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Thursday, December 10, 2020

Crazy Blessed Days

How is your week going?  My days have been super busy but filled with many Blessings.  

Just being able to capture this very brief moment brought a smile to my face.

Last week my Cowboy and I had to take our grandson son to feed the horses while Mama was home with his new baby brother. 

This is Hamlet he doesn't know he is pig.  My daughter teaches horse back riding.  Hamlet follows her every where she goes.
We had a mini concert while we waited for the Horses to eat.
He got the guitar 4 months ago
No formal lessons he is watching videos


The Cowboy loves watching and listening to him play.  He even suggests songs.  Thru his his Pa he is learning about guitar Players like Cowboy Poet/Singer Don Edwards and Rockers too.  Like Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd.

I was grateful for such gorgeous weather so the Cowboy ventured out.
My heart is full
 💕 
Even in these crazy times God gives us reasons for Joy.

I hope your day is filled with Joy!

I will share some sweet baby pics soon.  I am having trouble moving them texts to save. 
 






4 comments:

Madeline's Album said...

Hi Sherry. This is my first time to visit your blog but it will not be the last. Enjoyed it very much. Have a blessed and wonderful day. Madeline

Joanne said...

I just love when kids are motivated enough to learn on their own and work at developing skills. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Encouraging Hearts and Home. Pinned.

Molly the Airedale said...

How wonderful that your grandson is teaching himself how to play the guitar!

French Ethereal said...

Sherry, I love your family's get-together... Happy Christmas time to you!!! My son taught himself how to play guitar and one of my favorite memories is when he went away to college, he would call and I would put my phone on speaker and for an hour we'd talk while I did dishes and such, and he'd play... The best!!!

Happy to feature your post this week at Share Your Style #286. <3 May you and your family have a blessed Christmas.

Many hugs,
Barb :)