Never A Dull Moment!

86 in this photo – and still looking good in a cheongsam

Not one to keep still, I am always working on something, and usually it is on some kind of art – whether it is designing and assembling a necklace, sewing, or painting on anything that does not move. Basically it is such a pleasure when I am able to bring a plain surface to life with my version of decorative artistry!

In the mornings, I do some gardening, and find time to pray for the intentions of everyone who needs prayers said on their  behalf….I say an average of 15 rosaries in a day.

And, we love friends to drop by at all times of day, to keep our home abuzz with activity on a constant high.

Praise the Lord for all his blessings.

Suzanne

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8 thoughts on “Never A Dull Moment!

  1. Hi Suzanne, you don’t know me but I’ve been introduced to your blog by Catherine Tan, one of your church-members. I have nothing but admiration for you and your partner. I think, my dear Suzanne, the two of you truly understand the art of living and loving. I hope and pray more married couples can cultivate that art. Do continue to be the source of inspiration you are to all those who visit your blog. I, most certainly, am one of them. God bless both of you.

    • Hello Kay Soon, thank you again for your most welcome comments about my husband and me. To us, age means little as to how we think and live. We praise and thank God daily for blessing us with good health and loving friends who make our lives worthwhile. God bless you too. Suzanne

  2. Dear Aunty Sue ,

    Keep it up and stay healthy always . Misses you and Uncle Tony .

    Love and kisses
    Pauline

  3. Dearest Jan,

    So nice to be able to chat with you here. It was all Ann’s idea to create a blog to keep in closer contacts with our loved ones. Oh, Chinese knotting is rather difficult but will look very nice when done; I have never learned this myself. We suspected you have not been well for some time although you kept it away from us, but we have never ceased praying for your healing. Please do take good care of your health which is most important.

    Lots of love and kisses,
    Koo-Koo

  4. Dearest Koo-koo,
    “….and assembling a necklace, sewing, or painting…” I am glad to have your genes; my newest interest /curiosity is chinese knotting.
    I am not well at all now, but seeing you on your new blog brightened my day…. You look great as usual.

    Love always, Jan

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