I Love Thursday #121 Abounding Blessings

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  1. Susan Nixon says:

    Wow, t-ball bowling! I never knew. =) What wonderful pictures, smiles and taste tests. =)

  2. lapaylor says:

    ack… snow snow and more snow last night.It’s now streetglaciers. Your number 3 resonates with me and I like that graphic. Blue countertops are a statement!!! Those widdle babies and pups are heart warming

  3. Love the stuffies! So neat that you can record messages. Love your blue table runner. It’s so true about experiences, good and bad, shaping us. Enjoy your week!

  4. Connie says:

    Whoa, the snow picture is just a little too close to home for us here! Thanks for taking away the pain with the tons of sugar…love the hugs and kisses pics! Now that’s the way to walk into a cold weekend up north…thank you!

  5. Your post has put a big old smile on my heart. Thank you! 🙂

  6. Another smiles-abundant post Roseanne! I just love, but you know I do, the Dominic and his canine friend pics! Those blue countertops, wow. Takes me back to the late 80s when a very good friend of mine had those exact kind in her kitchen of her 1920s home. Oh, the snow! Well, we got two storms so now it looks like February here and not March! Happy weekend and hope you do get a snow day or two in yet this winter!

  7. Sally says:

    Cute stuffed animals. That is a startling blue counter top. Pretty table runner. I recently was asked what in my past I’d like to change. There’s been some pretty awful times I’ve gone through, but I’d be hard pressed to get rid of any of them, because I like who I am now, and that’s how I got here!

  8. Well, after this week, I clearly have a new shape, so I’m working on embracing it; there have been plenty of not-fun experiences. But things are better now. I got to see cute pictures of your littles, which always brings a smile to my face! Oy – all that snow! Did you see the Groundhog Day ad during the SB? That made me smile, and it was the only ad I watched — I don’t do football. 😉

  9. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    The stuffed lab and bear are very cute. I love when children have so much fun on an outing, they drop asleep in the car. At home, we love a good snow storm-everything shuts down and people stay safely at home having stocked up on storm chips and snow snacks…yes bakeries do that when a storm is coming. But here in Ottawa, nothing closes except school buses taken off the roads but teachers have to get in and everyone has to get around as best they can. I think it’s dangerous sometimes but that’s old me. Anyway, love this post, as always.

  10. Colette says:

    Cute cuddle buddies and how awesome they can record something. I have a blue sink. Not in love with it. Love the message about experience shaping us. As usual the kiddos are adorable, how fun to bowl.

  11. chrisknits says:

    I can let you borrow two dogs that love to give babies kisses!! Or lick fingers, toes and noses!! Cute kids, as always.

  12. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, You have made my day brighter with each of the topics you included today! Thank you so much for sharing and have a marvelous day!

  13. nanamickie says:

    LOL at paint tasting! Oh those kids make my day! Love the stuffed animals you got for them, they are fantastic that they can record messages! Have a wonderful week!

  14. Oh, there’s nothing like a snow day! Just ask a teacher, even a retired one! Was there a Groundhog Day repeat this year? 🙂 I like your quote about how our experiences shape us, both the good and the not so good. And that thingamajig to roll the bowling ball down looks like a great invention!

  15. Roseanne I enjoyed reading about your favorites. Your recount of the 2011 storm gave me the shivers.

  16. karenfae says:

    what a cute little child!! and that snow from 2011 wow! I think that must be the year my daughter in Madison shared photos and the snow was halfway up the french doors in the dinning room – it took days for shoveling before they got the area to the doors cleared – you go up about 4 steps to get to those doors

  17. Love the stuffed lab and patchwork bear. How cool that you can record messages that the kiddos can hear when they play with them. Speaking of messages, what a great message you shared about how our experiences shape us. Thanks again for all the positive vibes (and pics!). Have a great day, Mary.

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