I Love Thursday #152 Blessings Galore
This is the 152nd post of things we love for the week. We post these loves each Thursday along with LeeAnna on her blog at Not Afraid of Color. Several additional friends also share on a weekly basis – be sure to check them out. You will surely find something to inspire you.
Sunflowers! A local farmer planted over 2-million sunflowers in their 22-acres usually reserved for strawberries. Why did they plant so many sunflowers? Just to cheer everyone up! With the virus, riots, and other assorted issues, the owners of the farm thought that everyone could use a smile and who cannot smile at a field of sunflowers?!
Another giggle about schools being open with in-person teaching that I found on Facebook. There isn’t an easy answer about school and this virus.
Baby Colt just turned six-month-old at the end of last week! How did that happen already? He can still be worn out and found napping after spending some time with his cousins, and here is the proof. ♥ ♥
I have to share a few details about Dominic’s first day of pre-school! Not one tear was shed by that boy – he jumped out with the teacher and said, Bye-bye to his mom and sister. After school was over, mom got a picture of him with his Buzz and Woodie backpack. He’s growing up too fast! While D was in school, Addison found some time to enjoy a book or three. ♥
Dominic spent some time with Auntie Sue playing and stringing beads. He’s getting pretty good putting them on a pipe cleaner. Here’s a little proof-positive that Addison does give Colt a kiss now and then. She may have been hoping he was leaving . . . but it’s a kiss nevertheless. Dominic got some new Woodie boots . . . but Addison was DYING to wear them. It’s quite a look with her Frozen jammies, don’t you think?! ♥ ♥ ♥
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