I Love Thursday #83

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  1. Angie says:

    I keep boxes of tissues all over the house, as well as several packs in my purse. Never know when a crying jag might strike. I like to think it is because we care deeply about a lot of things. Sorry to hear about your brother-in-law; it is obvious you have deep, loving memories, and you are making more of them with those adorable kiddos!

  2. So sorry to hear about your brother-in-law. It’s so sad we still need to be reminded of the Holocaust. So many yellow flags. Those babies are all so cute! Happy Mother’s Day to you!

  3. dezertsuz says:

    What a sweet post, as Thursday always is. Love the pictures of the littles, and your talk of get togethers. Such good times. I’m sorry about your brother-in-law, but 60 years of good memories is nothing to regret, for sure. Thanks for the picture of the Jewish flags. I don’t ever want to forget, and I wish we didn’t experience those things still. Someday, peace will come.

  4. nanamickie says:

    Dominic looks very content and happy to be locked up in the bridge! I can’t believe Addison is 4 months old already! Lots of great photos and I’m so sorry about your brother-in-law Tom. Hugs. The yellow flags on the house made me tear up in a big way. Hugs and hugs.

  5. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    My condolences on the loss of such a special family member. I too cry easily and embarress myself at what I tear up at sometimes. Like seeing the kids at school sing the national athem always made me cry.
    I would be quite moved seeing those flags, Roseanne. What a visual!
    The adorable kiddies are growing so fast!
    Enjoy your family get together.

  6. Sweet Thursday reading, thank you Roseanne and have a lovely Mother’s Day weekend with all your special loved ones!
    So sorry to hear of the loss of your special brother-in-law…BTW: crying is just A-okay with me.

  7. Sally says:

    Such happy Aunties! Sorry for the loss of your brother-in-law. All those yellow flags – it’s mind boggling. Happy Mother’s Day!

  8. quiltinggail says:

    What an emotional post! THank you for sharing about Tom! It’s always hard for those of us left behind! And the yellow flags … what a REAL reminder of the horror that happened. And, you little ones! So so sweet!

  9. I’ll cry right along with you, Roseanne. I’m so sorry about your brother-in-law. Big hugs to you! All those yellow flags at the community center are really something. So glad you have those little people in your life to bring on lots of smiles!

  10. Shannon M Conley says:

    I love all the kid pictures, especially the bouncing Alice! So Fabulous!! And I echo your Holocausst remembrances. I worry so much about those horrors passing out of living consciousness as our WWII era family members pass away. Thank you for doing your part to help the next generation understand the horrors. Have a happy Mother’s day!!

  11. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    All those Babies!!! Makes me so happy. And what a beautiful (if very sad) tribute with those yellow flags. Joe and I were in Israel and went to Yad Vashem (the Holocaust memorial museum) One of the first rooms has railroad cars from the camps filled with children’s shoes from the camps. That was it for me, I could go no further. Turned around and waited for Joe outside in the sunshine crying like a baby. We can never forget.

  12. lapaylor says:

    You share your love so completely.
    I too was raised with my “siblings” children. I was adopted shortly before they got married.
    It must be like losing a parent to you.So sorry… Love, LeeAnna

    • lapaylor says:

      Oh and I forgot to mention the yellow flags oh when will people stop tormenting those just trying to worship God their way??? I have a strong affinity with Jewish people, I’m adopted so I could be Jewish. I know I can’t stand to see people mistreated from any reason… it’s such a waste of time we could be connecting with each other. LeeAnna

  13. mary says:

    What a sweet post. Alice is a happy baby! Those yellow flags are stunning, but heart breaking. I’m sorry for your loss of a dear friend in Tom. I’m glad you have those cuties in your life to show you love. Have a great weekend. mary

  14. Thanks for sharing, Roseanne. Sorry about Tom; we all have people in our lives that are dear and it’s difficult when we lose them. Thanks for sharing the photo of the flags too. What a sobering thing to see. Your littles are so cute, love those smiles! You’re in good company — I cry too.

  15. Aww…all three of kids are cute cute cute ♥♥ I so look forward to your Thursday posts! I am so sorry for your loss of Tom, sounds like he was wonderful and very supportive of you. Great picture of the synagogue and reminder. Enjoy your mother’s day weekend 🙂

  16. Colette says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I too cry easily, those Hallmark commercials Oy vey! Thanks for the picture of the synagogue, I remember seeing the Holocaust Memorial in Israel the pictures, some of the displays with the shoes, and other belonging which were taken and saved. Always great to see Dominick and Addison.

  17. Connie says:

    How sad that you lost your brother in law…hard to find enough people to be close to in this life! Sounds like he was super special…left a smile inside the heart of everyone he loved no doubt, and that’s the best we can do before we go. Thank YOU for leaving a smile in my heart every week when I see the little ones… The holocaust flags are a somber reminder of the “other” side of this world. Too much pain out there…we need more people like you and Tom.

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