The card read “EVERYONE NEEDS A FEW NICE SUNFLOWERS”
I said “NO WAY”
Hubby said “YES WAY”Iggy is at it again, bringing sunshine into lives, and smiles on the faces of everyone around him – near and far.
This time he put a smile on the face of this little lady, who for some reason cannot grow sunflowers! Thank you so much for the flowers Iggy! They are truly beautiful.
I also like how their sunny little faces peek through the oil lamp that was passed down to me from my Grandma. It is sitting on a doily crocheted by Jim’s Great Aunt Marthy.
Or maybe they look best where I can see them from the inside or the outside.
They are the traveling sunflowers. They might just go to work with me today.This world of blog is amazing. It has bound people in friendships that otherwise would never have been possible. Iggy is a perfect example of those friendships. He and I actually met quite a few years ago in the other magical world of a small chat site we both wandered into. Chat went by the wayside, but friendships developed there have endured into the world of blog and messaging and Facebook.
My little friend here reminds me of the world of the web, linking us together through the wonderful thing known as technology.
Morning came and my friend was gone. Something rather good size invaded his beautiful sanctuary. The empty hole left behind reminded me that I have lost many of my web friends. Some have died, causing me to shed tears. Some just disappeared with no warning, leaving me to forever wonder what happened to them. Some have become bitter with feelings hurt over insults, whether real or imagined. Others have gotten bored and wandered out of the life of blog, to other things, most likely things still on the web.
One thing that I’m certain of is that our friend, Iggy, will never just wander out of our life. The other thing I know for certain is that I treasure every one of my blog friends and hope to never lose a single one of you.Thanks Iggy! We are still smiling in the woods of Missouri over yesterday’s surprise!