Wednesday, June 13, 2012

He's A Keeper

Monday and Tuesdays are long days at work, about 10 hours. By the time I walk in the door
making dinner is not what I want to do. Monday I walked in the door and found this!

He had made dinner and not just some dinner he tried a brand new recipe!
David does not cook he doesn't even flip hamburgers this was huge!
I even had a little flower on my plate and he made a bouquet of roses from my garden.
It was a wonderful meal He is a keeper and so is the recipe.
 He told me that it had terms he knew from carpentry. Slice, shave,chop so he thought he could handle it :0)

Three of my planters outside are a beautiful blue so I decided on red, white, and blue as a planting theme for my pots.
 The non blue pots I took a cue from Stone Wall Kitchens and planted a blueberry bush in one.
every chipmunk and squirrel in a 10 mile area have checked it out.  We may not get
many blueberries to eat.
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The nights are still cool so it is fire pit time.


Two of our chairs are painted and ready.
And our house is decked out for the fourth. We will be home for the fourth the first time in several years. Our area has wonderful fireworks and parade I am looking forward to attending.
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My husband's cousin Donna has started a blog so hop on over, say hi and that I sent you.
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If you have a little room for some extra prayers please add my niece Melissa who is facing a major health
crisis. She is much to young  at 34. 
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What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered.
   Ralph Waldo Emerson
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21 comments:

Saundra said...

Yes I would say he IS a keeper for sure. It is things like that which make us females just swoon over our men....well that is if you are lucky enough to have a man in your life.

Yes, will say a prayer, for sure.

Saundra

BumbleBeeLane said...

So sweet of him! Sending up a prayer for your niece.Warm Blessings!~Amy

Primitive Stars said...

Hello, he is a keeper, how cute is he. I tried a blueberry bush last year, no go, yours looks good. I love fire pit time,yey!!! The porch looks wonderful, Gob Bless The U.S.A. Will send up a little prayer, much to young. Blessings Francine.

Jan - Life on Buttermilk Hill said...

Sweet hubby you have there! I agree--he's a keeper! I will include your niece in my prayers with my son Brian.--Jan

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

You better believe he is a keeper :)

My pots are all red, white and blue this year too. Am loving all the patriotic blooms. I plan to put up my buntings and Americana decor on my porch this weekend -- can hardly wait :)

Blessings!
Gail

Rose H (UK) said...

How sweet of David to surprise you like that - he must be romantic soul at heart, such a lovely rose :o)
Keeping your neice in my thoughts..
Best wishes
Rose H
xx

Orange Sink said...

Hi Cathy,
He's a keeper for sure! Bless his heart! My hubby flips burgers and gets take-out. I'm glad for that though!
Your place looks so grand all decked out for summer!
Prayers for your niece. So young is right!
Blessings to you and David!
Cathy G

DM said...

Cathy, I have to agree with you that husband of yours sure is a keeper. Tell David I said Hi! Also, thank you so much for mentioning my blog on yours...much appreciated.

woollylottrugs said...

What a wonderful thing to come home to. I'd say he is a keeper!!! Hope you are both doing well.

hugs
cyndi

Kim said...

After following your blog for awhile, I suspected Dave was a keeper. What a wonderful surprise to come home and find your feast prepared.
I hope Melissa hears our prayers :)

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Prayers for your niece and kudos to your resident chef! How sweet was that?,

Cherry's Prairie Primitives said...

How wonderful so get such a delicious thoughtful meal!!!

Dog Trot Farm said...

I agree, David is a keeper. I just love a man who knows his way around a kitchen or is willing to find his way around a kitchen. Let's hope the sun appears tomorrow, I know my blueberry bushes could use some. Sending prayers, Julie.

Chatty Crone said...

Wow he is a keeper and let him know it. sandie

annie said...

That was so sweet of him, flowers too! Love the chairs and bunting. I'll be praying for her too.

moosecraft said...

Awwww! Definitely a keeper! I love that screened in porch!!!

The Paisley Studio/Sarah McNamara said...

How sweet!

jody said...

oh my gosh i think yes he is a keeper! so nice after a long day! love your porch and the view! your chairs are beautiful and bright! i will send thoughts and prayers for your niece... enjoy your day cathy and dave!

Stacy Crawford said...

What a nice surprise! Definitely a keeper!

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Of course I will add your niece to my prayers along with you and David.
He is absolutely a keeper. How sweet was this surprise. Love that man that he did this for you.
Wish you more days just like this one honey.
Love ya
Maggie

yaya said...

Ahhhh...I hate blogger sometimes..I posted a comment but it disappeared..so here goes another try. I love that David made you such a yummy dinner..with flowers and everything..very romantic! I think your porch and yard look so inviting. I wish our back deck was screened to keep the bugs at bay. Enjoy the weekend and I'll keep your family in my prayers as always.