I Love Thursday #136 – Plentiful Blessings

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  1. Susan Nixon says:

    It’s nice to catch up on the babies – though Dominic is hardly a baby any more! Your fabric win looks wonderful, and I know you’re finding something terrific for it. Spring! At last! Almost summer some days.

  2. How fun to have some pretty new batik fabric to play with! And I love the pic of the Oriole. I’ve never seen one in person. Cut pics of the littles! Have a great day, Mary.

  3. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Oh Roseanne – those babies are growing so fast! That picture of happy Thursday is the best! And I can’t wait to see what you make with those gorgeous batiks! Have a wonderful weekend!

  4. lenneamw says:

    Love those batiks! And I love the 5″ width…very useful!

  5. Cocoa Quilts says:

    Sounds like you had a great week. Those stash buster fabrics are fun, Congratulations on the win.

  6. Mickie says:

    LOL at Baby Grover and mishaps with markers!!! Dom might think twice about pushing his sister next time. Oh such fun times! Love your batiks, such pretty colors! Mr. Colt is getting sooooooo big! You have beautiful birds there! Have a great week!

  7. Mary says:

    What a blessing in those Island Batiks. Dominic better watch out- Addison can take care of herself. Lol. Those little rascal birds. How interesting they are. It’s pretty cool that you can observe them so close.

  8. Life goes on in this time of Coronavirus…thanks for sharing your bountiful blessings with us, your followers.

  9. chrisknits says:

    Oh my! Addison’s face reminds me of a photo of my girls with marker all over them! LOL. Lots of things to love this week!

  10. Sally says:

    Congrats on the win! Those fabrics look terrific. That is a big carrot! I love the yellow warblers – they sound pretty, too.

  11. Congrats on the win! Can’t wait to see what you do with it! Those sweet littles just make me smile 😁 Carol

  12. Connie says:

    Really love the fabric…beautiful inspiration there! As for the little ones, sigh, nothing compares…especially the pic in blues…my week is signed, sealed and delivered now! LOL

  13. Colette says:

    Gorgeous fabrics. Congratulation on the win. LOL big carrots. Every now and then you see “ugly” fruit at work it is $2-$3 cheaper for a bag of apples or oranges sometimes. Great pictures of the birds. How fun to see them. Yay for Colt, and playing ball. Great pics of Dominick and Addison. New boots and being able to puddle stomp makes for a good day. Awe Addison and her baby Grover.

  14. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Always a treat to see those kiddies, Rosemary. That is one huge carrot…I’m a big roasted veg fan and it seems to make carrots all the sweeter. Yea to your batik fabric win!

  15. Island Batiks fabrics are the best! Such beautiful colors! Those carrots look huge! The kids are growing so quickly! Love the pictures of the birds! I used to have a bird feeder and loved seeing the birds. However, the squirrels were awful so I stopped it. Have a nice week!

  16. quiltinggail says:

    Your LOVES warm my hear! And those Island Batik stash builders are pretty cool, aren’t they?

  17. Rochelle Summers says:

    yummy bundles of fabric. Can’t wait to see what you do with them this week!!? We grew huge carrots one year (8″ diameter) I called them cow carrots. They were tough but we were also raising rabbits at the time so we put them in with the mama bunny and her littles. The babies started at the narrow end and ate the center all the way up to the top leaving about 1/2″ shell all around. They (the babies) came out with orange faces! How wonderful to see such beautiful birds at the feeder. All species tend to have bullies of one kind or another. Those littles are so precious. Thank you for sharing them every week!

  18. Congratulations on your win, Roseanne! That will be fun to play with! I love roasted carrots, too – so yummy. You saw some pretty birds – but no hummingbirds? Hopefully, they’re coming! Love the pictures of the kiddos, especially GG and the golf lesson!

  19. Denise says:

    Lol the is so cute, the photo of him falling in the puddle and her jumping in it. So cute.

  20. Sandra says:

    Lots of lovely littles! 🙂 live the birds too. We have a pair of sparrows nesting in the tree right by our deck. Loved watching them do the build. MacGyver roasted a carrot in with the sweet potatoes he did the other day, delicious!

  21. Laura says:

    Congrats on winning that wonderful fabric! It’ll be fun to see what you decide to make with it!

    I love watching the birds, too! We had a very territorial yellow warbler one year. Early every morning, he would fly round and round the house tearing holes in the upstairs window screens and beating on the windows. I can only assume he was attacking his reflections? In spite of the damage, and sometimes waking me up, I miss the little guy.

  22. I love those stash busters….think I will order some one day when I need a happy treat. They really do come in handy. The pics of the kids in blue and the face down Dominic….well something you can only laugh at (and be glad you didn’t have to clean up!!). Happy Tday!

  23. IB fabric is pretty, no matter what form it comes in. Congrats on the win! Orioles can be very territorial at the feeder. I’m jealous – I haven’t seen any yet (John has, I keep missing them). Those littles grow leaps and bounds each week – love Addison’s little pony/pigtail(?)!

  24. karenfae says:

    love the fabric – such a large carrot! and the little ones are so cute

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