I Love Thursday #152 Blessings Galore

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  1. Angie says:

    I am sure they could have made money from those strawberries, so kudos to the farmers for doing something so selfless. Laughed out loud about the school/virus. I have friends that are teachers and they are stressed out of their gourds. They all deserve massive pay raises! Love this pix of the littles!

  2. The school thing is funny but how strange it all is. The kids are adorable and in a separate note I will tell you a story about my mom and aunt, my son and Toy story.

  3. chrisknits says:

    Colt is such a cutie!!! And the others are just as adorable. Those boots!!!

  4. Sunflowers and littles were just what I needed to see today. Thankyou Roseanne and Sue

  5. Barbara Esposito says:

    How kind of that farmer! the picture cheered me up so I can only imagine how delightful they are in person! And Dominic looks so grown up! {says me, tearing up}!

  6. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    You can’t help but smile when you see those sunflowers, can you. They are such a treat and amazing when seen in large numbers. Yeah, I’m unsure how all this school stuff is going to work. A work in progress at best, I think. Meanwhile, the kiddies are so sweet…imagine preschool, already!!

  7. dreamworthyquilts says:

    Awe, such beautiful photos of the kids going to school or staying home (younger one). They just grow so fast!

    Good for Dominic and his parents for giving him confidence to start his first school day off right.

  8. Colette says:

    What is it about sunflowers that make you happy. How can Colt be 6 months already. ROFL Dominick’s backpack is bigger than him. I bet Addison likes some alone time. Great likes as usual.

  9. Love the sunflowers. They make me happy! As always, cute pics of the littles!

  10. Sally says:

    Sunflowers! Mine didn’t produce much, but the neighbor down the street has a bunch that I hope she’ll give away like last year! That picture (or lack of it) made me laugh! Wow, kids grow up so fast!

  11. Such beautiful sunflowers! They always look so happy! How can those kids be getting so big?? I only see them on your blog but I can see how much they’re growing. Time goes by too fast!

  12. Sue Hoover says:

    That little girl was surely styling with the Woody boots and Frozen gown! I predict a scrappy quilter in the making! Lol! Thanks for sharing the sunflowers. What a gorgeous sight!

  13. The field of sunflowers is wonderful, and I am definitely laughing at your “image not found” cartoon! I can only imagine how much *fun* that is… Love Colt’s 6 month photo – so serious! Good for Dominic, having a great first day of preschool, and Addison reading her book, too. Always enjoy your posts, Roseanne!

  14. Rochelle says:

    I LOVE Sunflowers and must remember to plant some next year…just not 22 acres of them!! And yes, that photo of the class picture…priceless. Can’t believe Colt is 6 months old. Are you getting to fill in the growth chart regularly? Dominic in pre-school!! Wow. I knew Addison would be able to do fine on her own. But next week, she’ll want to go with him. Have a great weekend.

  15. Field of Sunflowers…just because. I wonder if that’s a midwestern thing… several years ago we spent some time in the lakes region of Indiana and there was a field on the outskirts of the tiny town of North Webster filled with wildflowers up to your chest. There was a sign stating that the field was open for all to roam and pick a bouquet – with respect for others and the field itself.
    Gotta love midwesterners!

  16. Judy Blauer says:

    The field of Sunflowers! Awesome! Our granddaughter (she is 27) went to a Sunflower maze in Vermont last weekend, I’m dying to hear about it!
    I had a quick “oh oh” when I read about beads on a pipe cleaner. Then saw your photo and breathed a sigh of relief! Our pre-schooler ( our great granddaughter) brought home “pony beads” on a pipe cleaner bracelet! Proceeded to take them apart and while mindlessly watching a video, put one up her nose! A trip to the pediatrician and $600.00 later, she was all good. Gee, that was scary! She was in my care! I was sitting in the same room with her, just didn’t have eyes on her at all times!

  17. Vicki in MN says:

    So glad that D’s first day was a success!! I’ll bet that field of sunflowers is magnificent I’d just love to see the whole thing in the real.

  18. Wow, thanks for sharing your sunflower field also! They are beautiful! And such sweet pics of the kiddos. I love the ones of Addison in her boots and giving the baby a sweet kiss…so cute!! Glad he had a good day. I will NEVER forget taking my daughter into her first day of K4. As it turns out, our pastor’s wife at the time was her teacher. She took Jeni’s hand and led her to her desk that already had some crayons and a picture to color on it! She didn’t cry a tear, or even say goodbye! Rumor has it someone cried all the way back to the car and home after leaving her!! I can’t substantiate that…just sayin’!! LOL

  19. Connie says:

    Sigh, there he goes, a big boy now…all of them are such a cute reminder to smile during the week! Thank you for always sharing! And how incredible it must be to go past that field of sunflowers…

  20. Sunflowers are the best! I loved the no photo….funny! The kids are getting big and Colt is so cute! Happy Thursday ♥

  21. Sunflowers are just such happy flowers, aren’t they? Had to chuckle at the meme, too. Of course, the kidlets steal the show!

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