Friday, December 3, 2010

Friday Hometown Shootout -- Thankful

I am thankful for:

Nana, Conner and Noah


Son, Brian and daughter-in-law Melody


Laundry baskets


The fact that we are all now living together
even if things are a little cramped

My daughter, Jean


Barclay's dedication to making the world a better place


The fact that Bagman has made me crazy my entire life.



12 comments:

  1. I think I see what you mean about being thankful for things that might have pulled you off course...i.e. that last picture.

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  2. Yes, be thankful to all that make us a whole.

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  3. What a wonderful life. Lots to be thankful for. I think your wife is very pretty and I just adore that laundry basket photo.

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  4. Wonderful things to be thankful for, but don't forget Butler, who keeps you from falling on your head.

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  5. Well no wonder you are thankful, you are still living despite B&B and also with a beautiful family, how can you not be grateful.
    QMM

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  6. You call that cramped? Why, there is all that space next to the chest of drawers to the right!

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  7. Much to be thankful for, for sure! The togetherness of family is something that can't be replaced or traded. Love the monkey shot!
    (And I think there is still room for a spider in that garage!)

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  8. Family is always first in our life, so I choose the second best thing to be thankful for my entry this week.

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  9. OK, time is really flying by - I remember the time befor you grandkids joined the family! they are adorable!

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  10. family is all there is when you think about it. great FMTSO Mark!!

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  11. The trouble with counting your blessings (I always find) is that there's no pace to stop. It becomes a job for life! Good to do it, though.

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