A Really Good Day!

Ahhhhh, a really good day..what makes a good day~ something as simple as getting things on your 'to do' list crossed off.  Some days it's just getting one much needed chore done or even getting started. 

Yesterday felt like a good day after taking on a flower bed with way too many things classified as BEAUTIFULLY HEALTHY  WEEDS.  I had not planned to tackle that but just casually  began to remove a few and then before I knew it had both feet [literally] inside the bed and began grabbing and pulling weeds  with a vengeance..at times by the handsful. 

Oh sure I dislike the black soil under my pretty nails and same in between my toes and between the flip flops and my bare feet...I know, not the right shoes-But it sure feels good when you turn the water hose and really cold water sprays away all evidence of where you've been ..

A good feeling..A Good Day!


  1. I had a really good day, too! We were outside most of the day and the heat and sunshine felt good. I'm enjoying your blog! ♥

  2. Thanks for stopping by-I am so thrilled & impressed by the creativity of so many of you ladies w your blog sites! I have to remind myself I don't have to be like anyone else..my primary reason for doing the blog is to challenge myself w the technology and also have a place to put down my ideas and thoughts..IT'S EXCITING


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I am so glad you stopped by-whether accidental or intentional. Some days my posts will be entirely inspirational and other times quite random but the time we share can be worthwhile. My initial intent was to use this space for my Mobley Family notes { james n mobley line } I know one can only write when inspired to do so. With that in mind I caution you to expect various twists and turns in the conversation as we wander Down the Lane and Around the Curve. If you have a clue what a Lane is then you already know that a walk down the lane can be a solitary walk, ambling without the company of another or it can simply be a leisure experience with someone who's company you enjoy, working out the world's problems or just soaking up nature and God's spectacular creation surrounding you. There is enjoyment either way. I say all that to say this: "Our walk down the lane will be much more interesting if you come along with me from time to time. I am not the only one with something to share so please join in as you are motivated or inspired.
Please know that I have not abandoned my first blog Down the Lane. I still drop in to read comments and check my tracker to see who's reading or even if there might be a new Follower. I have noticed when I check the traffic on Like Gramma's House and come over to DTL I am seeing apparently the same visitors are checking in on both sights..based on the city and state and time frame of the visitors..That's Great! Thank you faithful few who are inquisitive enough to click on the links and come over. Let me explain ...in case you have missed it earlier: This is my original blog. At a point in the process of this project I began to drift in a new direction creatively and hence Like Gramma's House was birthed. By way of continued explanation for what looks like an orphaned blog here..I simply have not come up with a way, an idea for either following through with Down the Lane or closing it out. One cannot write without inspiration. I just don't have a clue where to go with this one. The only glimmer of a creative twist I have is to invite my cousins to contribute to the family stories, pictures with their own quirky takes... looking back Down the Lane.There has been no encouragement leading me to think they would pitch in. They all have wonderful memories to share.. and I am confident it would be worth while. Apparently just don't think what they have to share would be blog worthy.

My Gramma's House~

Time changes so many things. Loved ones are no longer here. Landmarks dissappear from the landscape. Entire communities are seemingly erased. Homes have burned leaving scarcely a footprint in the earth where they once stood. Even so, we still refer back to things 'the way they once were' as being ~Like Gramma's House~ http://mygrammashouse.blogspot.com/


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