I Love Thursday #177 So Many Blessings

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11 Responses

  1. Sally says:

    What a great mug rug. How nice to have matched up your coworker with that.

    Silly bear!

  2. Colette says:

    Oh the bear. Someone else posted about a bear in the neighborhood. Thanks for the reminder I need to water my houseplants. Oh the littles look like they were having a fabulous time.

  3. That bear–!! Love him. And who knew spider plants flowered so prettily? That takes me back to the 80s and 90s…I over-wintered our crotons and was I happy to see the one flowering, such cool little blossoms. Ah the littles, so grateful for the joy they bring, right?

  4. Connie says:

    My spider plant abandoned me…now that’s the ultimate rejection! I used to have a green thumb, now I kill just by walking past plants, sigh. Must be giving off horrible vibes! Yours looks so healthy! Love the bear, he has a point…and apparently felt he made it…I laughed! But the kids are so cute, thank you once again for the fix…how wonderful that they grow up all together like that…may they always be so close!

  5. Chrisknits says:

    What sweet Cherubs. They brighten my week! Can’t wait until I can start showing our little peanut. Although right now Diva calls him a Brussel Sprout. LOL

  6. Gail Sheppard says:

    Spider plants are suppose to be fantastic air cleaners! Yours looks very healthy!
    The littles … oh, the littles … so cute … isn’t it amazing how water is so very entertaining? Such fun!

  7. ROCHELLE SUMMERS says:

    You always have the best photos from the littles to the spider plant to the bear. That mug rug is so nice and I think it has found a happy home. Do you leave your plant at school during the summer…or are you working during the summer? It certainly recovered after some TLC.

  8. Vicki in MN says:

    I had seen that bear on a wire somewhere, maybe FB, what in the world was he thinking! I love Colts Tshirt.

  9. I’ve missed seeing the little ones — they’re getting big and oh so cute! Your spider plant is looking great — the bear story was unbelievable!

  10. Wendy Tuma says:

    Your spider plant looks so happy and healthy! I keep waiting to see a bear in our backyard, since we’ve had sightings not too far from us. Wonder if he tried licking the wire – LOL! Those littles grow inches each week, I think!

  11. Precious littles! What fun. Ours love the water!! That bear…oh my!!

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