I Love Thursday #124 So Many Blessings

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  1. Your favorite line of Shaw’s could have been about Mama. 🙂 I’ve been learning a lot about paczki today as I hop around the blog world. I’ve only eaten jelly doughnuts and am now curious to taste a paczki.

  2. nanamickie says:

    enjoying my Addison and Dominic fix! Great words to live by! You did a wonderful job on that baby quilt! Wow! Have a wonderful week!

  3. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    I enjoyed reading Love #3…inspiring words. That treat looks so tasty…pancakes are common here for that day. Beautiful photos of the kiddies as always.

  4. Paczkis seem to be popular today! I had never heard of them before but they sure look good! Love the pattern on the lounger. It definitely looks like a quilt! Love the Cubs quilt! The littles are so adorable! Love seeing their pictures!

  5. That paczki really does look delicious – and homemade probably really made it good! The lounger for the classroom is really interesting. There have been lots of innovations in schools in recent years about how kids needing more movement and seating choices, and that’s a good thing! Love seeing the baby quilt already for baby! Looks like that easel is a great thing for both kids!

  6. lenneamw says:

    We are a sugar free household, but I am in the middle of making a triple chocolate sugar free mousse cake for book club tonight!

  7. Sally says:

    I’ve seen a lot of Paczkis lately (but haven’t had one). They look delicious. Love the lounger.

  8. chrisknits says:

    That quote is wonderful!! I am posting that on my blog so I see it every day. Love the littles!

  9. Good morning Roseanne! We enjoyed a little sugar for breakfast on Fat Tuesday also..we’ve had family in from Colorado for the past 10 days — thankfully the weather was beautiful and was able to enjoy some pastries for breakfast by the Tampa Bay. You’re right the lounger is begging to be a quilt pattern! The cubs quilt and teddy bear are quite enticing…Dominic and Addison as always bring a smile to my face! Enjoy your day my friend ♥♥

  10. Jan Altomare says:

    Oh Hubby is so jealous of your Paczki. He dad would wait in line on Fat Tuesday at the New Palace Bakery in Hamtramck, MI. Polish town with great food. The only ones that had here were Raspberry at the grocery store. He asked a few local bakeries if they would have them and they all looked at him like deer in the headlights.

  11. Colette says:

    Awesome quote from Shaw. Cute lounger, I have seen mention of them lately. As always the littles are adorable. How nice that Dominick likes to help clean. They grow up much too fast.

  12. Angie says:

    Roseanne – we used to live in Cleveland, and everyone brought Paczkis to work on Fat Tuesday. Can’t find them here! Boohoohoo. Love the quote, especially the image of the torch being passed on to future generations!

  13. Pastries, finished crib, just waiting for baby and sweet kids playing! Can life get any better? 😎 Carol

  14. I second Laura’s comment –
    but add to that: drooling with envy on the Packzi!

  15. karenfae says:

    years ago I lived in Milwaukee WI and one thing I ( French Canadian by ancestry ) loved was all the bakery! I don’t think you can find bakery like this anywhere else!! I totally forgot about Fat Tuesday and I would have loved that bakery – but I wouldn’t have been able to find anything like it here in Arkansas anyway

  16. For a minute there, I thought I had my days wrong (panic) – until I read your first paragraph. 🙂 Oh my, that pastry looks delicious – I haven’t had breakfast yet, could ya send one over? The littles are darling as usual, and the Cubs quilt looks grand with that cuddly ellie!

  17. Laura says:

    Wonderful quotes from Shaw, Roseanne! 🙂

  18. Connie says:

    Whoa bonus! Sugar in the morning on Ash Wednesday! Love that lounger, but love the littles more…now that’s how to get over mid week…

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