Thursday, July 20, 2017

Sam in the Middle and Sam at the End

of the week, that is.

Wednesday afternoon, we had a big thunderstorm. My little town had thunder, lightning, and heavy rain. My daughter's town in the next county got all of the above plus hail and strong winds. They lost power and I offered to have them stay with us until their power returned. They arrived in the evening and it was a delight to give little Sam a kiss good night. He slept a good six hours straight at Nana's house. ♥

Sam slept in Thursday morning. Thankfully, I had just finished my cup of coffee! He woke up all smiles! And I was all smiles!! After he nursed, I cuddled and rocked him.  Their power came back on and then sadly, they returned home.

Tomorrow and I'll be back with little Sam while my daughter goes to the dentist.  I hope he won't  be napping!

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  1. Storms are very frightening, and losing power is no fun. I hope you don't have any more...though it's nice to have a little one to stay!

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    1. Elizabeth, I've always loved thunderstorms. I did not care for Hurricane Sandy though. We had over 90 mph winds. yikes!

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  2. Every storm has a silver lining Gina. :) In your case it was getting to have that precious one at your house over night.

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    1. Arlene, bring on the storms! I always love a little Sam time! xo

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  3. How great to have Sam come and spend the night with Nana. Too bad about the storm and losing power. Glad you could help out.

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    1. Thankfully, Lorrie, her food didn't spoil. She kept her fridge and freezer closed.

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  4. Hi Gina!

    Isn't it wonderful that you live close enough to help out when something like that happens! It truly is just heaven kissing those sweet grands goodnight, and then getting more kisses in the next morning . . . lucky you!!

    Hugs,
    Barb

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    1. Kisses in the morning and kisses in the evening. I am blessed! xo

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  5. It is so nice they live close enough that they could come and stay, how great to be able to give him a kiss good night.. and so good they were able to get their power again!

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    1. Connie, we were all thankful that their power returned. It is way too hot to be without A/C.

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