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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Love is..../Snowy Days/Travel

Love is... My honey is working, working hard. His office had a huge remodel project and they are moving offices this week. I won't see him until Monday except for a few hours tonight when we will have our Applebee fest with Nick because Nick loves Applebee's and we have to take him there. Nick return to Kansas and college life on Sunday, please pray. I think the bad weather is moving back east (sorry!) but I worry about those kids on these roads. Jeremy left this morning for Indy. Please pray, he returns  tomorrow.

Looking out my front door. The snow is very icy but my hubby made it safely to work. Hannah is very close and I wish she would let me know she arrived safely. She is working at the center close to our house for another month.
My little Hannah in the middle of Ed (my nephew) and oldest daughter Noelle. Ed is visiting us from Kentucky. He heard it is 63 and rainy at home. LOL!

These two friends, our middle Rebekah and her friend Zach took me to breakfast on my birthday December 3rd to Snooze at Colorado Blvd. and 7th Avenue in Denver. Say a prayer because they are headed to Cooper Mountain for some skiing today.

My sister Mary in her Betty Boop kitchen with Ed. We visited her on Monday in Pueblo. Always a treat to see  my sissy.
Here we are at the Mill Stop. It has the best Mexican food ever in my hometown! It is located within a few blocks of the CF&I steel corporation where my father worked for 47 years. My father-in-law was a guard there and dad was a head roller in the rail mill. That is my brother Bill to your left and his wfie Joyce, myself, Mary and Ed. It felt good to see the phamily.
Nick with cousin Ed. It is good to have phamily here. My sister Pat would be so proud. Ed is the spitting image of my late sister.
Avery and I with Ed. We have had a great time so far.
I wanted to share this with you. I love my phamily very much.

Has anyone else experienced problems with blogger? I know we all have that annoying comment moderator pop up but I have been losing followers. I suppose everyone has the right to leave but I was just curious.

Enjoy your day.





7 comments:

Sue McPeak said...

How nice to spend time with your family. Looks like you guys did some traveling and eating at some great places. Your photos will be treasures in the years to come. We still have not had snow, but have had ice. Awful to drive on especially when we are not experienced cold weather drivers. January is usually the month it snows here if it is going to snow at all. We'll see. It's certainly be cold enough. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I love it when you do!
Sue at CollectInTexas Gal

Ann said...

We are having some light snow for the past few days. The temp however is really COLD--11 degrees when I picked up my granddaughter from school this afternoon. Family is the best of all and it looks like your family is really close. My Mom is living with us for a few months now mending from surgery. Take care.
Ann

Mevely317 said...

Sweet pictures, Anne! I especially like glimpsing what YOU see when you open your front door.

We had a little taste of COLD weather last week -- and now, I may have to rethink Winter being my favorite season. (LOL) Not to worry, today when I got in my car at work the dash-thingie informed me it was 86-degrees. Geesh!

Carol Z said...

I lost one follower, but gained one, so I guess someone just wanted to move out of Buttercupland. Otherwise blogging mechanics are okay. Love your pictures and would like a stop at the Mill Stop. Big fan of Mexican food. Keep cozy!

Anni said...

Lovely photos of you and your family! It looks like you had some great holidays. I've been down with a flu, so I haven't been checking up on Blue Monday posts.

Edna B said...

You have a wonderful family. I loved seeing your photos. I had one brother, but now he is gone. It's wonderful that you have other siblings to enjoy.

As for the snow, you can keep it. Snow is pretty for a little while, then I want it gone. I'm counting the days till the warmer temps return. These old bones of mine do not like the cold.

Now I'm off to make myself a hot cup of cocoa. You have a super day, hugs, Edna B.

Gert said...

What an amazing time you must have had. We are so blessed to have family...even if we don't see them as often as we'd like to! My prayers are with your children as they travel near and far.

Blessings,
Gert

PS Let your followers know, they don't have to "prove their not a robot" just write their comment like always.