The Week that Was

 

1.  Beds are warm but winter mornings are beautiful

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA2.  The eastern sky

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA3.  Under my feet

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA4.  She’s starting to inch, wiggle, and roll.  The road to mobility has begun

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA4. Mr. G builds Legos; he builds lots of Legos.  He never, ever un-builds them.  One day Momma suggested (somewhat forcefully) that a few could be torn apart to build new things… huge tears pooled in his huge eyes… Momma doesn’t make suggestions like that anymore.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA5. It’s been cold

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA6.  Not too cold for jumping on the trampoline

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA7.  Trampoline hair

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA8. Gift for a friend

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9. Baby girl you have no idea how blessed you are

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA10. Winter arrangement

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA11.  A new family member.  His name is Joey.  The kiddos adore him.  Mom thinks he’s okay.  Joey likes mom a lot.

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My thought for the week:  I married a wonderful man.  He makes the world right again.  When I’m empty and spent he’s my reserve.  He puts a little splash of vanilla in my coffee because he knows I like it that way.  He tells me I’m beautiful.

11 thoughts on “The Week that Was

  1. Elizabeth

    He’s right! You are beautiful!

    I know all about Legos not be pulled apart. It’s something you just don’t do! ;)
    LOVE the flag on the banner…so pretty.
    Cute new puppy.
    Cute little ones.

    Happy Thursday to you.

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  2. Thelma

    no way! you guys got a doggie too?! looks alot like our doggie! (our doggie that is going to a new home next week, that is:-) ) sigh. kids love doggie. Mommy? not so much:-)

    Also, you have a lucky friend:-)

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  3. Clarita

    How do you do it, continually bringing such beauty and love from your home to ours? You are real and honest and inspiring and beautiful all at once. I’m so lucky to know you. xo

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  4. Christy

    I always breath a happy little sigh when I get to the end of your posts. There’s a gentle restfulness here. LoVe the last paragraph.

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