I admire a physician with beautiful handwriting.
I love how he left you a little note it means he loves you all. Hugs Mary.
Good job he didn't leave the note IN his clothes in the washing basket (Husband, I am looking at you) or you would have had a pile of lint instead. Beautifully worded lint, but lint nonetheless! (Your son writes lovely notes - he has been well "brung up"!)
Yes, indeed, P needs to work on his handwriting, 'cause it's so beautiful and physicians are only allowed to have illegible handwriting -- did he skip that class at med school??? I'm SO relieved that the kitties are find. And P. too. Breathing BIG sigh of relief! ;-)
Awww....I'm purring in delight over those photos of your beautiful BCs (Black Cats). I just love the way they curl up together. So cute.Your son is a sweetie - not many people (young or otherwise) stop to write (WRITE, as opposed to email, text, etc.) thank you notes.
It wouldn't be the same surely if he left without leaving some laundry behind for you to do. And the note was lovely.
What a lovely son he is! His smile is a million watts, too.
A note like that is enough to keep a mother singing their child's praises for the next year. He is a softy (and very wise).
It's a good boy that leaves a note!Thanks for visiting over my way. I've answered your query about the straw in the vegie garden in the comments. Cheers,M
Those cat's are so cute, the note is a nice thought, my kids leave me presents in the laundry basket also.