I Love Thursday #196 Bountiful Blessings

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  1. Connie says:

    Sorry that illness is taking its toll this week! So hard when they are little to see them not feeling well! Here’s hoping they are all feeling in top form this week! And I love the Evolution of Popsicle…had me laughing, I think I skipped from 0-addiction in one go with fudge popsicles. As always warms the heart to see the little ones! Thank you!

  2. Colette says:

    Oh dear that is a load of sick littles. Luckily sinus infections and ear infections cannot be passed to one another. I love bit about how you look at something. I am a slow down and smell the roses girl at times. Not often do I get impatient—oh wait driving 25 mph down a 55 mph road, when I am tired. LOL Always great to see the littles and Chase and his fudge pop is a mile of smiles.

  3. This blogpost needs a warning – Cuteness Overload!!! Hope they feel better soon. Sending lots of love and hugs.
    Did you hear of the guy who prayed for Patience…adding in the end, “but please hurry, God”?

  4. Mary says:

    Roseanne, I enjoyed your post, especially the always cute pics of the littles, but thought your perspective on your flaws was so interesting. I find that in the books I like the most, the main characters always have flaws and are likable in spite of their flaws. Thanks for the continued encouragement and inspiration!

  5. A lot of things in life depend on our perspective, don’t they, Roseanne?! I like taking the “scenic route!” Chase and the fudgesicle is just precious! Yummy!

  6. Sally says:

    Yoga has been good for both accepting my flaws and trying to work on them. Snow! I look forward to it and hope there’s enough for skiing this year – just hope it doesn’t come too soon!

  7. That’s one of my favorite scriptures, Roseanne – loved reading your Thursday Thoughts today.

  8. Karla says:

    Love your positive messages! I am an extremely patient person — I worked with the public and had to take so much crap that I learned to roll it off. Sorry to read that Dominic was sick. The pictures of Chase were too cute ♥

  9. Kathleen McCormick says:

    Children can try your patience for sure – I always thought I was patient until I had a child. Veterans Day is so important, I am grateful for all who have given their lives in service of our country. I love the pics with Point of View and Flaws -such good reminders to us. No snow here in Maine…thank goodness…as I am shivering thinking of it and that delicious popsicle. Hope all are feeling better soon!

  10. Rochelle Summers says:

    So many good thoughts this week. Patience is one of my worst problems. That’s why I have to replace my seam ripper so often!! But those littles. So sorry they were sick but happy they are on the road to recovery. I see that Chase is wearing the letters off of his helmet. I would have thought he had a Popsicle over the summer but maybe he was too young then. That Elsa braid is almost a perfect match for Addie’s hair and she has a beautiful smile to go with it.

  11. Attitude is everything! 🙂

    We had our first snowfall two days ago. It was a beautiful dusting, but the roads were hazardous.

  12. Wendy Tuma says:

    Well, we have snow in the forecast here, not a lot in our area, but our first snow nonetheless. I’ll be in my sewing room today and tomorrow, for sure. Those littles are so cute – hope they are all feeling better soon!

  13. It’s so tough with the littles are sick. I hope they are feeling better very soon. LOVE that fourth pic of Chase! Just too cute! When your snow comes, just send a little south – not a lot – just enough for the kiddos to have fun! I try to remember when I am slowed down on the road and remind myself there is a reason, though my patience with other drivers is not what it used to be! LOL Happy Thursday!!

  14. Vicki in MN says:

    It’s always hard when the littles are sick, I hope they all are better soon. I’ll have to remember your patience talk when I get behind slow moving vehicles!

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