Summer seems to be bolting through our lives at a speed that is hard to keep up with. So many appointments, day trips, and so much planned and checked off the list.
My biopsy came back okay, and for that I am so very thankful! God answered my nagging prayers to Him and set my mind at peace. He is awesome!
We are getting ready now for our annual beach vacation with all the kiddies and grand-kiddies. I hate leaving Gracie for the week, but Justin (my son) will be here with her so she will be in good hands. I am looking forward to relaxing and enjoying time with family in vacation atmosphere.
Things are slowed at the office and so I am re-grouping, organizing, and planning my marketing strategies for September. Sometimes it's nice to have time to breath in - breath out.
Thanks so much to everyone for their kind thoughts and prayers. I truly appreciate each and every one.
To all of my four legged furrends out there: it's flea and tick season. My advice is for you to hide under the bed and never come out. Except maybe for chicken. And steak. And cookies. And an occasional pee or poop. No lousy chemicals that make you sneeze. No humiliating picking off of fleas and rummaging through your fur to find them. No baths or mom saying Ewwwww there's another one! No worries. P.S. Watch the tail. If your tail is not a stub like mine is, it could easily be viewed from where your mom stands and safety is but an illusion. Tuck that tail between your legs buddy! There's nothing worse that being pulled out from beneath the bed and plopped into a wet, sudsy bath. Peace out. Gracie.
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