I Love Thursday #168 Abundant Blessings

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  1. Wow, that was a lot of snow! (I don’t miss diving to work during the winter.) The upholstered headboard turned out great! Have you made one before? Of course The Littles stole the show again. Thanks for the day brightener.

  2. chrisknits says:

    Aw, what fun they have! Hope your snow is melting? Ours did, and then it snowed again!

  3. Frédérique says:

    Haha, I love the bear, and you are just like me. No energy to sew after work. I’m so happy you weren’t on the road near these trucks. Pretty headboard matching the quilt!
    I’m now following you on FB and IG. Hugs

  4. Kathryn says:

    That snow looks wonderful although not the vehicle pile up. Dominic looks wonderful in the mask and what a group of happy looking kids. Stay safe – I guess getting back to work is tiring. And of course reading is perfect!!

  5. Connie says:

    Now you’re starting to look like us with all that snow! Stay warm! Love to see the little ones again…so cute the 3 of them on the chair! This just makes my week again…but I have to admit, my soul mate, the bear, has my heart this week…it’s hard work to relax you know…I practice a lot during winter, prime training time…

  6. Colette says:

    Yay for working from home. We keep getting heavy snow notices then nothing. I am with Addison, not a fan of getting bundled up to get wet. Great pic of the littles. I agree sometimes it is nice just to wrap up in a quilt, have a cup of something hot, and read.

  7. The snow is pretty, except when there are accidents involved! Glad you could work from home that day, Roseanne. Cute photo of the three littles in the chair! I bet getting them to all three look “good” at the same time is tricky. Little guys in masks are so adorable – I always appreciate when their parents mask them up, too.

  8. plstockwell says:

    I just love your upbeat post!

  9. quiltinggail says:

    Cute pics of the kids! It’s always fun to read the stories behind the pics!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  10. ROCHELLE SUMMERS says:

    So glad you worked from home Monday. Looks like a big mess. Our snow is about melted now. Hubby and I like to see the snow…and like to see it go fast, too. Those littles are so cute and Dominic is a real sport to let his sister sit on him. Hope those books are good. When I’ve got a great one going, I hardly look at the machine. But I do love audio books when I sew.

  11. Hi Roseanne. Wow that storm sure dumped on you. It’s a good thing you were able to work from home. The lack of sewjo seems to be a common problem for so many right now. The littles are all moved now? Nice that they got to play in the big snow. 😄

  12. We used to used the dining hall trays in college… whatever works when you need to get down a snowy hill. The littles are adorable and hope the sew-jo comes back again soon.

  13. Vicki in MN says:

    I glad you were able to work from home also. Boy those kiddos are growing and changing so fast. Stay safe my friend.

  14. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Looks like your sweet littles were having a blast in the snow! Still hoping our littles might have some snow to play in this year, but time will tell! And love #2…I definitely get it! Hang in there!

  15. We are getting the snow this morning (I don’t think we’re supposed to have as much as you). Those kiddos are too cute, and growing too fast! When it comes to sledding, any mode that works – works! I need to get my Thursday post written (maybe after coffee). Take care, you!

  16. Laura says:

    One snowy winter, when my children were small, Hubby and I tied ropes to large cardboard diaper boxes and took our kids sledding. The boxes lasted long enough to make a happy outing. 🙂

    Not much sewing going on here, either. That polar bear represents me very well after work.

  17. Gretchen says:

    Be sure to give us a link here on your old blog to your new blog. Thanks, happy stitching!

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