March 5, 2013

Tuesday Update

I still have to make my MRI appointment. I guess I will call in the morning. Just forgot. But I want to know what I need to do and soon!
I have had so much to do that posting was difficult and my attitude has been blah to say the least.
Can you believe that it is March already? Weren't people just deciding what to make for Thanksgiving?  Bloggers were discussing the fall holidays and  all of a sudden spring is just around the next corner.
And then summer will be here.
I am working on a spring header using the same idea as I have been--the house and the barn as backgrounds. I will put that up very soon but I am not one to push the seasons to a close and spring is March 20th, so it can wait and I will enjoy what is left of wintertime.
Nothing else going on around here but I think what I have is enough anyway.
What are  you up to?


  1. Hi Annie, I agree, the days-seasons-months have just flown by. Christmas came and went and then a blur and I was busy with my dad and my life has changed forever. I know spring is almost here and I have to embrace life, just hard right now. I pray all goes well with your MRI and the outcome. How did you hurt your back? Hugs

  2. Looking forward to seeing your new header. I always love your graphics here! I'm praying that you can get your MRI done soon so that you will know what to do next. Take care.

  3. Hi Annie,
    Looking forward to your new header :) Good luck with the MRI when you get it and the results. Darylynn goes in for he cortisone injection today. I know the month is zooming by for me. When we leave for our trip next Friday we will be back in the 27th it will already be Spring and almost April! Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Dru

  4. Good luck with the MRI! The weather has turned cold again, this is officially the longest winter ever. Thankfully I have an upcoming trip to plan! :)

  5. Good luck with your MRI appointment, Annie. :)
    Time sure flies, I agree. Days are just zipping by under my eyes.
    Have a wonderful Thursday ahead.


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