I Love Thursday #103 Small Blessings

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  1. Connie says:

    Awwwwwww…feeling so bad for the little ones…didn’t get to this till now, so late…glad he is better!! And the pattern makes my eyes cross…tough to look at…but so dang compelling…

  2. I’m catching up on posts this even while watching the MLB Division Series (sorry about your Brewers!). I love that pattern on your co-workers top, and it would definitely need to be paper pieced. It looks pretty challenging even for a paper-piecing fan like me! Take care, Mary.

  3. Jeanne says:

    Your blessings warm my heart, as always 🙂 Hope Dominic is heading toward recovery!

  4. nanamickie says:

    Oh poor Dom! I do hope Addison doesn’t get it too. Keep us posted on how he is doing. He is in our prayers!!! Hugs!

  5. lapaylor says:

    crying at Sue’s story… awesome connection. She heard her name… angels do that.
    Poor coughing boy, worse at night. Love the connection between him and his sis. I’ll have to go check out carolina home, thanks for the link! Love, leeAnna

  6. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    I just hate to see little ones sick. Breaks your heart. Hopefully not for long; it’s the time of year for sharing germs.
    Love Sue’s story and those wise words.

  7. Colette says:

    Awe poor little guy! Hope he is feeling better soon, and that Addison does not get it. You need to do a Judy Niemeyer quilt, take a class, you will love paper piecing because it just seems to make sense and logical. Thank goodness Sue listened to that angel and went to help.

  8. Sally says:

    No fun being sick! Pretty flowers. I agree with Laura – that top reminds me of porcupine quills, too.

  9. Shannon M Conley says:

    Poor Dominic! What a pain to be so sick! I hope Addison doesn’t catch it! I love that top too- it kind of reminds me of bargello- it’d be interesting if you could figure out a way to strip piece it or something. Inspiration is everywhere! Have a great week!

  10. Roseanne,
    I LOVE your LOVES!!!
    I’ve always thought that God gives blessings through our sight … seeing flowers is just one of the ways!
    That top!!! OH my … good luck with figuring out the paper piecing! 🙂
    And, I was tickled to hear about Sue’s experience! It made me smile – big time!
    Hopefully Dominic gets better soon and that a miracle happens that little Addison doesn’t get sick!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  11. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, It is always sad to hear one of the little ones is not feeling well. I am glad that he is starting to feel better now and will pray that little sister does not get it. It is wonderful that Sue listened to the Voice and it helped this lady in whatever way was needed! Stories such as this always make my heart swell and I have to stop and say a prayer of thanks. Give Sue a hug for me, she deserves one! I always enjoy Carole’s blog and always tease that I am her number 1 fan, LOL, but have not been commenting much the past couple of months. I am just having such a hard time still. I was looking at the quilt you mentioned just yesterday and thinking about making it myself! Just for you are aware…I browse the “Related” and “You may also like” links at the bottom of your blog all of the time, looking for inspiration and quilts to make. I just have a passion for quilts and love to look at patterns and finished quilts and so forth. Thank you for sharing all that you do!!! Have a splendid day!!

  12. Janice says:

    Glad your sweetie is feeling better. Oh my! #3 gave me goosebumps. Love that story.

  13. I love that Sue was in the right place to help someone out just when she was needed! That is a great quote! I bet Jayne from Twiggy and Opal would know how to make a quilt out of your co-worker’s shirt pattern – she can do curvy things and all kinds of amazing designs! Poor Dominic – that croup cough is the worst. Hope he is better now. Happy Thursday, Roseanne!

  14. Aww….hope Dominic starts feeling better soon!

  15. Aw, he looks so sad and sick. Glad he is on the mend. I love that shirt and yes, I do see some inspiration coming your way. How cool about Sue’s experience that she paid attention to that quiet whisper and helped a friend – a true blessing.

  16. It’s always so worrisome when those littles get sick. I hope Addison doesn’t get it, and I hope Dominic is fully on the mend now. That pattern is so cool — maybe a bargello design would work?

  17. Laura says:

    It is horrible when our loved ones get sick! Glad he is feeling better! 🙂

    Love the top, too! It reminds me of the porcupine quill artistry of the Plains Indians (you can tell where my recent influence is from).

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