To live in love is to live in everlasting youth. Whoever enters old age by this royal road will find the last of life to be the very best of life. Instead of finding himself descending the hills of life, he will find it uphill all the way, into clearer air. There the vision reaches further; there the sunsets are more golden, and the twilight last longer. Mary Livermore
I've been out of touch for a while. I was nursing an infection for a couple of weeks and then I fell into a bad depression. Think maybe it was just a BAD PITY PARTY. Any way thats what my son thinks. I talked to the nurse today and all the tests came back and everything is back to normal with the infection and I am taking a positive approach to everything now so I'm going to be fine and happy from now on. We are what we eat and WE ARE WHAT WE THINK! I for one am going to think before I open my mouth. Hopefully tomorrow I am going to get started working on an antique chair. I'm taking pictures of the before and I will show it when it is finished. I have six of these antique chairs and I want to get them all done and ready for the Cleburne Antique Alley this April. I've got a lot of work before that time and it will be here before we know. Time goes by so fast these days.
Here are some pansies I wanted to share with everyone. These came from an old book back in the 1800's I think. They are so pretty.