Springtime joys come in so many forms. The warmer weather signals new growth in our garden. As buds appear the hope of new life signals warmer days ahead. Well, maybe as the days of April are fickle with 80 degree days mixed with near freezing evenings.
It's almost, well almost, an embarassment of color that blooms in our garden!
Our youngest grand had Spring break recently and we were able to all go to our favorite place, the beach. It's wonderful to be with our grands as their busy schedules limit our time we can see them.
Alex was able to spend the weekend with us before returning home as he still had work and classes in college to attend.
It was so good to spend time with our son as well. It's so hard to believe his sons are practically grown. It doesn't seem so long ago that he was their ages.
Grayden and I had such a good time with our grands. We're so thankful to have three wonderful grandsons. As most of you know our oldest grandson Samuel lives with us and was holding down the fort at home while working and attending classes.
I come from a long line of beach lovers. My late cousin and his wife were as well. Many benches at the beach are left with memories of loved ones. Grayden and I found Elizabeth and Jerry's near our hotel.
Our time away was a balm for our souls. Full of great memories of time well spent with our loved ones.