I Love Thursday #203 Muchas Bendiciones

You may also like...

16 Responses

  1. Connie says:

    So sorry to hear about GG! That black ice is horrendous this year, we are going through weeks of it already…have to be so careful all the time! Here’s hoping she’s recovering with very little pain. And thank you for the pictures of the little ones, as always…know I can start the week with a smile now! Those 4 sure do play together well…love seeing it!

  2. Chrisknits says:

    As always, those littles are the highlight!! I just wish I could share Squish’s adorableness!! But it’s OK, at least I get to experience it!

  3. Hi Roseanne. The littles continue to make me smile as always but this week I really appreciate your memes. The tiles are incredible. One of my favourite things back when I travelled in Europe was taking pictures of the flooring. So many quilt patterns there! 😉

  4. Yes to all the positive messaging in this post, Roseanne. I’ve read that article about the mosaic floor uncovered and can’t believe the age of it and the beauty. Yes it is def. a quilting block. Addison’s hair is getting long and they keep busy with their activities, don’t they. So sweet. Happy Weekend to you two now.

  5. To have all that energy again! Those littles stay so busy. Have a great weekend.

  6. Sally says:

    Yes – I am so unbelievably blessed. That mosaic floor is incredible (the undulations make it even more interesting). The kids are cute as always!

  7. John 1:16 is a great theme to be woven into our lives, isn’t it? And this post glows with your gratitude and love!
    So sorry to hear about your GG – black ice is awful stuff and broken hips are the worst. Prayers for you all.

  8. Colette says:

    Isn’t that mosaic tile floor amazing. I remember reading an article about it years ago. My favorite part of traveling when I was younger, the mosaics. OH no GG broke a hip! Hope she heals quickly. Keeping her in my prayers. Oh the littles are so cute. Colt and that smile, Chase is getting so big, and of course as always Addison and Dominick! All sure to put a smile on your face. I realized the other day watching my big guys get off the high school bus makes me smile, all cool and sophisticated (Insert rolling eyes). It seems like just yesterday I was putting Xander on the bus to school as a Kindergartner. 🙁 Now he is almost 15.

  9. That mosaic tile design is quilt-worthy! Amazing it has stood the test of time like that. I love your heart quilt, too! Love the pictures of your littles – always so busy!

  10. Gail Sheppard says:

    Very cute littles!! Thank you for sharing!

  11. Rochelle Summers says:

    You find such wonderful memes…and they are all so appropriate. Thank you for sharing those. Love the photos of the boys and girl. No understanding how some things get invented but apparently scale is not as important to kids as having the actual item. I think it’s so cool that Dominic will play with the dolls with Addison. Wishing GG a quick recovery. So sorry to hear about her accident. I’m sure the art work will cheer her up. Have a blessed day/week.

  12. I hope GG recovers fully soon! Black ice is wicked!

  13. Wendy Tuma says:

    What a fun post, Roseanne. Reflecting on our blessings with a grateful heart is so important, especially during these times. The littles are growing so fast, and it looks like there is never a dull moment! Such fun!

  14. Yes, we are unbelievably blessed, my friend! Those littles get more cute and precious every day! Praying for a full and speedy recovery for GG. I do my best not to get out if it’s icy. You all stay safe with all the ice and snow. We may actually have a “wintry mix” on Sunday!

  15. Kathleen McCormick says:

    You are right…so many blessings. Glad GG is recovering but so scary falling and breaking one’s hip! The kiddos are fun … yes brothers make faces and crack each other up … their hole lives!

  16. Wow Barbie has a hot tub? It can’t be a pool! Anyway, love seeing the kids and all their merriment! I am so sorry about your Mom’s hip. Keeping GG in our prayers and wishing her a speedy recovery! Those mosaic tiles are fabulous! Stay well dear friends!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: