I Love Thursday #134 – Blessings Galore

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  1. Angie says:

    The aroma of hyacinths is heavenly. I do miss that – they wouldn’t last 10 minutes with all the critters around here! Hmmm – that Smirnoff sounds interesting – did you mix it with anything or just put it over ice? Your kiddos are growing up fast!

  2. laemperatrizgmailcom says:

    The kids are so cute! I love seeing them each week! And your hyacinths are so pretty. We’ve had lots of rain here, and there is a giant mudbath in the backyard where the dogs have worn a path from the house to the corner where they like to bark at things walking by but the rest of the grass is nice and green. My sister is saving me pavers, so I hope to be able to put down a paver-path where they’ve killed the grass.

  3. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Love to read your commentary on the photos of the kiddies. So cute. Nothing like it and I was wondering if they will keep that gorgeous blond hair. Robbie still has his and he is 6 now.
    My garden flowers have survived the cold; how hardy they must be!

  4. Mickie says:

    Awwww, such sweet blessings, just love the kiddos and the many aspects of their personalities you capture! Colt is getting so big!!! Have a wonderful week and hope spring actually arrives there soon! Hyacinths are a good sign!

  5. What lovely hyacinths! I love bulb flowers! Those kids are growing like weeds, and we can tell they are loved! My adult beverage of choice is red wine, but I do better when I limit it because I tend to lose all interest in making healthy choices if I don’t. Take care, Mary.

  6. I’ve never seen a neat box like that! How perfect for the little ones to get creative! FUN FUN FUN!!!

  7. Connie says:

    Love the little ones’ slide shows…made my week again! Gotta get me a pair of those owl jammies…I think I could rock them, maybe not as well as Addison, but still…

  8. Mary says:

    Yay for the kid slides. Cole looks so sweet. I literally laughed at the licked storm door. Way to go on cleaning out the fridge. Heehee

  9. Love your loves! And don’t the hyacinths smell lovely!!!

  10. I’d say you aunties are magic, because you can put Cole to sleep! 😁 My MIL was always like that with our babies, too! Isn’t this a great time of year when things are starting to bloom and the grass is nice and green? I love it, too. I bet your hyacinths will get prettier and prettier!

  11. Rochelle Summers says:

    What a joyful weekful of pictures. All the littles in there having fun. And such beautiful flowers. Spring is springing out! Enjoy.

  12. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, Your post was filled with love today! Family, Kiddos and flowers what a great combination. We had a couple of very nice days in the 90’s actually, weeds were pulled in several of the flower beds and I was already to go out and start planting some new seeds and bulbs. The next morning and up until now, it has been raining and cold once again. LOL. I will not complain about the rain, we need every drop. I am so glad that I found your blog and get to read all about whatever it is you decide to share! You are a fabulous person, Roseanne! Have a great day!!!

  13. Sandra says:

    Okay I know it’s because I did 50 hours of intensive yoga course last week but being a yoga teacher I tend to notice these things: look at how the kids are sitting there, all yoga poses!! and we as adults need to be doing them as well to save our hips and knees. Can never go wrong with hyacinths 🙂

  14. Sally says:

    Hyacinths are pretty! Yay for some sun and temperate weather.

  15. Gretchen says:

    Spring, it’s lovely, finally warmed up and I planted bedding plants yesterday. Yes, children love markers but be especially careful with the red one. It takes 7 coats of paint to cover that up, guess how I know!

  16. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Hi Roseanne – so much to be thankful for! Those kiddos are getting so big I almost didn’t recognize Addison! And I LOVE your bottle opener! I seem to remember having one of those in our house back in the day. And can I just say I am grateful for the continuation of the seasons. The flowers and robins remind me that everything will be all right! Have a wonderful weekend hopefully with a few lick marks on the screen door!

  17. karenfae says:

    my hyacinths are a memory I think they bloomed 6 weeks ago, they are so pretty. You and Sue have some delightful children visit!

  18. Thanks for my Thursday dose of your family photos and musings…

  19. Yay on the hyacinths – any flowers are welcome right now, right?! We are having rain today, so our flowers should start going gangbusters soon, I hope. Kiddos are cute as always!

  20. Spring! I love the smells and I think today will be the first sign of many gorgeous days to come. I did see 80’s on the forecast, but I can’t believe it. Addison’s hair is getting long! They are adorable and have such a great time with you!

  21. Colette says:

    I only had a couple of sad hyacinths a few years ago. I think the cluckers destroyed them. I had a couple of nice days, got a little yard work done after work. My day off, it is either cold, or raining. Yum adult beverages! Glad you had a slobber free storm door. Cute onesie on Colt, he is getting big so fast. Addison and Dominick are adorable as usual, love Addison’s outfit. Very cute. Great likes.

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