I Love Thursday #91 Many Blessings

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  1. dezertsuz says:

    Another wonderful Thursday, from spider plants (which I love, and mine have all died now) to the sublime slide show. Such precious sweetness in your lives – love the tree and the sign, and the socks, too. =)

  2. chrisknits says:

    All adorable pictures for sure!!

  3. Colette says:

    Woohoo gorgeous view out of your window. Wow a Rummaga sale I hear those are mighty special. Happy 6 months miss addison. Great pics of Dominick too!

  4. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Every.single.picture is my favorite! I know these kiddos are being brought up in a home full of love because they show love to each other and to others. So much sweetness here! I love that you share them with me!

  5. Sally says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen blossoms on a spider plant. Very cool. I love those sock-eating kids. LOL. That rummage sale sign is awesome.

  6. No wonder you ‘love thursdays’ – so much love is in your life!
    Thanks for letting it spill out onto us ‘followers’.

  7. quiltinggail says:

    Love your LOVES!!! Spider plants in my home end up the same as any spider I see – dead. 🙁 I love the tree – and with cardinals – so sweet! And your two precious ones – so cute – as always! Your loves bring a smile to my face! 🙂

  8. The kiddos with their socks are so adorable and hilarious! It’s always interesting what will comfort us. 🙂 LOVE the sign for the rummage sale – I hope it went well! Your slide shows are always so fun – that pool looks really inviting!

  9. Hello Roseanne, Your Spider plant is looking spectacular! Mine was last year, this year after I transplanted it, it is looking horrible. No new sprouts and of course no new flowers. We just got some sort of fish fertilizer for plants, flowers and vegetables and hubby will get it mixed up for me and all of my indoor and outdoor plants and flowers will be getting a nice dose and hopefully it will make a great difference. Like you any of the flowering trees make me relax while looking at them as they are so gorgeous. I am glad that you shared this picture today, it just fits the mood for today for some reason. LOL. Love, Love, Love every one of the kiddo pictures! I am so glad that you decided to go ahead and share them. Thanks for the fun post today, have a fantastic day!!

  10. Learn something new here…did not know spider plants had a bloom; I’ve only ever seen the little mini plants. That must be one happy spider plant.
    Gorgeous tree blooms framed in the blue!
    Of course the little ones are adorable and how sweet together they are.

  11. Shirley Clark says:

    Your spider plant looks a lot like my disciple plant. It produces (supposedly) 12 blooms a summer. My plant is many plants now! Anyway, did you know if you put those shoots in dirt, they’ll grow more plants? I shared several of mine last year. My plant was given to us by a lady from our church that passed away a few years ago. I know she’d be happy to know I still have that plant!

  12. Rochelle Summers says:

    Such great photos off plants, sign and kids. Need a photo of those cardinals!! If it is as hot there as here, that pool (and hose) must feel pretty good. Sister is keeping up with brother quite well!

  13. mary says:

    Love those slideshows. I did not know spider plants had flowers-how delicate. I would go to that sale just to meet the kids who wrote that sign. How sweet.
    Great post. mary

  14. Shannon M Conley says:

    I love spider plants! I have one at home and on in my office. I love it when they bloom, but mine do it very seldom, they must not be quite as happy as yours! The kids are so cute- how funny that they like to chew on socks! Have a fabulous week!

  15. lapaylor says:

    I had a spider plant with flowers. They are great for offices, I have one in the family room and it survived the trip from MD to CO. Sock babies are just off the adorable meter! Can you believe you are approaching the two year mark for doing like posts???? It’s a good thing!

  16. I don’t remember spider plants moving. We have one plant in the house – not really my forte – hubby has it on the calendar when to water it (every 3 weeks) so I don’t have to think! Great sign once againforthe sale at school and of course the kiddos – love love love.

  17. My morning coffee on Thursday is so much better seeing pics of Addison & Dominic ♥♥ I love your flowering spider plant and the gorgeous tree. Enjoy your day!

  18. Connie says:

    As always, the highlight of my week seeing those two sweet ones! They are so great together…can’t remember being that close to my sibs at any point till we “grew up”! As for spider plants, mine used to flower beautifully, then all of a sudden one day it decided it was done with me and slowly died off?? Egads!!

  19. I think your spider plant is happy indeed with all those shoots and now a bloom! The flowering trees are lovely too; what a pretty photo! I notice Little D has apparently stashed the orange donut safely somewhere, since I don’t see little sister with that. 🙂

  20. Vicki in MN says:

    I had one of those spider plants years ago and I don’t remember it blooming. I think big brother taught her the sock trick!

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