I Love Thursday #156 Blessings Plenteous

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  1. Yay! Gamma got to go to the pumpkin farm with littles. We tried to go, but exposure to a Covid case canceled out plans. No one got sick though.

    I am drooling over the view through your class windows. I have no window at all in my classroom – only a skylight.

  2. chrisknits says:

    As always, the sweetest bunch of babes!

  3. Lavender Dreams says:

    The pumpkin patch is so much fun for the little ones! We used to always go and enjoy the maze and everything! Love the pink patches and your beautiful Fall colors! Give those little ones a treat! Hugs!

  4. Connie says:

    Finally some time to sit back and enjoy my favorite little ones! Now I’m smiling…tough week all forgotten…thank you cute ones! Such dolls…nothing beats the medicine of their antics…

  5. Pumpkin farms are so fun! I love the panoramic view of the beautiful fall colors through the windows. I’m glad you got a new window even though the timing is off. Sewing patches aren’t easy but they do look nice!

  6. Angie says:

    Oh, how I miss visiting the pumpkin patch with our little ones. It was always at least a half-day event with a corn maze and hay ride and other activities. I’ll have to be patient for grands to arrive! Enjoy your weekend!

  7. Colette says:

    Awe fun pics. Addison is not a fan of the pumpkin patch either? LOL the construction but man the view is awesome. Oh Colt you sweetie. Gee how fast Dominick has grown, love the 4 photos.

  8. Judy Blauer says:

    Your like(loves) today, raised my spirits! Pumpkin patches are so much fun, it seems! I’ve never been to one or a corn maze either! Guess this old Gramma needs to up her game!

  9. Ooh! Nice window (finally) and what an incredible view. Pumpkin Patches and Littles! Total sweetness! Can life get any better than these likes/loves?

  10. What a glorious Fall color photo!!!

  11. Sally says:

    Yeah for a window. I love the fall foliage photo. That’s a BIG chair!

  12. Rochelle Summers says:

    Oh such a bundle of likes/loves. That window is wonderful now that it is complete. What a view!! The why of how things get done is not to be considered without causing a massive brain flame. Those littles are so cute. The pumpkin patch surely was a good place to wear out Colt! and the kids are so much fun. Thank you for sharing.

  13. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, What a spectacular view you now have and all year long you will watch as the seasons change! The pictures are always such a joy to see! I am so glad that you share them with us. Thank you and have a fabulous day!

  14. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    OH how the world loves pumpkins! Such fun for the kids to visit these farms and all decked out in perfect shirts to match it all. That window photo with the autumn show is beautiful. How neat the police are on side with that very important cause and your sewing skills came in handy. Best part as always seeing those three little lovelies. And look at that Colt John!

  15. Hooray for a window in your office, Roseanne! Does it make a huge difference in everyone’s attitude? 🙂 Love the fall colors and the pumpkin farm photos, too. It seems that Colt might have wanted to get in that tub with D!

  16. YEAH!!! Congratulations on your window!!! As with all projects, they happen when they happen!
    Love the pics of the pumpkin littles!! 🙂

  17. Mary says:

    Colt will not be left behind! Lol. What a beautiful view you have! I used to dislike sewing scout patches on my kids uniforms. Ugh- killed my hands. Kudos to you.

  18. Yup, the timing of some of these things is ridiculous – but that window is gorgeous. The trees are my favorite thing about fall. Kids in tubs and with pumpkins are another favorite. Happy Thursday to you.

  19. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Awww sweet loves!! I loved my huge window in my office with the State…well, at least the two days I was in the office each week and not making sure agencies were following Medicare guidelines!! Of course, in cold weather it got a little chilly! I know you’ll enjoy that. Our kiddos went to the Pumpkin Patch Sunday after church and had a blast! I really didn’t mind sewing our daughter’s Missionette patches on her sashes when she was young. The thing I hated the most was hemming!!

  20. If I remember my working days correctly, having a window in one’s office is a huge honor – even reflective of one’s ‘status’ within the business…and here you had one specifically built for your office space. Wow! You go, girl!
    😎

  21. lapaylor says:

    yea for windows! the view is breathtaking. Cute pic of the littles!

  22. nanamickie says:

    Okay, I”m officially howling at Baby Colt wanting a bath with his cousin! I love all the photos and grateful you finally are getting a glass window!!! Have a wonderful day!

  23. karenfae says:

    so sweet with the pumpkins – one would think the windows could have been replaced while school was being taught remotely!

  24. Barbara Esposito, @TheQuiltedB says:

    Oh my goodness that time-lapse of Dominic at the pumpkin farm!! So so sweet. And I am with Piecfulwendy – I sewed a patch on my BIL’s firefighter jacket the other day. Definitely one of my least favorite tasks – will the thread show??? Will I break a needle??? Will it be centered??? AND I wanted to remind him that asking a quilter to sew a patch (or hem your pants) is like asking Picasso to paint your garage! ;o) Hope you have fun planned for the weekend!

  25. Sometimes ya gotta wonder about the timing of construction stuff, no? But you have a window, and you can see clearly now – haha – yippee! Those littles are just too cute! I commend you for sewing the patches on to William’s uniform; I remember sewing patches on vests for my kids when they were in AWANA. It was one of my least favorite tasks.

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