Friday, April 3, 2015

Sisters...

I love the expression on Audrey's face. So proud and excited to be a big sister once again.

She's become a little girl seemingly over night. A big three year old! But still my grandbaby in many ways. Hazel was in the background somewhere. She's interested in new baby Adele, and thinks she's "SO CUTE!", but many other things are also interesting. We look forward to lots of fun with these three sisters!

I'm enjoying "Elizabeth and Her German Garden". At first I wasn't sure about her. She seemed to dislike her husband whom she referred to as The Man of Wrath. But as I read further my viewpoint was changed a bit. I'm still only a third of the way through, but I find her descriptions of her thoughts very much like my own. We are strange birds. ;) It's a real page turner. It's been a while since I've read a book that captured my attention as this one has.

Back to reading and drinking my decaf. Hope you have a cozy evening and a Happy Easter. It is finished! Shalom.

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  1. Little Audrey looks the picture of her momma. Such a sweet face, I agree. I'm reading an Eliz. Von Arnim too, 'The Enchanted April'. Had seen the movie, but not read it. Take care and have a special Easter. Always a relief, I'm sure, when the babies are hear and you're not waiting anymore. :)

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    1. Wonderful to have Adele safely delivered! :)

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  2. What a wonderful photo: a newborn baby in the arms of her loving sister! This is Easter-Blessing!

    Have a merry Easter and a lot of joy with your miracle-family and with your book!!

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    1. Thanks, Dori! You are a blessing, too! :)

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  3. Such a sweet picture. Happy Easter!

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  4. Wonderful photo! Congratulations on another grandbaby. Adele is so sweet and so is her big sis.

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  5. Sweet sister shot :) Congrats to the whole family! I'm glad you're enjoying the book. Reading about Elizabeth, I recall that she did love her 1st husband, although they had troubled times. But he died. Her 2nd husband was much, much worse and the marriage did not survive. She is certainly an interesting woman.

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