Here's my youngest son in his dorm room. Its been nearly a week now of not having him here in the house with me daily. It is quiet with exception of his text telling me what to bring next time we visit. So far we have request for tennis racket/balls, a cable for the tv and his bike. I'd say he is getting along just fine.
Oh gosh my husband was so happy for our son and in good humor the photo was taken.
One more photo of this sweet kitty that I loved so much in the short time I had her. The power of friendships through blogging is amazing. One of my blog readers named Mary C. reached out to help above and beyond the normal. You see, Mary lives in Florida and I'm in North Carolina. Mary fell head over heels in love with kitty's photos and she tried to help me locate a home for her. (along with so many others) In a nutshell, Mary had to have kitty for herself. Logisitics wasn't the problem as far as she was concerned but asking her sweet hubby Clay was. Mary's hubby is a keeper! On Saturday, he flew from Florida to Atlanta, switched flights to Charlotte where we were able to meet and hand over sweet kitty (I'm in tears of course) and then he flew back with her to Atlanta to catch his flight back to Florida. Clay gets upgraded to First Class so guess who else went First Class?!!!! It's a kitty story with a happy ending and I'm so relieved she is in a good loving home. Care to guess what the purr-fect new name Mary and Clay gave kitty?
My home is an empty nest now with just husband and I. I'm learning to cook for two again. I tease my husband that if I make spaghetti I can feed him for a month. It's the beginning of a new chapter for us.