I Love Thursday #190 Numerous Blessings

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  1. Connie says:

    I have never seen a woodpecker anywhere…they remain a cartoon memory for me, lucky you! And I super love the pictures this week…especially the “blues” crew and the look on Chase’s face! Priceless! Especially compared to his smile at the end…what an incredible amount of joy those 3 spread to all of us watching them grow!

  2. So interesting about the woodpecker! So neat that the owl worked! Love seeing all those boats. The kids are growing like weeds! Love seeing them!

  3. Geez, I’m not sure why I couldn’t see your blog earlier this week! So nice to see the kiddos and that Chase has his new helmet on! The kids sure are getting big! Loving your positivity quilt and congrats on the a/c system! Stay well!

  4. Kathleen McCormick says:

    It was a woodpecker week – I saw one on the pole outside my study window eating what looked to be a rosehip. It’s a beautiful creature but not so beautiful when pecking at your house. The 3 musketeers are having fun as usual – love to seem them.

  5. Wendy Tuma says:

    We have several varieties of woodpeckers here, including pileated. The little ones are particularly drawn to the cedar siding on our house. When they begin pecking, Wilbs goes on high alert. Fun to see the littles and all their adventures through the week!

  6. Chrisknits says:

    OMG, Chase looks just like D!!! And Addison is so beautiful in her new gown. Looks like a lot of lovely loves!

  7. Sally says:

    A woodpecker on the house! How unusual. Although I did hear a sapsucker on a neighbor’s tin roof (it made quite a racket!). Excellent stuff.

  8. Vicki in MN says:

    Oh gosh a pileated woodpecker, they are so cool-not when they are pecking on the house though! We occasionally see one around here, but mostly we just hear them. Our youngest grandson also had to wear a helmet like that for a while.

  9. I love woodpeckers, but have not had them pecking on my house! At our house we put out suet feeders and they peck on those instead. I love your like #2, Roseanne! It seems it takes a lifetime to learn to be accepting and tolerant of other people and all of our differences. Your photos of the littles are always so fun! Colt is getting so big!

  10. Gail Sheppard says:

    Love reading about all your blessings!
    I’m not sure I would call a woodpecker pecking at my house a blessing though!!! Glad the owl was able to scare him away.
    The kidlets are growing and growing!!! So much!
    Thanks for sharing!

  11. Rochelle Summers says:

    Thanks for sharing all of those loves. The boats are so nice. My father in law used to make a boat or two and would have loved seeing them. Ah, woodpeckers! I can hear one in the neighborhood from time to time. It stays across the street. I just never get to see him. I like Sue’s solution. Those littles are so precious. Glad Chase finally found his smile for the last photo. When the three sit together in the sun, their hair is all the same color. You can tell they are siblings! Have a great week (end).

  12. Wonderful loves!! Especially those beautiful littles! Gave me a smile this morning, Roseanne – thanks!!

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