I miss you Sam!!

I miss you Sam!!
I miss you Sam!!

Saturday, June 8, 2013

HOORAY!



1'M  BACK ONLINE!!!! THERE ARE STILL SOME GLITCHES TO FIGURE OUT, BUT HOPEFULLY I'LL MANAGE!!!  THE DUCKS ARE HELPING!!!

10 comments:

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

The ducks would help anybody! They make me smile. Please don't worry about the glitches you're experiencing with the header defeat you (I saw a comment you made on somebody else's blog). Just please do ...keep on blogging. Your posts are wonderful and we would all miss you incredibly if you didn't post.

TexWisGirl said...

DO NOT GIVE UP! we'd miss you too much!

Dianne said...

Yes! ducks will help ..... wishing you a glitch-free week Sylvia with a little sunshine in your days. xx

Andrea said...

Two little Ducky Patoots ... couldn't be cuter and absolutely what I would expect when I come to see you. I know all those comments above are mistaken, because you would never quit on anything ... you may die trying, but you will keep trying. That's because you are awesome and we all know it. Welcome back to our crazy blogging world.

Andrea @ From The Sol

Betsy Adams said...

Glad you are getting it all worked out, Sylvia... AND--I'm sure it was the DUCKS that helped you fix it all!!!!!! ha

Hugs,
Betsy

Karen said...

Loving the duck reflections. Good to see you posting!

Arija said...

Ah, you have found the elixir of youth! Ducks!
You are so right, they always help.
When all else fails, there are always ducks . . .

Stay well, stay happy and enjoy!

Sandy Carlson said...

I'm glad you're back! And that the ducks are teaching to let it roll....

The Chair Speaks said...

We're glad to have you back!
The ducks are so cute! Purrs!

marlu said...

Love that photo of the ducks!!!!

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