Tuesday, March 30, 2010


"Respect your elders
and let these ladies and gents
teach you a thing or two
about living life to the fullest"

The older I get,

the more I understand.

I am definitely,

on my way...

Hugs from Maine


Laurel Breton-Calhoun said...

What a rare and fun person. Reminds me of you sis!

Sandy, Sisters of Season said...

Isn't that the truth . . things seem to become easier to understand as I become older.

Kathy said...

Curious about your blog name. Are you a Bartlett also? That is my maiden name and we don't hear it often on the west coast. Love your blog. have a great weekend Kathy

Lynn said...

Wishing you and your family a Blessed Easter. Ben is in my prayers. My son, my baby of three, spent his 21 birthday in Afhganistan. It was a hard day for me as his mom. Have a story to share: Short version: He was to be back in the states afer his first deployment to Kuwait on Dec 24. He called Dec 24 and said he was snowed in in Maryland and would not make it home for Christmas and to tell everyone Merry Christmas and he would be home as soon. I was happy he was back in the states, this was before 9/11 we thought we were safe within our borders. I put down the phone and cried. I was alone in the house and heard the front door open. I was upstairs, thought my daughter had come over. I waited and no "hi mom" came. I got frightened as my husband was at work at Radio Shack. I kind of peeked out into the hall that lead to the stairs. There standing on the bottom step with the biggest smile and in his uniform was my son! Hey mom, Merry Christmas! I flew down those stairs and hugged, hugged, hugged him. Believe me Lisa, I know where your heart is, I understand all too well where you aer now. Where I was for 6 years and will be again later this year when my son goes to Turkey. You can share anything you need to share with me. Please email me anytime. I will try to get back to you within two days. God Bless and yes Jesus is always where us mothers cannot be for our sons once they join the Military. HE will wrap arms of love around Ben.

koralee said...

Love your sweet post today and your adorable blog. Thank you so much for your caring comment you left me the other day about my daugher's migraines..your kindness and words are so so apreciated. I am happy you left a comment because now I have found your lovely blog. xoxoxo Will be back.

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Decor To Adore said...

You wear it well!

Thank you for your kind thoughts and prayers.