I Love Thursday #27 – Happy April

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  1. Roseanne, Oh….quality dark chocolate is high on my priority list! No cheap stuff! I think everyone should watch movies while laying down with a princess pillow under their head. How relaxing would that be! 🙂

  2. nanamickie says:

    Quality candy, is that a local candy factory? We have a local one here (Josh Early) and a national one (makes Peeps!! marshmallow treats). Dominic is getting sooooo big! Had to laugh that you have to hold the phone so far away. Mailed the fabric for his quilt on Wednesday, hopefully will be at your house soon!

  3. Angie says:

    I seem to forget about hard-boiled eggs when it’s not Easter, but they are a great idea for lunches, etc. Durable! Do you eat yours with mustard? Chocolate for Easter is OK, but I am really a jelly beans and Peeps girl. Have a great weekend!

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Angie,
      I’m sorry I didn’t reply earlier – your message went into the Spam folder for some reason. I do not eat my hard-boiled eggs with mustard – just a little salt and pepper. Yum! I am definitely just a chocolate girl – I could easily walk right past both jellybeans and Peeps! Without a second glance, no less. HAHA! ~smile~ Roseanne

  4. quiltinggail says:

    Thanks for the book suggestion … I’ve written it down. You are certainly enjoying the little man in your life! What fun you guys are having with him!

  5. I have to read books in their series order, too! Thanks for another good recommendation! Love your Dominic photos – isn’t he getting big?!

  6. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Robbie who is 4 now always watched Mickey Mouse with me and we always got up and danced when Hot Diggety Dog came on. So cute and thanks for the reminder of a happy little memory.
    We have a boiled egg breakfast once a week and I know daughter take them to work too.
    Chocolate covered marshmallow anything is my favourite!

  7. paintedthread says:

    Easter eggs – no dyeing here, but at least the local eggs come in pretty blues and greens. lol Huzzah for books and good candy. Good things to enjoy.

  8. lapaylor says:

    He is very intent on watching isn’t he. Like Milo… babies watch and learn. People forget just how much they take in at this preverbal stage! Makes one think about the things we do in front of them, and how much tv and music shape them. I fondly remember being fascinated by MM. Even in high school my watch was Minnie Mouse!

  9. I have to read books in a series in order. I hate it when I read a book and find out it’s the middle one in a series. That probably says something about me (I hope it’s good)! Have you read the Louise Penny series? If you enjoy mysteries, you might like her.

  10. cozyquiltslb says:

    I’d love to have their flexibility again.

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