Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Fall is Here in Oklahoma

 
The trees are finally turning around here into beautiful colors and shades of autumn.
 
Needless to say, I have been running back and forth to the NIC Unit at the hospital to see the precious new great-grandbabies!  And precious they are! Mom got to come home on Tuesday and is doing well. 
 
They are doing wonderful - drinking milk, sucking those pacifiers and really moving around.  They are hooked up to a lot of stuff as precautions. 
 
 
So, just wanted to say - Enjoy this gorgeous weather and scenery!
 
Till next time, Judy
 

24 comments:

  1. Everything here is still green! No falling leaves yet! So glad the twins are doing well. Thanking God!

    Cheery wave from
    Bev

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  2. Still pretty green over here.
    Brenda

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  3. Still pretty green over here.
    Brenda

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  4. Beautiful pictures Judy. So glad the little ones are doing great. What a wonderful blessing.
    Have a great weekend.
    Mary

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  5. That's a good sign for the babies, they should be home in no time!

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  6. Glad Mom is home and now to get those babies there! How wonderful - I hope we get to see lots of pictures along the way- xo Diana

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  7. Love the pictures of your beautiful weather and of course that wonderful tree, so beautiful...thanks for sharing ...

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  8. Oh my, I forgot to congratulate you, great grandma, on those precious baby girls. Two little bundles of joy.
    Your trees are beautiful, my mom is from Tulsa where she grew up, but she was born in Okmulgee. I think that is how it is spelt.
    The leaves are almost all off the trees here in Winnipeg, so sad. I love to see them in full colour. But it's been snowing for the last two days, not sticking yet, but it's coming down. I have a feeling that winter is going to be early this year! At least in my neck of the woods.

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  9. I always love how the autumn foliage looks against a very blue sky.
    Glad to hear the girls are doing well, hopefully it won't be too long before they go home too.

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  10. Fall is just about winding down here. A few orange trees but because of rain didn't get any pictures of glorious color.
    Congrats on the great grandbabies. Soon, you will be able to enjoy them!
    Deb

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  11. Still so many green trees here, but with the cold weather we are having this week I think that will change. So glad the babies are doing well. xo Laura

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  12. Your pictures are so pretty, we don't have color here yet. Everything is a fading green.

    Keeping those sweet little babies in my prayers, how precious they must be!!

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  13. Good Morning, Those twins will grow so fast and can't wait until they get to go home. I know what it is like to have one of those tiny little ones. My youngest grandson was one. Fall is my favorite time of the year and I look forward to all of the fall color. Many hugs and Prayers for the little ones and family. Your Missouri Friend

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  14. Oh Judy, I hope everything goes well with the babies and that they can go home soon too. I'm sure it's hard for Mama to be apart from them.

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  15. Judy so glad to hear those sweet babies are doing well!! It's been gorgeous here in Georgia also!

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  16. I hope your grands are doing well!

    Love this post.

    xo

    Sheila

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  17. SO happy about your grandbabies!!! We prayed for you all in art class Tuesday night and I have been remembering you all in prayer throughout the past week. SO happy for you!!! I am with my grand quads right now and can remember when they were tiny like that. Logan was 2 lb 6 oz and Harrison was 3 lb 6 oz. the other two girls in between. They are all topping 20 pounds now and are no longer 'age adjusted' at all!! Blessing all around and praise GOD!! for your two precious grands!!!

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  18. Give those babies a kiss for me, Judy! And try to take some time for yourself, my friend, I know how busy you get!

    xo
    Claudia

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  19. Love these beautiful fall pictures, Judy. And congratulations on the arrival of those two adorable great grand babies ....so pleased to hear they are doing well! The photo in your previous post is so sweet......I love new babies.
    Helen x

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  20. It must be hard for your granddaughter to be home from the hospital without her babies. I'm glad to hear they're doing so well...it'll be even better when they get to go home!

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  21. Well a huge YAY for the last treatment and to the two precious little ones. It's a good day!!

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  22. Judy,

    Congrats on your grandbabies! Enjoy the sweetness of new life; so invigoratingly blessed!

    Autumn in Oklahoma sure looks beautiful! Great shots!

    xo
    Poppy

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