Sunday, June 5, 2011

The Village Blocks...



It's been a while since I wrote, I haven't felt well for quite some time. Actually, I can't remember the last time that I felt what I'd call good!


The real down side of feeling lousy is not being able to babysit and spend time with the grandchildren. I managed to have them over for a couple of hours last week. I think they enjoyed themselves, and I did, too, but I required a nap whenever they went home!


While Madison and Cade were here, I brought out a set of Village Blocks that belonged to my sons when they were children(many years ago). I think the grandkids enjoyed playing with the little set. Cade especially liked the train! After playing with the village for a while, the grandkids "destroyed" the village by knocking everything over. (What makes children do that?) I jokingly told them that the town had just been hit by Hurricane Madison and Cade!


I'm hoping I will eventually start feeling good again. Until then, my posts may be scarce.

4 comments:

Mary said...

So sorry you're not feeling well. That's no fun at all. :(

LC said...

Kathy, thanks for your prayers and thoughts.And I am praying for you. I just read that verse James 5:16 that says , in part, ". . . and pray for one another that ye may be healed." Guess that is what we are doing, huh!Just saw 2 of my grands Sat. for first time in awhile. had a good time but like yoy, wanted to be down there with them. Hope you are back feeling good , beyond just better!

NanaDiana said...

It's funny. I was thinking about you in the car driving home today. I thought it had been a while since I had seen a post from you..us Mimis/Nanas have to stick together, you know. I hope that whatever is wrong is just some thing that will pass and is not a serious illness. If you want to "unload" I have been through some pretty rough health issues myself and bounced back..well, pretty much and would be willing to share that with you if you would like. Meanwhile, consider yourself on my prayer list. Hugs-Diana

Cindy said...

They need a set of Lincoln Logs. Some of my favorite memories are of playing with mine.