Along the Cumberland River, you will find 7 miles of converted rails-to-trails where the old rail road path from the early 1900’s has been converted to nature trails. It is part of the Rails-to-Trails project, which I must say is an awesome idea! It was a beautiful day to spend some time outdoors together. Soon, there will be another silly little boy to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon with…I’m giddy with anticipation…
Hope your Sunday was as magnificent as ours. Fingers crossed for happy, miraculous news this week!
p.s. we are now on week 5 waiting for HCO….yipeeee!!!!
I used to be on a blogging roll. I still have so much I want to say, but I’m afraid that life has got me fully occupied at the moment. Little Man was sick this past weekend, but fortunately, well in time to trick or treat. I’m swamped at work (how many times have I written that phrase lately, anyways?) and I’m just behind on life stuff. I’m way behind…but stay tuned.
I have Halloween pictures to share, videos of Little Man to post and even some adoption-related posts and reflections from Vietnam (after all, the is National Adoption Month!). I couldn’t imagine my life without Little Man. And now I can hardly believe that Big Brother is REALLY COMING HOME SOON. I have so much to be thankful for, and I have so much to do. I also have so much I want to share this month on the blog. But right now? Coffee. Lots and lots of coffee. And maybe a piece of chocolate. I’ll get to the rest soon, I promise.
Hope everyone is having a great week. I’m buckled in and hanging on for dear life ;o)
**oh yes…4 weeks waiting for HCO has almost come and gone…yipeeeee**