Shake A Leg!

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Hello Blogger Friends!

I’ve had several comment that they had checked in to see if I had a new post so I wanted to drop a few words to tell you why I haven’t.

My granddaughter – who has put the gleam back in my eyes – starts kindergarten in less than two weeks. I took the biggest part of this week off from work to spend it with her. We are both thoroughy enjoying our time together but I am spending my evenings resting now rather than writing.

The ‘Shake A Leg’ title? Every once in awhile she and I get the cheap feather boas out and dance and sing all over the house. Not only does that definitely promise me a good night’s sleep, but I’m picking up stray feathers for the next week!

God Bless You Each and Every One – and I’ll be back to blogging hopefully this weekend.

Tammi

6 thoughts on “Shake A Leg!

  1. Tammi, dancing around with feather boas sounds like a super activity to be doing with your lovely granddaughter. Not to mention that it’s probably very good exercise for both of you. I’ll remember this activity for when I have granddaughters.

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  2. What a sweet blessing you have in your granddaughter! I have 3 grandkids, (one girl, age 10), and they are all so beautiful! We’ll look forward to more postings from you.

    The True Light

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  3. It’s tough sometimes to sit down and blog but with an adorable grand daughter, I know it’s twice as hard. I just have my cat, my dog, and my fiance. All girls, and they all keep me going everyday. I like finding southern profiles. I’m from the south so I enjoy reading about other’s experiences. Thanks! 🙂

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