I Love Thursday #89 Many Blessings

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  1. dezertsuz says:

    I loved seeing you siblings together. What a wonderful thing to do. Yes, the more often, the better! That string ensemble was a great idea. I know I would have loved hearing it, too. You are in a terrific school, I think. Dominica and Addison always make a nice rounding out of wonderful loves. The garden pictures and the tree are so pretty. I’m glad you are finally having some warm weather.

  2. Angie says:

    Roseanne – a plethora of blessings, indeed. There is nothing more cheery than flowers on a front porch. String music is so relaxing, right next to wind instruments. I have a couple of CDs of Native American instrumental music that are my go to when I need to wind down! And of course, the kids are as adorable as always. They recover quickly at that age!

  3. Colette says:

    Oh no summer colds are the worst. Yep my light skinned kiddos get those dark circles when they are sick, or if they are really tired. Gorgeous flowers! As always Dominick and Addison are adorbs

  4. Hi Roseanne, it’s so joyful to read and see all of your blessings and happiness you & Sue are surrounded with and share with others 😊 🌸🌺

  5. lapaylor says:

    what a jolly family! poor babies with colds… they are so congested with those widdle noses.

  6. nanamickie says:

    I love the photos of the kids smiling! They have a serenity in those smiles that is just so endearing!!! Loved the mums you got last year, I think my neighbor has those too and I was just admiring them! Have a great day!

  7. Suzanne says:

    Oh, those sweet little faces! The Lily’s look spectacular!

  8. Happy Thursday! Lately these visits of yours on-blog are touching me deeply.
    BTW: today I got my delayed snail mail delivered…yippee!
    peace dear one.

  9. chrisknits says:

    The poor thing! Love all your flowers. I suck at flowers!

  10. Roseanne, your flowers are beautiful! Definitely a lovely welcome at the front door. I love the picture of the string group playing outside your office door – that would be fun to listen to! Sorry to hear the little ones have been sick – no fun. I hope they are on the mend now!

  11. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Oh Roseanne – all of those pictures are just darling but that sock-girl just made me giggle! What is it with those two and socks? Too cute for sure!

  12. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, I thoroughly enjoyed your post today! Such beautiful flowers you have to show off and share. I love flowers of all varieties, they just make me happy. How wonderful to get to listen to the String Ensemble as you were working. It is always a pleasure to listen to the kids playing their instruments! You look absolutely beautiful with your family, I am glad that you had such a great time and shared these pictures! Glad to hear that both of the little ones are feeling better and loved the pictures of all the fun adventures they are having in each picture. Thank you for sharing and have a spectacular day!!

  13. Sally says:

    I like all your flowers! so pretty. I bet the string ensemble was delightful to listen to. Huzzah for siblings. It’s always nice to see families that get along.

  14. mary says:

    What a happy post! Love those flowers and family photos. mary

  15. I had a smile on my face the whole time I read your post. Gerbera daisies always make me think of my daughter’s lovely wedding as salmon pink and cream gerbers were her flowers including the back of her hair. I have day lilies on my to buy list for this year’s plantings. I loved looking at the photos of such happy smiling faces of family all laughing together.
    Nothing sadder than little kids feeling under the weather but they do bounce back fast…so a happy ending. Photo with Policeman Billy is priceless.

  16. Pat says:

    Happy Thursday, Roseanne! I have many find memories of student ensembles. Your flowers are beautiful. I have Gerbera daisies in my big pot on the big stump on my front lawn that are doing well. Usually I am not successful with these. Not sure if I have posted photos. Should do so after the sun shines again as their beauty may not last. Cute little ones even when they are not well. Hope everyone is back to blooming good health. Thanks for sharing … 🙂 Pat

  17. That Flowering Crabtree is gorgeous! We don’t do much as far as flowers here except for sunflowers and cosmos. But I also have a container of basil on the front porch as it is my favorite herb. Have a great day, Mary.

  18. I’ve tried to get Gerbers to work in a pot on my deck for years. They never seem to do very well. This year I just have geraniums on the deck, but I do have my chicken by the front door. You have some nice cheerful flowers to greet everyone. Sorry the kiddos were sick; looks like they are recovering well.

  19. Vicki in MN says:

    Oh I really love the pic’s of your flowers, all my favorite ones! We used to have a lot of lilies but living out here the deer liked to have a mixed salad to many times that the lilies gave up.

  20. Connie says:

    Sugar day! Yay! Even not quite in top health, those two are still devastatingly cute! Love the lilies…am a black thumb type person and lilies don’t respond to me, so I am always in deep envy when I see them flourishing under other people’s care! Beautiful!

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