It's hard to be humble this week when a nation is crying,
Ottawa was in our hearts and on our minds on October 22, when this a gunman shot and killed a soldier in front of the War Memorial that marks the grave of the unknown soldiers. Then ran into our government house Parliment Hill where 30 shots were fired and another wombed before it ended.
Mothers hug your children
For they grow up way to fast
Keeping with pink this month in honor of Breast Cancer,
here are a few of my favourites to make you smile again
A pink pig peony with one floppy ear
A forsure, is a pink daylily from my garden
This week in the roving RV I made corn bread and I think I'll have some today with pink grapefruit, two of my favourites.
It was a lovely visit we had today, sorry it started out sad but least we forget. I'm joining in a few tea party blogs this week. As most of you know I'm living in a RV these days and travelling across Canada. This is a rejuvenating experience. I'm without data and only connect when we have free Wi-Fi and that has been our biggest challenge. I read all your comments and love having you along on my travels. Although it isn't easy to connect I try and get around to all.
Until we connect again,
I'm linking up with the following for tea
Sandi ~ Rose Chintz Cottage
Martha ~ Martha's Favourites
Bernideen's ~ Tea Time Blog
Ruth ~ Antique's And Tea Cups
~00~ Grandma (aka Cindy) or Crafting - http://scrapandwrap.ca