Sunday, August 05, 2007

Happy Sunday ...

Hello Everyone,

Just a quick g'day from me to you.

It has been a fairly quiet weekend ... did some washing, some cooking, lots of reading, and lots of blog reading (please let me know if I have somehow missed out on visiting your blog ... please forgive me if I have.)

I just wanted to say, too, a big thank you to all of you for your great, thoughtful comments on my last couple of posts. You are all such amazing people, and I cherish all your friendships with all my heart. The blog-world is a wonderful place

Chicky is over at a friend's place, I need to leave in about 1/2 an hour to pick her up ... they are visiting a couple of boys ... OMG, my 13 year old little baby is interested in boys ... that is so not fair !! Now Hubby will have to buy a shotgun (just kidding) for when the boys come a-calling !! She is a pretty girl, with a great little personality, and a lot of friends (OK, I am biased ... but it's all true), so I don't imagine I will be worrying about her being a little wall-flower ... quite the opposite, I guess !! Should be an interesting (?!?!) few years coming up !!

I hope you have all been having a great weekend. It is Sunday late afternoon, 1/4 to 5, as I write this ... my weekend's just about gone ... back to work tomorrow, and then again Wednesday.

I leave you all with a great quote that I currently have on my computer desktop ...

Have a great week.

Take care,


Puss-in-Boots said...

Hi Connie. Your little girl is growing up! It's a sad/sweet time, isn't it? Part of the changes of life we all went through and no doubt our parents had the same reactions as we did.

I hope you're getting some rain...our last decent rain was in June and not a drop since and there won't be any for a few months yet. Not looking forward to bush fire season.

Have a good week.

Merle said...

Hi Connie ~~ Boys already!!
What a time you have ahead of you, but if you have taught her well, which I think you would, she will be OK and sensible. Wouldn't hurt to cross your fingers though too!!
Glad you liked the Heron Peter gave me and your squirrel sounds nice. When do your parents get home from their trip? I hope they are enjoying it. I have plenty of CD s Connie so don't worry about that. BTW my weeds are the fastest growers also. Glad you have had a good weekend. Take care, Much love, Merle.

Jeanette said...

Hi Connie. Chickey is growing up 13 and boys.Just part of growing up,my house was always full of friends of my kids both sexes.its good for them to have friends of both sexes... look forward to see u soon. (((HUGS)))

Gina E. said...

Hi Connie, thanks for visiting Patra's Places! If your Chicky is anything like her Mum, she won't have any trouble making and keeping friends all through her life. I am so pleased to have met you through blogging, and look forward to continuing an off-cyberspace friendship!

Peter said...

Hi Connie, I'll find and send you (for hubby) "Rules for dating my daughter".

Val said...

Heh, I think I remember reading Peter's rules for dating his daughter...!

Your quote goes well with my motto, Connie.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

That's a colourful image on your desktop.

~*SilverNeurotic*~ said...

Chicky sounds a little like my sister (except she sounds a lot nicer). My sister is a total social butterfly, I honestly can't remember a day where she spent the whole day at home...she's always flying off one place or another...

and the funny thing is...she used to be a total wallflower when she was young.

Susie said...

They grow up so fast these days. Our 14 yr old grandson is quite interested in girls (and they in him!)

catsmum said...

What with the firearms restrictions and all, I'd suggest a baseball bat or the threat of same!

Anonymous said...

I bet your daughter is a doll. Good luck with those teenage years to I think we probably all drove our parents

Take care,

Dr. Deb said...

Happy Sunday. Or is it monday already by you!

Diane J. said...

I'm glad those teen years are behind Jessica, but now we'll be going through them with Emmy in a few years. Hopefully Chickie won't give you any real trouble and will be a popular, well liked typical teenaged girl.

Hope you have a great week, Connie. ;o)

Love and hugs,


The Lazy Iguana said...

The shotgun is a good idea. If you can not get one of those due to laws, then bear mace works. You need the bear mace, regular mace may not be strong enough.

Jenn said...

I'm happy for you that the sun has been shining. I remember 13. It was a time for teen magazine boys... Kirk Cameron, Micheal J. Fox...

This new avitar is temporary. I need a change.

Anonymous said...

You've been NAB'D!

T*mmy said...

So good to catch up after the weekend...thank you for stopping by my are ever the sweetie!!
Loved the quote!

Lee said...

Hi there Connie...these next few years are very important...and it's the time you must always have an "open" home and "open" heart. I've always believed that if your children's friends are welcome at all times in your home, you will have few problems. Anyway, teenagers can be so much fun to be around...keep your home a welcome haven for them. :)

Greeneyes said...

Meow ,
I left a comment here and now it is gone ,*scratches head* shrugs and looks up and down , no sign of it ???????I must have forgot to do something , sheeeesh ,Oh well,
Love the quote and Chicky and boys (muffles giggling noises ) tis all a part of life , enjoy ,she will be fine and the thought of the shotgun is enough LOL.
Always remeber to take a pic of each one she brings home so she can share a giggle in her old age . LOL you never know which one will stick like you and HUBBY ! AHHHHH young love , its a beautiful thing
HUGS and Love
from across the sea
my Queenie! LOL

Cecil said...

Connie...thanks for the prayers for Lesli... And I'm sure Chicky will do just fine..she has a smart mom to look to for any answers she needs... :)

Lynn said...

When I read that your thirteen year old daughter was visiting some boys with a friend, I got butterflies in my stomach. My daughter (Twelve) is getting there, and it freaks me out since I remember being a thirteen year old girl oh too well.

Drama Div@ said...

chill out. it's part of growing up!it's nothing. You worry too much..

Meow (aka Connie) said...

Puss In Boots ... thanks, she sure is growing up. Not much rain lately ... hopefully more soon.

Merle ... yep, boys already. I hope I am teaching her well, but I do remember myself at that age !!

Jeanette ... I always encourage her friends to come over ... no problems there. They seem to like me, that helps !!

Gina ... thank you, you are so sweet. Looking forward to catching up next week, too.

Peter ... thank you for the rules ... will print them out for Hubby !!

Val ... hahaha ... it's a nice quote, isn't it !!

Jean-luc ... very colourful.

Silverneurotic ... Chicky is a social butterfly, and very outgoing for an only child. She has a busy social life, busier than mine !!

Susie ... that's cool ... I'm sure he is a gentleman, too.

Catsmum ... hahaha ... thought of that !!

Connie ... thanks, she is a doll ... but I'm sure we will have moments ... most teenagers do ... hopefully only small moments !!

Dr. Deb ... thank you.

Diane ... I think you guys have a way to go with Emmy, but the time will come !! Hugs to you too.

Lazy Iguana ... bear mace sounds interesting !!! Not sure if it's available here LOL

Jenn ... lol the teen magazine boys. I think mine was Leif Garrett and Robby Benson.

Badoozie ... thank you, will plant the red button on my blog shortly !!

Tammy ... thank you, you are too sweet.

Lee ... I totally agree. As I said on an earlier comment, I always welcome Chickys friends, and they all seem to be alot of fun.

Greeneyes ... Blogger is eating comments again ... darn !! Oooh, taking a pic of each boy ... keeping like a little black book in pictures ... cool !! It's all gonna be such fun LOL. Hugs xx

Cecil ... thank you, and you are most welcome.

Lynn ... wow, 12 years old ... not long to go. And, unfortunately I DO remember being 13 ... can I be worried now LOL !?!

Drama Diva ... ummm, I hope it's nothing ... thanks.

Take care, Meow