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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

well it is still May

My best attempts of keeping up with blogging seemed to have fallen off the rail, again.
To sum up April ..... wet, cold, Happy Easter  and sad moments.   In the big picture, it's all good here.

May 7th we headed north to Alaska for a week cruise.   We had hoped to share one more cruise with my parents and maybe in some way we did.  We were blessed with sunshine and warm days.  Our time visiting Hubbard Glacier was sunny and warm.  So all the heavy clothes packed were not needed at all.



In this case a picture doesn't truly show the beauty.  The water was a beautiful turquoise blue.  The snow capped mountains amazing and the quiet ....priceless.



And we raised a glass.....


To Mom and Dad
thanks for your love and support
thanks for a lifetime of  memories 
Happy sailing in the heavens.

We will remember you
Always.





next post soon with travel shots, garden progress, sock knitting and hand stitching updates.



5 comments:

kath001 said...

Loved the April sum up! :)

We've talked about an Alaskan cruise. Look forward to your photos and thoughts on it.

KimM said...

What an absolutely beautiful post! And a lovely tribute, too.
xxx

cucki said...

Wow I loved them so much
Super beautiful
Big hugs x

Mary said...

Lovely photo and tribute to your dear parents, they will always be with you in memories.

Gorgeous photo of Alaska, I hope to go there someday.
I made that little truck from one of the cross stitch magazines, it's adorable...I love your fabric choice for it.

I just became a new follower, my friend RJ and I recently started a new blog, we would love to have you come for a visit. Mary@stitchingfriendsforever

Julia said...

A beautiful tribute to your parents. The photo from your cruise are beautiful.
Thanks for your comment on my blog. I much appreciate it. I'll try to post a bit more often. I find that a lot of bloggers have quit blogging for one reason or another. I think they got tired of having to leave comments as It can be time consuming but it's the price we have to pay to keep our followers.
Have a great June.
Hugs, Julia