said...

Enjoy your visit with your friends Roberta! I can share the sympathy with the hot southern heat. Stay cool!

Nancy said...

You are a very busy lady. I hope you have a nice visit with your friends, your flowers down the side are so pretty. Happy stitching.
Nancy V

angelasweby said...

Gardening is definitely a full time job isn't it and this weather is exhausting. It's been hotter here today than in a long while.
Everything is looking lovely :>)
I hope you have a great time with your friends.
Hugs, Angela

Brigitte said...

Roberta, you've got a wonderful garden and I love all the pictures of the flowers you show us. Of course, it takes a lot of time to keep and maintain a garden like yours. I'm looking forward to seeing more pictures of it.