Sunday, July 31, 2011

Weekend Wind Up

On Friday night we were given tickets to see Natalie McMaster and her husband. She is from Cape Bretton. It was an amazing show and David loved every toe tapping minute of it. She had her husband and children 5 and 2 on stage. If you get a chance to see them GO!                                                                                                                     

Husband yelled get your camera I see a blog moment here. He was right this butterfly went from one flower to the next. So very peaceful.

On Sat we saw miss baby she is 7 months now and so smart and fun. She will do something and look right at your face for your expression. She is such a sweetie.
By Sat night David wasn't feeling well and it got worse on Sunday. He goes in for blood tests in the morning. I really don't want to make this blog about his disease but I am worried so much and I am asking for your continued prayers. He needs each one.
A very happy anniversary to My daughter and Son in law! 3 years on Tue!
Love is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired..... Robert Frost
Have a great week my sweet friends


GardenofDaisies said...

She is amazing! Was here for the Irish Festival a few years ago.

Rose H (UK) said...

Sounds like a great night out, how lovely to be treated to the tickets Cathy!
Such a pretty butterfly - we're not seeing many this year, my budlia is usually covered in them but I've only spotted about half a dozen all together.
It must be lovely to have a little one in the family! They grow up SO quickly.
Sorry that David isn't feeling too good Cathy, be assured you are both never far from my thoughts, even across the miles.
Finally, wishing your Daughter and Son in law a wonderful 3rd anniversary! (According to the UK lists that either their Leather, crystal and glass of fuschia anniversary!)
Rose H

Courtney said...

I love Natalie McMaster. I'm a celtic fiddler and I can't get enough of this music. I'm glad you both were able to get to hear her play. Another great fiddler is Eileen Ivers. And a great Irish fiddler is Martin Hayes.

Sorry to hear that David is having some rough days. I think of you both often and will continue to keep him in the forefront of my prayers.

Kim said...

Natalie is an amazing performer. I'm sure it was a great show. I'll be sending good thoughts your way.
Hugs to you and Dave

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

I am so sorry about your husband not feeling good right now. I know this weighs on you all the time. How could it not. I am glad you were able to go out and have some fun. Isn't it funny how they get used to us shooting pictures of everything for our "Blogs"?

Larkrise garden girl said...

I am so glad you had a nice weekend. Sorry hubby is not feeling well. I'll add him to my prayer list. It is hard not to worry. Hugs Cheri

The Barn Door said...

Love the Robert Frost quote. Thinking of you and hubby!!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Cathy ~
Glad you and David had an enjoyable evening out. I am sorry to hear that he wasn't feeling well on Sunday. Please know that we don't mind at all you asking for continued prayers. What are friends for?
Hugs :)

Stacy Crawford said...

Celtic music is very catching and fun to listen too. I hope David feels better today.

yaya said...

I'm glad you got to enjoy a wonderful concert and night out. I hope David is feeling better soon and I did have to smile when he said he found a "blog moment" hubby does the same thing only he says: "this looks blog worthy"...he's always on the lookout for one! I'll be keeping your family in my prayers. Take care.

jennifer768 said...

Sounds like a lovely night out.Sorry that your hubby is not feeling well.I will be keeping him and you in my prayers.Hugs,Jen

Ginger said...

Never be hesitant to ask for prayer or share your worries. I believe your blog friends care and feel honored to share a small part of your life. I'm sure we all will be praying for good news regarding the tests and wisdom for the doctors caring for your beloved.
Happy Anniversary to your daughter and her beloved!
Til next time...
Lifting your before HIS throne.

Dianne said...

I would love them in concert! I'm glad you could go. I loved that he told you he saw a "blog moment"! I'll be praying that he's feeling better in the days to come.