Hello, It’s me……..
I’ve been scarce on my posting this semester. As most of my readers know, I care for two of my grandchildren five days a week while my son and wife attend University/work.
My head swirls with things I want to talk about but writing with a two year old who talks extremely well for her age and is found under foot more often than not is certainly challenging.
So today, I bring you entertainment. I bring you a song from a talented group singing and performing Adele’s song, Hello.
I will write soon. I’m in Missouri, dreaming of how it use to be………….
14 thoughts on “Hello, It’s Me”
Cate if you write or not,you always be on my heart.
Much love Tom
Thanks Tom! And the same with me!
What a blessing it must be for you to spend quality time with your grandchildren on a regular basis! Enjoy those precious moments…and thanks for posting one of my (current) favorite songs 🙂 🙂
You are welcome and thank you.
enjoy the girls while they’re still young…it goes soooo fast…
we all love your posts, so, no sweat…we’re always here for your next one!
Thank you. 🙂
Cate, wow, thank you for this beautiful rendition of Hello. Goosebumps!
Love you, girlfriend!
Thank you Susan. 🙂
Blessings, blessings take all forms Sis!! You are blessed with your grandkids and we are blessed with every “piece of pie” you parcel out to us! Desserts come in all forms and this was dessert Sis! Another group you might check out (I first heard them on Christmas songs) is Pentatonix, they have a style similar and are vocally awesome!
You’re in our prayers, our thoughts and hearts!! God bless you Sis! Enjoy this time, it is a gift!
Thank you so much Roland! 😀
That was fun Cate! I know what you mean about the girls– we love ours to death and they are rolling in to stay for the weekend, so I’m summoning up all the energy I can muster!! It will be sweet hectic fun. Happy writing (in quieter times) ahead. hugs blog buddy!
Thank you Rhonda. Hugs to you. Have a great weekend! 🙂
One thing I have found helpful [and maybe this is old news to you] is using my cell phone to take verbal notes – speech to text – and save them for later. It can be done on the run and for me it saves my thoughts from getting lost in the tangle of things we do. Just a thought… Have fun with those little ones. Too soon they are adults.
Thank you Glen! I actually do that on my phone (but not enough) – I was just reading my notes over a couple of days ago….. 😀
Comments are closed.