I Love Thursday #199 Blessings Plenteous

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  1. Connie says:

    Love the 9 month outfit! Too cute! And yes, the 3 together are a fabulous boxed gift for Christmas! Never quite thought about the baby steps in that way, the visuals really clarify, don’t they…so true…another thought provoking, uplifting posting…underscored by the faces of the three sweet little ones…thank you yet again!

  2. Rosemary Dickinson says:

    I love everything in your post today! I’m interested in Paul McCartney’s book too! I’m a little disappointed it’s so expensive. Chase is 9 months, already?? He’s getting so big!

  3. Chrisknits says:

    OMG, that last photo is just the most precious!!!

  4. Hi Roseanne. You post this week is full of positivity. Your school just sounds like a fun experience for students and staff alike. Such sweet littles photos. How can Chase be 9 months already. The book sounds wonderful. Did you watch any of the new Beatles unreleased footage? It’s wonderful to see them in such a relaxed manner writing new songs together. Yoko was there and I haven’t heard her say a word yet.

  5. Spread kindness like confetti – so perfect! That’s a good thing to remind the kids at school. That Paul McCartney book would be a treasure, Roseanne – I didn’t know that was coming out. Love the pictures of your littles as always. Decorating the Christmas tree is so fun!

  6. Gail Sheppard says:

    Yes, the McCartney book looks interesting. Have you seen the movie “Yesterday?” Its on Netflix …
    I love your perspective of Little Steps … I’m borrowing the picture for my blog …
    Sure do enjoy the pics of the the kidlets … so sweet!
    Thank you for sharing! 🙂

  7. Patricia says:

    What a fun bulletin board with a fabulous message! Sure to catch anyone’s eye! Your new director sounds like he/she is breathing new life into your After School Program! I so love your smaller steps share – so true! As retirement and a fixed income may be in our near future, I am certainly availing myself of our local library more and more – and enjoying it! You know, a gratitude chain sounds like it would be a wonderful new tradition to have in homes as well! Chase looks so cute and lively! :)d

  8. Sally says:

    I like the idea to spread kindness like confetti. The world definitely needs more of it. Small steps is a good thing (I’m trying to do that at work right now, not to get overwhelmed). That gratitude chain is cool.

  9. Extra sweet photos of those little darlings today, Roseanne. Thank you as always for sharing…never fails to make me smile.
    Yes I would read Paul’s book too. I always admired the way he and Linda raised their children, when young in a modest 3 bedroom house so they would learn how to share.
    Lots of great projects in that school. Can only hope the meanings will rub off on the young minds.

  10. Rochelle Summers says:

    What a Thankful post!! Your likes are marvelous. This is the first I’ve heard that Paul McCartney was writing a book. I do think you need to have your very own copy. If it is the only think you get for Christmas (or birthday) it would be worth it. When the grands were small, we had a dryer box in the living room with a door and window cut into it so that they had a little house to play in. One of the grands lived with us at the time. It seemed like it was there for a year but probably only several months. Thank you for sharing your likes/loves…especially the littles.

  11. Kathleen McCormick says:

    The McCarthy book could surely be an interesting read. Funny how much of that we all remember! Baby steps, gratitude and confetti are perfect things to remember on Thankful Thursday. The kiddos are adorable, as usual!

  12. Lots to like in your post today! Baby steps, spreading kindness, gratitude chains! Oh, I’m anxious to get a tree up here. Normally I think of it as a chore, but sharing with our son makes it enjoyable.

  13. Wendy Tuma says:

    I hope you put the McCartney book on your Christmas wish list, or maybe you can find a coupon for a discount? I’m old enough to remember the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show – ha! The littles are so darn cute, and growing so quickly. Okay, I need to decide if I have anything for a post today – I was too lazy to write one last night . . .

  14. Oh my, those sweeties! I can’t believe baby Chase is 9 months already! Wasn’t he just born last week?! Time certainly does fly by quickly. Today Love #3 really resonates with me…baby steps. I agree wholeheartedly that we all end up where we need to be regardless of the number of steps or hurdles we encounter. I believe those paths with extra steps, more than we would like, taking longer than we expected, really keep us safe and from receiving blessings we would have otherwise missed. Thanks, Roseanne!

  15. Love the visual, Rosanne! Baby steps. 🙂

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