Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Cactus and Cuties


I'm home again!
Here are cactus just for you.



Here are two cuties I love very, very , very much.
Thank you, God, for my mama and my papa.
Thank you for my humble home and my good husband.
For family.
Amen.

14 comments:

April said...

Your mom and dad look so happy. They have a very nice yard and I like your mom's plates. It looks like a very relaxing environment. Glad you're home!

Kelli said...

They're so sweet -- with their matching polo style shirts and their crowns of silver.
And would you just look at that sun and grass? Summer's a comin'. :)
Glad you're home safely, Granser. <3

Angela said...

How lovely that you could spend time with your precious parents. It looks like you had some wonderful moments together. Blessings !

Elizabethd said...

Lovely to see you this morning!

Lynn said...

Welcome home. I missed you :)
Enjoy the rest of Spring break.
L.x.

wayside wanderer said...

Amen! Welcome home. I hope you are rested up and feeling rejuvenated.

libbyquilter said...

family hugs and lots of sunshine ~ what a great way to spend spring break~!!~

:-)
libbyQ

Betty said...

your parents look lovely and cuddly and I would just love to have been joining that breakfast table. Betty x

Left-Handed Housewife said...

Amen! Your parents look so lovely. There is a good feeling that just comes out of the picture.

Missed you while you were gone, but I'm glad you had a chance to see your folks.

xofrances

The dB family said...

What a good looking couple! I'm glad you had a great week!

Did I tell you how much I adore your header? That little Raggedy had the most adorable face I have ever seen!

Blessings!
Deborah

magsmcc said...

Amen indeed- oh look at that sunshine- it is hot!

Michela said...

How sweet your mamma and papĂ !
I have your same feelings when I look at my dear grandparents!
xxx

Gumbo Lily said...

Welcome home!
Your parents look like joyful people and I know they've passed it on to you.

Jody

Kerri said...

Your parents look so adorable!

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