Friday, January 18, 2013

See You Soon

The house is quiet once more, sounds of a french horn practicing will absent for awhile. The room over the garage is empty again and we are back to being two. We have enjoyed having my young son around the house for awhile but it is time for him to go back to school.

You know they need to go, walk the path God has set out for them but as a mom it is hard to say goodbye. In our case it wasn't goodbye but, see you soon, because we plan to see each other in March for a concert that he will be in, but for now I am a little sad, it was a real nice visit

Always send them away with goodies

Tonight my husband and I have planned a date night and tomorrow we are filling the house with grandchildren...thats one way of chasing away the blues


FP said...

Congratulations. Very good and interesting your blog.


Debbie said...

Oh my, do I ever know that feeling... : (

Glad you got the time with him though, and your right, nothing chases the blues away like time spent with grands...enjoy!

Always Nesting said...

OH, I hear you! In the thick of raising teens/young adults I remember how Steve and I would talk about when we finally got to be alone with no kids. Well, that's here and it's not near as much fun as we thought it would be. We get to "date" as much as we want - or have the energy to go out but that just doesn't replace the presence and laughter.

Lucky, blessed, you to be able to fill your home with grandkids being close. Ours are 8 hours away.

Lorraine said...

The french Horn is an awesome instrument! Happy you will be seeing your son soon and will be giggling with grandchildren tomorrow :)

Nancy said...

Instead of being sad the time is over be joyful that you had the visit...easy to say to but hard to do from one mother to another...but I do agree with you that those grandkids will fill your heart and mind while they are there.....

NanaNor's said...

Hi Maryann, After awhile you will get used to the quiet; when our grands leave after an evening, we are so exhausted. Love them but thankful to send them home.
Hope you have a wonderful evening.
Hugs, Noreen