Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Mail for Anna

A couple of days ago there were two clothing catalogs in the mailbox.  I usually just throw those type of things away, but a shirt on the back of one caught my eye.  It looked like something I would wear.  Then I looked at the cover of the other one and there was a lime green skirt--just my style.  I had never heard of either of the companies before so I looked to see who the catalogs were addressed to.  Imagine my surprise when I saw that they were addressed to Anna Salamy.    How would Anna's name get on a mailing list 3 1/2 years after she died to an address where she never lived???????  I like to think that Anna knew what I would like and she sent the catalogs for me to pick something out from her.  Well, that's what I'll tell Richard if I decide to spend $95 on a lime green skirt...

Today is my birthday and it has been a good day.  I had a nice birthday breakfast with the kids.
Then Richard's parents and I met him at the Lewis Ginter Gardens for lunch.  I wouldn't recommend the Team Room unless you happen to like Crawdad Curry, but the gardens were beautiful.






44 is going to be a good year!

4 comments:

Reba said...

Beautiful blossoms. (And a good photographer too :) Hugs to you. I will be looking for pics of a lime green skirt coming soon. :)

Deb said...

You DEFINITELY need the lime green skirt!!

Pamela said...

Happy belated birthday, friend. I thought about you and hoped you were having a great day. The gardens are beautiful - looks like a perfect birthday. Love, Pamela

The Barrow's said...

I don't doubt one bit that Jesus and Anna smiled about that catalog! Sounds like one of the nice "coincidences" that God would orchestrate and I think a $95 lime skirt is a very good Mother's Day gift from heaven.