Friday, May 29, 2009

Hens & Chicks, quiet and newest citizens

- Spotting these “Hens and Chicks” at Sherry’s Produce and bringing them home because of the fun name. They’ll find a new planter during the weekend.

- Meeting with very nice ladies about the printing of their book. Them: apologizing profusely for making me wait. Me: no worries – it gave me a few moments of quiet.

- Dad reported that he and the physical therapist walked to see Milledgeville's newest citizens in the nursery at the nearby Womens’ Pavilion at the hospital. Newborn twins still had ink on the bottom of their feet. Me: were they cute? Dad: they're all cute to me.

5 comments:

Thankful Paul said...

Hello! :)

Talon said...

Hens and chicks is one the great names for plants, isn't it?

Your father is right - all newborns are adorable.

Lynn said...

Hello Paul.

Talon - Hens and Chicks is a great name - wonder who thought of that? I hope I can keep them alive! Not good with plants in particular.

We do love the babies.

Jannie Funster said...

So that's what those cute little plants are called!

Ahh, Kelly's feets were so extra super toony. And tiny. :)

Lynn said...

Jannie - I would like to know who thought of that name. Hope I can keep them alive! Not known for my gardening skills.

Was Kelly a premmie? Babies are such a miracle. I am glad my dad had a destination like that to walk to in the hospital.