Monday, July 13, 2020

A Rocky Trail not always a bad thing.
     Especially when one has the opportunity to do a bit of exploring with a couple of grands.

              We found a stroller friendly path lined with fun places to explore for the big guy 

and even the little one,

                                                with interesting sights to see along the way. 

Perfect for each of us.

      Life is lonely...I can't escape that even surrounded by so much love. Each new memory brings joy and I keep going always giving thanks to the legacy and history Fritz empowered us with.
    Of course New life helps a lot too. 
Meet Annie Kate, our #10, 


Debbie said...

oh joan, i am so happy to see you today, an update is just what i was hoping for!! these grands of yours are so beautiful, i am glad you are able to do fun things like this with them!! i can't help but wonder if that heart was fritz, joining you??

i am sure life is lonely...would sharing things here, with us, help in any way??

congrats on #10, i LOVE her little name!! i am praying for you, to find strength and some assemblance of happiness!!

Retired Knitter said...

Such lovely pictures of your grands!! You are blessed.

Lynne said...

“First Grand” is looking so grown up.
He is such a handsome lad . . .
And now there are ten . . . amazing.
I am sure they enjoy time at the farm, and with “granny Joan.”

Life is lonely . . . I find ‘lonely‘ and ‘alone’ very different.
I ache for you, love seeing your post.
What a fun time it must have been with “the two“ . . .

Garden this year??
Love Love . . .

llswink said...

Beautiful, Joan.

Elizabeth Edwards said...

we go up on the mountain and i always try to find my parents place ... made me smile that you did the same ... i can imagine where i think it is ... always joke i will give them a white flag and run up there and see if i can find them easily?? have a nice week. enjoy those family precious special moments. ( ;

TexWisGirl said...

I just popped in to say hello. I am sorry about the loss of your sweetheart. Bless you and yours.

Leonora said...

You found a lovely "rocky trail" to explore. I like going to high places and looking down. It puts life in an interesting perspective.
I am sorry for the loneliness. May all the love and history in your family be a strong companion.
Congratulations on Annie Kate's birth!She is beautiful.