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Monday, August 27, 2012

A little R&R


 It's time for a little R & R.
Rest and Relaxation.
I wish it I would be in the picture above.
But alas.
I've got a little bit of a neck issue, 
so staying away from the computer will be good.
The studio needs to be painted and put back together.
The table needs to be finished.
There is yard maintenance calling our names.
And there will be a few days down time. 
I will miss you more than you miss me.
However, I've got good things in store for September the 10th!
See you then..


Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Hi Marlis, I hope you enjoy your R & R, but I'm not thinking that you will be getting much R with that list of things waiting for you! Well, enjoy your time off, take care of your neck (!), and remember we will indeed MISS you too!!! Linda

Barbara F. said...

Enjoy some down time, Marlis, I will miss you. See you on the 10th. xo

Alycia Nichols said...

Take care of your little self!!!

On Crooked Creek said...

Thought for a minute there you were in Bennet Spring State Park...where "Mr. Ed" & I go for our Annual Trout Fishing Trip!!! Glad you're getting a much needed break...take care of yourself. Rest is good for the body, mind and soul!!! See you in September!!!

A Hint of Home said...

Enjoy that R & R! See you when you get back!

The French Hutch said...

Enjoy your downtime. You will be missed!

The French Hutch

Mary said...

I hope there is a little fun mixed in with your projects and your neck heals quickly :)

Entertaining Women said...

Ooh, neck problems....gives new understanding to "pain in the neck". A deer jumped through the driver's window of my car years ago, and to this day, I feel your pain. Enjoy your down time ;-). I'll be watching for your return. About the time you return, our new granddaughter should be making her appearance! Cherry Kay

Dianne said...

Take the time you need to come back relaxed and ready to toll. I failed at drying hydrangeas also, until I learned to only cut when they are really green, then put them in water and then just let the water dry up and POOF, perfectly dried hydrangeas. Hope you neck is better soon. Dianne

kitty said...

Hope your neck feels better soon! Have a good break and see you back soon. xo


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