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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Beautiful Blues and Such

It was hard to find the perfect share for Sandee and everyone at Aw...Mondays. This one is hilarious! We all know cats rule so this is tough on poor kitty.
This is funny, come on now, you laughed!
I think this feline would like a refund! Don't you just love those ears?
I took this quick shot with my iphone this morning as we walked our two miles at Margaret Carpenter Open Spaces. I like the way the sun is shimmering over that tree,then the shadow sits stately in front of it all. Blue skies are always good days. Tell Jeanne and the Blue Crew team that you saw some blue skies here and lots more!
Pink clouds look like sugary sweet cotton candy in the fading blue skies. I was taking some photos as the hubby drove us home from the store tonight. We waited until the Bronco game was over! Grateful to say they won! even if Andrew Luck and the Colts wore blue!
Love is...makes me smile and always has an appropriate message. I've been disgusted with the political arena the NFL has turned into. Instead of enjoying some football we now have to listen to everyone who  has a political opinion.  They need to act like winners instead of whiners.
My sister Pat was a tiny baby here. The pretty girl holding her is my mom's baby sister, Auntie Jo. I love having all these priceless black and white photos.
Auntie Ang on her wedding day, November 27, 1946 with her sister Anna. Auntie Ang was a real woman ahead of the times she lived in. She never conformed to what everyone else was doing. I loved her dearly and she was a hero to me for all the suffering she went through dealing with breast cancer. She was strong willed and gave me her ideals too. Always a blessing for me to share my loves here and my heritage. Those BoJon people had heart, they worked hard and set good examples for the younger generation. They believed in faith and phamily.
Three of my dad's sisters, Anna Kocman (Skender), Millie Kocman (Cosimano) and Stephanie Kocman (Samples). I just love my phamily. Glad I have so many photo shares. I am always grateful to receive more and share them here. Thanks for being here.
Until next time....sweet dreams!

6 comments:

Sandee said...

Awww on the kitty and the quote. That's spot on.

I love your family posts. I started to do this but never got into it. So much work.

Have a blessed day my friend. ♥♥♥

Sonya Badgley said...

Hello Anne, I just love your post! Especially the first photo of the poor kitty being loved to death! I have a cat, Buddie, that looks quite similar but a LOT bigger. Your black and white photos of your family members are such a treasure. I have very few, unfortunately, but the ones I have I am thankful for. Have a wonderful day. ~Sonya

Jeanne said...

Hello Anne, What a cute post today. The kitty looks like it's life is in danger. HA!

Your photo with the sun rays is awesome. Yep, blue sky works for me. Also your black and white family photos are priceless. Your family love is very special and I love that about your family.

Less whining is good advice. We have a family thing we say. NWA No Whining Allowed. It works pretty well. Glad your team won so did the Gators. They are college football, not NFL but we are more in to college games than professional. Maybe because six of our grands are in college right now.

Have a wonderful week dear Anne.
xo, Jeanne

Theresa said...

SUCH cute pictures and I LOVE the pic of the tree and shadows:) Enjoy your day dear friend, HUGS!

Mildred said...

Hello friend! Of course, you know I love these cute kitty cats! You have a lovely place to walk. Thank you for sharing your black and white pictures; what treasures they are. Your blog is a terrific way to identify your loved ones for others to enjoy. May the Lord bless your day. xo

Betty said...

Did I ever tell you that I'm the crazy neighborhood cat lady here? I don't even admit to how many I have.

I always enjoy your family photos. I'm still working on some of mine. I have this thing where I don't want people forgotten...even the ones I never really knew. I'm framing some of the old photos and hanging them where I'll see them often. Also trying to get back into genealogy again.