Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Spring in our part of the world - brings art to life.

With the coming of spring and the daffodil festival comes not only the beautiful bulbs popping their heads out of the soil but also art springs up all over the town and so today my darling husband and I decided to enjoy a little walk in the sunshine by the creek and see the art that has "popped" up in the last few days.
Here it is and we are happy to share it with you all
Not before I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for your messages of hope and good wishes and prayers.
As I sat in Church on Sunday many of you came to mind and the prayers that have reached us from around the world. THANK YOU ALL!

My husband Rob.
Blessings to you all on this Tuesday - on a spring day! with a feeling of true hope in the air!!


Flip Flop Floozie said...

Rob is feeling better? he looks good!! Thanks for your kind comments on my blog!! What sweet words!! We have a great family and I am so blessed to be part of it...Now for our home to sell and for God to show us where he wants us to live!! Thanks for coming over to my blog once again. Love coming to see you too..

Janet said...

Beautiful art! And how nice to enjoy it on a lovely spring day. My thoughts continue to be with you and Rob and I know anything is possible when you believe.

Annie said...

Good morning Leanne - I very much enjoyed my walk with you and Rob. What an interesting park; so many fascinating and unexpected art pieces. LOVED the pig and that funny, started looking bird. I know it is lovely to feel the mild weather emerging. At this time of year we must be almost experiencing the same thing for different seasons. You are emerging from cold and dreary winter; we are leaving hot and dry summer. Don't you just love the transitions of the seasons?

Anonymous said...

What beautiful scenery and such lovely weather for a walk. Nice to see Rob enjoying the pretty sunshine. We continue to pray for you both.

Alice said...

Thank you, Lee-ann, for this little stroll around the park in your lovely little town. It brought back memories of our visit there last year.

I hope that Rob will soon feel well enough after his next operation to walk the park or even scale Mt Everest.....perhaps just begin with Mt Macedon or Hanging Rock.....lol.

Love and best wishes to you both.

Marlene Depler said...

Hard to believe that it is spring in your corner of the world when it is fall here! It's nice that you could go out for a spring walk. I wish you and Rob the best as he battles cancer. May he win the war!!!

PEA said...

Such wonderful pieces of art and the perfect setting for it...nature! I'm so glad you & Rob were able to spend some delightful time exploring Spring's promise:-) My prayers continue for Rob, you're both in my thoughts. xoxo

Lorry said...

Lee-Ann Happy Spring Day!! As we prepare to go into my favorite season "FALL" I loved the Bird art, those were so cool, thanks for sharing, and I hope things continue to get better for Rob.

Merle said...

Dear Lee-ann ~~ I am so very sorry that Rob has been so ill and pray that he will be well after his op.
I don't get around everyone too often
so was quite shocked to read your posta. The flowers are lovely in Spring and it seems to give us great hope. Thanks for your comments on my
blog and I am glad you enjoy the jokes etc. Will be thinking og both of you and praying for the right
result. Take care, Love, Merle.

stitching aussie style said...

Hi Lee-ann & Rob,

Thanks for sharing your walk and Rob looking so good.

See you both soon


Lanny said...

Catching up here. Wow you have been through a lot lately eh? I will certainly be praying for you and Rob.

I dearly love seeing your daffs. It makes the need to get on my orders clearer. Nothing like "real" people pictures to remind us of what to do.

And "real" people stories to remind us how to be.

Daisy said...

I enjoyed seeing these works of art, Lee-Ann. Thank you for sharing them. I'm glad you were able to be out there to enjoy it.

Constance said...

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Puss-in-Boots said...

Those are great sculptures Lee-ann. How lovely to go for a walk and see interesting things like that.

Rob looks good...I hope all is well with you both.


karen gerstenberger said...

Dear Lee-ann,
Thank you for your kind comment on Katie's Endowment blog.
You and your hsuband sound as if you have the kind of love that most people dream of sharing...and a life centered on love of family. I share those values with you. I, too, would want to pull that "lady doctor" aside and tell her a thing or two about the importance of "bedside manner." What she doesn't know is that she CANNOT KNOW how long anyone has to live, and she has no business making such a statement. Perhaps she needs to go back to school and learn how to deal with her own fear.
You and your husband will get through this together, and I believe that your love will grow even larger than it already is. I'm so glad that you have your faith and family to help sustain you. May you feel God's arms around you both, each and ever step of the way. (And may He bless that "lady doctor" with compassion and understanding so that she can help people, instead of adding to their pain.)
My main blog is www.karengberger.blogspot.com

racheld said...

I'd love to hear how you all are doing now---Rob's progress and your new little one.

I miss your cheery presence and your interesting, fun posts.

I know that the budding of Spring is giving the whole world a new flavor and outlook.

Hope to see you soon!!

Jess said...

Hope all is well

Love Jess

Crown of Beauty said...

Dear Lee-Ann,
It's been a while since I visited your blog.

Just to have a little update on the latest about you I read back three to four of your recent posts.

Sorry to hear about Rob...am praying for him, and for you, now as I write this and will continue to do so as I remember him these days.

May God's peace fill your hearts.

I love that spring is coming to your place, even as fall has officially begun in the West. May the hope of spring be real to you these days.


Anonymous said...

10/13-09 Thinking of you and Rob this afternoon and saying a prayer for you both.

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