Tuesday, May 26, 2009

New addy

Here is the house address if you'd like to send mail (please do, b/c mum loves opening the cards and we've decorated the house with all of the thoughtful things that came last week):

1533 9th Avenue SE
Rochester, MN 55901

Thanks!

10 comments:

  1. Good Morning Paulette,
    Could not wait to get home from KC to send a message and see what was up. Missed writting to you. Glad to hear the surg will be on Friday we are all with you in heart,soul and prayers. Lee talk to Greg at Big R he must be doing some honey do's?? We call that the honey do store at our house.(smile) Hope you have a wonderful week and can eat, rest and just enjoy the sunshine. We had great rain last night much needed.McKenzie is off to Gutuloma last Friday and is having a great eye opener.Maybe we can call it a humbling experience.I want you to know your in my heart daily and I truely hope your home soon.Let God carry you though the next weeks be dependant on him, he so loves you Paulette.Enjoy today and remember we all love you and my heart and prayers are for you today and everyday.Love Always Peg

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  2. Good Afternoon, Paulette.

    So you did the great fun moving thing? I bet you already have the place looking a lot like your own little humble abode with Paulette-isms here and there. I sent a little something late last week, so I'll trust that the South Broadway Minnesotans will forward it on to your new address. Those midwesterns are very good folksy people, so I am sure that you'll get "what's coming to you" (in a good sense, of course). Tee, hee.

    Rain, rain, rain. Wow, the grass grew as fast it could this morning after its much-needed drink. Last night about 7:30 Steve said, yup, it's going to rain -- I can smell the rain, can you? No, I can't smell any rain. What does it smell like? Well, it smells like rain; it's definitely smelling like rain plus I see rain on the driveway! Duh, I could smell rain, too, if I were looking out at it as it came down!

    Do we sometimes get tricked by the obvious because it's not expensive, it's not rare? Do we sometimes look for something so unique that we miss the beautifully obvious thing right in front of us? Perhaps so. God is in all of it all, of course. But as I get older (as opposed to old!), I see His hand more and more in the common things, such as the sound of a friend's voice, the wisdom of our daughter, the courage of our son, the affection of our husband, a prayer of a person whose name we don't even know ... and such as a spring evening rain that is easy to smell when your nose is on the same face that's looking out the window. All are reminders that we are not alone. Those common things bring us strength and peace and confidence.

    Today's Joke:
    What's red and looks like a bucket? A red bucket.
    What's blue and looks like a bucket? A red bucket in disguise!

    Encouraging Words from Hebrews 4:16 -- "Let us then approach the throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need."

    Thinking about you and praying for you,
    Joyce

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  3. The rain is state-wide.... we enjoyed a small 80.0 last night and then today has been on and off - nice and slow....just the way we like it! I can almost hear the Lawn sigh.... corn & beans are getting ready to make their entrance into the 2009 season!!! Jerry's temperment much better! My mama cat was hit on the highway - so I'm trying to get little ones to eat... like I rrrreally need anymore Cats! But I have a Big Heart! Hugs to you! Connie

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  4. Paulette,
    So glad to hear your surgery day is set, and you can get around to healing. Looks like you have a great support team up there helping you, too. Taryn, A Big Thank You for keeping everyone informed on your Mom's progress. Just know you're in my daily thoughts and prayers, Paulette. Love, Cheryl

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  5. Paulette,

    Good afternoon. We want to let you know that you continue to be in our prayers and thoughts each and every day. We have been reading Taryn's updates and appreciate her doing that very much. I sure do miss getting to visit with you when I'm over at Central Office. I'm ready for some more animal crackers. hehehehe
    We wish you the very, very best, and are looking forward to seeing you back home soon.

    Bob & Jana

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  6. We are hoping that everyone's travels tomorrow are done safely. We hope that you have been resting and building up your strength. Just know you are in our thoughts and prayers daily. We wish you the best of luck on Friday :)

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  7. I hope you are enjoying some beautiful spring weather like we had here today. You and your entire team will be in our prayers.
    Love,
    Tom & Marieta

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  8. Good Morning, Paulette,

    Cool breezes, bright sunshine ... that's what is here in southwest Kansas -- hope that you have the same good start to your Thursday in southern Minnesota. God bless you as you continue to grow strong in your body and confident in your faith. God is taking care of you and all that concerns you, Paulette.

    Today's Joke: I used to be a horse groom. They put me in the bridle suite where I tended to stirrup trouble!

    Encouraging Words from Joel 3:16 -- "The Lord will be a refuge for Paulette."

    You are in our thoughts and prayers every day.

    Caring about you,
    Joyce

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  9. Hi Paulette.
    What a wonderful morning it is in Ulysses.Could sit on my patio this morning and do what I love to do drink coffee and enjoy lifes simple pleasure.In prayer this morning I asked God to give you all his strenght for tomorrow and the days ahead.God is in control Paulette rest and enjoy today.Lee and I will be praying you today, tomorrow and everyday after, we love you and your family. God Bless you all. Your in my heart today and Friday I love you Paulette. Peg and Lee

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  10. Paulette-
    Today is the day before THE DAY! I hope you and Susie have had a wonderful week. I said a prayer this morning for safe travels for all your family. And I have been praying and will continue to pray for the very wise doctors and nurses. I thank God that we have great hospitals like the one you are at. Paulette, I am holding you very close to my heart. I am asking God to take the cancer away and give you back your health. And I believe He will do just that. I hope you can feel all the many arms that are holding you tight. You take care my friend and I will be anxiously awaiting news tomorrow.
    I love you Paulette - Linda

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