Before today's post, I want to share two things.
1) Many of the lovely graphics you see on the right sidebar of my blog are the designs of Mo from the beautiful blog, Rose Petals from Heaven.
She is immensely talented, kind and generous. I just want you to know that those graphics are her creations.
2) Have any of you been bothered by spam? Seriously, hundreds of offers for free drugs online have swamped my comment section.
Gratefully, the span detector I have picks most of them before they appear in the comments but it's really upsetting to me.
I have gotten hundreds and hundreds of these stupid drug offers and I don't even take aspirins!
If any of you know how these get there and why, and how to prevent them from coming at all, I'd appreciate your help and suggestions.
Thanks. Hugs to all. Susan
A pretty homemade Valentine's Day card in a white frame stood on a table in the downstairs bathroom of my cousin's house.
I was there to attend a baby shower.
A very special aunt, who died just a couple of years ago in January, made the lacy card for her oldest daughter, my cousin.
We all miss her so very, very much.
Being the clever decorator she is, my cuz just recently framed her late mother's message of love.
In front of it on the sweet little table were several small angels.
I could not help think that my beloved aunt (along with her sister, my late Mom.) is among the angels in the other realm of life,
We all miss her, of course, and she'll never again make a special Valentine Day card.
That's why seeing the framed Valentine went straight to my heart.
The pretty red hearts shown at the top of this post are in the window in the same room as the framed Valentine.
DO YOU SAVE CARDS YOU RECEIVE?