Wednesday, June 15, 2011

A Surprise

Something new and exciting is coming to live at our house. New and exciting to us, anyway.

Chickie will be bringing the aforementioned new and exciting something to us tonight.

New. Exciting.

To our house.

Pictures to follow, after the new and exciting something arrives, of course!

Have a wonderful day. Hope something new and exciting is headed your way!

Carol

9 comments:

Mildred said...

Can't wait to see pictures!

We are getting something "new" tonight - RAIN - FINALLY!!!

Vee said...

Does it breathe, eat, sleep, jump?

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Is it a cat? Well have fun! Now at her age it could also be a boyfriend!

Fun post.

Olive Cooper said...

Oh goodness...that happens. CC just studies and Skypes. She is taking three online summer courses and is being tutored in Spanish. Keep em busy!

Cottage 1945 said...
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Cottage 1945 said...

Thanks so much for stopping by to say hello. I can't wait to find out what your new, exciting, something is.

Cindy said...

What?!?!? You're not going to tell us what it is? Guess I will just have to come back tomorrow!
Hugs, Cindy

Debbie said...

Since I'm a big lover of surprises, I will wait patiently for the pictures.

Well, I will wait for them. Patience and I are kind of strangers.

Sara said...

Thanks for the advice, Carol. My situation is a little different. I'm a rural, mixed animal practicioner and work an average of 50 hours a week, 8-5:30 most days, pull every 3rd weekend on call and am on call during the week 1-2 times a week. My husband is a dairy farmer and works longer hours than I do. Some days I just sit and wonder how on earth we're going to have time to raise a family. Then others I get so dirty and smelly working on cows that I wonder if a daycare worker would willingly hand my child back to me. My practice is also very child-friendly (in fact, encouraging it) but I still worry (yes, worrying is bad) about how in the world we're going to make it work. I guess when the time comes we'll just have to make it work or make sacrifices to raise our family the way we want to. Thanks again!