I Love Thursday #94

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  1. dezertsuz says:

    It’s impossible to believe that baby is already standing and playing at the table with her brother! I didn’t know about the bridge across the two tectonic plates, so thanks for the education. Those quilts for the Rez are fabulous, what a great project for those children to be giving. Wonderful Thursday!

  2. Connie says:

    Had me laughing with the winter hat and jammies! Those two are so lovable! Thanks for the weekly fix!!

  3. Angie says:

    Isn’t it funny what kids get attached to from a clothing perspective? I have a great niece that won’t leave the house without her cowgirl boots, regardless of what else she might be wearing! Love those storm photos – I would like a little rain here as long as the lightning didn’t ignite any forest fires. Joining you from I Like Thursday. Have a great weekend!

  4. Jeanne says:

    Wow, awesome storm clouds! That hat is too cute 🙂

  5. Sally says:

    I remember the crazy storms in MN. It’s generally tamer in MA. I love the rumble of thunder. Those kids’ quilts are great! It’s good to have good sleeping weather – artificial or not. Whew!

  6. Dark skies on a sunny day are so intense. Great photos. What a great quilting project…win,win for all involved. Such a cute winter hat wearing guy and a little sister who is going to learn so much from him, possibly even the fun of wearing winter ware all year round.

  7. Oh my goodness Roseanne! You hit the target with these summer likes👍🏻. I especially loved little Dominic ready to swim with his winter hat! Grand children are just the BEST:). Enjoy the storms. They look so pretty. It’s a great day to be thankful!!❤️❤️

  8. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    I love when kids are encouraged to create but add to that the charity aspect and my heart melts! Kindness is best taught by example and what a valuable lesson those kids got this summer – creating and kindness! And can I tell you that I just adore Dominic and his determination? I’ve said this to you before but I will say it again…I would give the world to know what he was thinking! Happy almost weekend!

  9. Rochelle Summers says:

    Thanks for alll the great photos and the story about the quilts for the reservation. Great lessons on giving and sharing. Those babies are sooooo cuuuute!! Glad you have the A/C back on. The things we take for granted (me included).

  10. chrisknits says:

    Aw, what cuties, but that hat/jammies photo is cracking me up!!! Glad you got A/C back! But right now we don’t even really need it, the weather is so pleasant and not our usual 100% humidity!!

  11. mary says:

    Oh my-that hat is perfect for Dominic. Iceland???-cool! (haha). Those storm photos are stunning. I’ve tried taking cloud photos and did not succeed. Jonathan’s quilt is gorgeous! He has a creative future ahead of him. I Loved this post. Enjoy your day. mary

  12. Iceland seems to be the destination spot lately. So many quilters I know have been there or are going there. Maybe you’ll be on that list someday 🙂 That road sign looks like the way I quilt projects. Never a straight distance from one project to the next; lots of curves inbetween.

  13. I think Iceland would be a fascinating place to visit! I’ve been reading Katy’s posts, too. Your stormy sky photos are wonderful – would love to see some of that here. And as always, I love your sharing about the kiddos. A boy and his hat should not be separated, lol! Roseanne, I found a tutorial for the bookcase blocks. I actually made a couple a few years ago, but never went any farther with them, and should!

    https://shop.mybluprint.com/quilting/article/make-a-library-books-quilt-block/

  14. lapaylor says:

    yea for AC! And those are some dynamic pics of clouds. I can’t say I like watching storms, but snow is pretty. The kids are precious as always, as is your connection with them. I wonder how it shapes a person to be loved and protected so much… gotta give a great start to their lives. LeeAnna

  15. I love ‘weather’ and those skies – wow. BTW: the curves-ahead sign is a common one on lesser known roads in the Rocky Mountains…love the sense of impending adventure ahead with those, too.
    Happy Return to the A/C.
    Sounds like all is well in Wisconsin!
    😀

  16. Happy Thursday! Glad your AC is fixed !! my youngest son is leaving for Iceland in a couple of months – I didn’t realize how beautiful that country is. As always the kids bring a big smile to my face on Thursday mornings!

  17. nanamickie says:

    OH what wonderful likes! The children are getting SO BIG!! Yowsa! I love the quilts that the kids made! Most of all, I’m grateful you have a/c again. It’s just too hot to be without it in August. Sleep well in a/c! Hugs!

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