I Love Thursday #105 Blessings Galore

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  1. Angie says:

    Roseanne – glad your prayers for your sister were answered. Will keep your nephew in our thoughts. I am with you – I like fall color much more now that we don’t have to rake ANY leaves! That lantern festival is amazing. I am always so impressed how places keep coming up with new ideas to get us to return! Enjoy the rest of your week!

  2. lapaylor says:

    yea for your sister! What a fun post, I liked the pic of sue and her friend, the book sounds like my kind of read. LeeAnna

  3. Good news on your sister. More peeps to send healing thoughts to…her and your nephew. Oh those TREES!!! This is why I am so enamoured with Fall now we live back here in the east; it is stunning!! Stunning too, and I chuckled at your expense, sorry, to envision you and Sue back and forthing with the soggy heavy tarp all the while everyone else is partying it up. Lovely shots of Dominic, enthralled. Wow on the lantern festival, just glorious! And thank you for the book recommendation! That’s three from three different QBL friends, you, Wendy, and Sue from IG. Library, here I come!

  4. I love books that give you something to look up – so I learned something from your book, too, as I hadn’t heard that phrase before either! We have a lot of trees here at our house so lots of leaves to rake up, too. Loved the story of you and Sue and the leaves! What fun for Dominic to go to Sesame Street Live, and cute Addison with her pink explosion!

  5. Sally says:

    Lantern festival looks pretty cool! October colors are the best! Many healing thoughts for your family members. That’s frightening stuff.

  6. Laura says:

    Thanks for sharing the tidbit about the salt…I need to find an occasion to use that phrase! Of course, I’ll be sure to be the one sitting above the salt!
    My favorite picture if the one of Daddy and son! Love, love, love!
    Great post! I wish I could come and see those lanterns!
    My hubby had 2 stents installed a couple of years ago. What a difference that made! He felt so much better and had much more energy! I am sorry to hear about the cancer that your nephew is dealing with! So hard!

  7. Colette says:

    Great likes as usual and Dominick and Addison are the highlights as always. Everyday you should learn something new, so the information about the salt is cool. LOL I can so relate to the leaves. Jeff worked for a municipality he kept the street sweepers running and the leaf sucker trucks, and man they get nasty depending on the weather. I like where I live, the boys rake them or blow them (boys and anything with a motor) and then they can set them on fire. The book sounds like a fun read.

  8. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, Your post was filled with so many delightful photos and information once again today, I enjoyed reading and seeing every picture! It just makes my heart happy that your life is filled with so much love and happiness!! Of course, we all experience these medical issues and know that I will be praying for you and your family!!! Have a splendid day!

  9. chrisknits says:

    As always your loves are adorable! And will add those who need prayers to my list.

  10. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Oh my goodness – so much fun and wonder in this post! Beautiful pic of Sue, the lanterns are stunning, and we here in New England also rake, rake, rake…we have a few trees in our backyard that don’t lose their leaves until Thanksgiving…beautiful but oh the work!
    Best part of this post? The picture of Dominick and his dad…that dripping sound is my heart melting :o)
    And you can count on my prayers dear friend.
    Thank you for all you share!

  11. You put so many good things in your posts, Roseanne. I enjoy reading them. I’m sorry to hear about the health issues of your family members, and I will be praying for them.

  12. Connie says:

    Wow! Amazing lanterns…never seen anything like that, would have loved to have been there! And of course the wonder two bring a huge smile to my face, but I am saddened to hear about the family health issues…my prayers are with them…all my wishes for a turn around…

  13. Kathryn says:

    So wonderful to count all the blessings. Hmm so interesting about the salt. And now we treat it like its common!

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