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dblay

Thank you, Annie, for your kind and sweet words. It was very hard at first but I had loving parents who lived close by and helped us make it. I am thankful each day to the Lord for my son and how caring he is of me. Of course, I am very proud of him. :-))

taunteanna

I'm so very sorry about your husband. That's just horrible. You had to be a very strong lady to handle that loss, plus having a 3 month old? I just don't know what to say. I feel so bad. You have your son who watches over you and I'M so happy that you are close with him. My son is like yours, he never wants to marry or have kids. So, I'll never be a grandmother which I really wanted to be. The crosses in life. We all have them. God love you so much.

dblay

Yes, my son and I share our home. He has never married because he really cared for a girl once and she just wanted to be "friends" and she married another guy and it was at that point he decided he would never marry and he saw so many of his friends getting married and then divorcing and he said he did not want that plus, his own Daddy, my husband, was killed when he was 3 months old and he just decided all of those things he did not want to deal with and decided to stay a bachelor and he has. My husband was the "Love of my Life" and we were even sweethearts at about 4th grade so I never even thought of remarrying. Is your son married? I'm like you about calling on my son to do stuff for me. I want him to have a good life of his own but he is very good to me and since we live together, he is very helpful when I do need him.
Love and hugs, my friend, until next time. :-)

taunteanna

What a beautiful letter!! I didn't know you lived with your son. How very lucky you are. What a sweet son. Was he ever married? My son live in the town next to me so he checks on me or I should visits me once a week. We'll text or talk in between if I have a problem. I don't bother him too much because he is so busy with work. I've never been that kind of mom that expected my son to be at my beck and call. I'm happy you found a nice, new doctor. I find it odd that DOCTORS are sending the sick to urgent care. What are they doing? This can't keep going on. I thought the masks was supposed to be "prevention" of contacting this virus. I just wonder if this is the new norm for Dr. visits now. Our visits in MA is a phone call. Any problem go to the hospital. I can't figure it out. I have two sisters and talk with each one every other week. The sister I'm closet to lives in Montreal. It stinks because I can't visit her any more. My youngest sis is about an hour away. We were never really close. I have more to talk to you than I do with her! :0) As always, I send you much love and hugs.

dblay

Good morning, Annie. Yes, I do love barns, especially red ones. :-) My appt. was to see a new "family doctor." The one I used for 46 years, retired, so I had to pick a new one. Two came in new to this office so I picked one and really liked him. They were not taking any "sick" folks and were sending all of them to Urgent care and only taking folks that were just needing Labs and a talk with the doctor. I have been so careful getting out of the house (except to go to certain doctors that I really HAVE to see, so I was needing the usual Lab work there. It worked out fine and I just hope "we" were safe. My son took me, of course, and he saw the same doctor. :-) I also take naps, after lunch, and 2 or 3 times a week, I call my sister, who is also a widow, but she lives alone. She is a big "talker" so the conversations usually last at least 2 hours. (ha) She can tell me things that sisters talk about and that she does not want to discuss with her kids. She is 84. You were saying you cut out your landline phone and cable and I understand that because if my son and I didn't share our house AND the bills, I could not afford any of that myself. It seems I too pray a lot about every little thing that comes up, including really serious matters like the Virus, our President and our Nation. At one time, I read a lot but now my eyes are giving me a lot of problems so I'm not reading much. With having to hang onto my walker, there's not a lot I can do unless I can sit so my son cooks and cleans the things I can't. September just blew away in the wind, somehow. :-)) Time flies as we get older, it seems. Much love to you, my friend. It is always so good to hear from you and talk to you. Hugs and many blessings, dear lady, until next time.

taunteanna

I know how much you love RED farm barns. Every time see one, I automatically think of you. How are you doing? What was the appointment for? What do you do to keep busy during day? I take naps, LOL. I CUT OUT CABLE AND MY LANDLINE PHONE. JUST CANNOT KEEP PAYING THE PRICES. Oh my, I didn’t realize the caps were on I’m not going to rewrite this so know I’m not yelling at you. LOL. I get so bored I’m trying to pray more for our country and the President. I do find great peace when I pray the rosary. Well my dear friend, May out Lord JESUS always keep you protected with His love. What happened to September? The last I knew it was the end of August....
Love and Hugs

dblay

Good morning. I had an appointment in town yesterday so I did not get on the PC which means I am just now finding your response below AND your new Kitty Avatar. :-) I love beautiful farm pictures, especially with those huge red barns, a nice home, fields of corn or a nice garden and a dog and cat. :-)))

taunteanna

I enjoyed solving this, too. I saw it and had to post. It probably has been a dozen times already. Lol.

dblay

What a FANTASTIC Farm and homeplace this is. Just beautiful. Corn looks great and I see someone is buying some too. :-)) The lady of the house is making a sale while the man of the house is checking out that pretty car there. GREAT PUZZLE, Annie, and THANK YOU for finding and posting it. Lots of fun. Until next time, my friend, take care, be safe and lots of hugs!!!

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