Tuesday, March 18, 2014

What Has Been Going On?



Remember this sweet but sad looking daffodil plant?
Here it is today!
It's blooming!!
(Doing a happy dance)



My Hero!
.
Our dryer quit on us.

But not for long.
Thank you Tom!



The Little Free Library 
(click here for the post on the library)

Monica and Jack

This is a neighbor who lives in the apartments behind us.
Monica is the mom and Jack is her two year old son.
They come quite often to play at the library.

Mom: "Jack, let's go to the big park with the slide."
Jack: "I want to go to the library".

So, Mom packs up a backpack full of toys and food.
Mom bring her coffee and then gets a book from the library.
They both are content.
 Sometimes Mom gets in the dirt and plays with Jack.


 I don't know this lady but she comes almost everyday!
I've tried to converse with her but to no avail. 
I have decided to let her enjoy her quiet time.
She has her coffee and just sits for about an hour.

We get so many visitors everyday. 
Some come for a book.
Others drop off books.
Some just to look
and
some to sit!







15 comments:

  1. A lovely peek into your world, Christine. Enjoyed the visit.

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  2. Dear Christine ... thank you for sharing the happenings from your home! Blessings ♥ Teri

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  3. This is a great post..and I love the library. I truly need to do one of those one day.

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  4. You gotta love a handy man! :)

    Your little library has really become quite the success! That is so fun that people use it regularly! Love it!

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  5. So proud of your dryer repair man! You know that I love that husband of mine to pieces, but I don't think he could fix an appliance to save his life. (Shhh... don't tell him I said that.)

    As to Mom and Jack and the rest of your visitors to the free little library? I just love that too.

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  6. And in another random comment:

    I want a big old SIMPLIFY sign like that in my house.

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  7. I love that picture of your hero repairing the dryer! ♥ Made me smile.

    Thank you for joining the GRAND Social! So pleased to "meet" you.

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  8. Every time I think of your Little Library I just smile. So many lives you brighten.

    Tom is WONDERFUL!! Such a blessing!

    Christine... I love the daffodil story... I can relate. Yep. I'm waiting to be standing tall and blooming. You extend hope. Thank you. blessings and hugs ~ tanna

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  9. I love seeing your daffodil blooming. There's hope that someday I'll see flowers again too. That's great that Tom can fix things. It sure saves time and money! And of course I love the library. Especially that it's being used.

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  10. Good Morning Christine, This Library is amazing!! The flower story is in all of us :o)
    Your Hero must love his sweet wife and it blessed him to fix your every need!
    My Hubby would of loved the cars !!
    You are a very precious Lady! Thinking of you today!
    Always, Roxy

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  11. Hope you aren't anywhere near that mudslide! Thinking of you!

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  12. Wow, what a difference your library has made, Christine.
    And kudos to that handy man of yours too!

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  13. Jack reminds me that sometimes simple is all that is needed . . .

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  14. Yeah for a fixed dryer. I just love your library.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  15. It is always nice to have your own handyman that can fix appliances. I like the hearts around him.

    And, as always, I really like your library ministry. What a great idea!

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