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Monday, March 12, 2018

Aw...Mondays with Blue Mondays and such.

Cats do the craziest things!
This bunch is going to burst that box open! Maybe Sandee will enjoy this madcap bunch of feline funny fur balls!
Visit Blue Monday for a bit of blue.
I can not get enough of this tiny grandboy. Look at that face! He likes to sleep during the day and keep his tired parents awake at night. He has a little smile saying, Ah-ha, I am small but mighty! I have your number and you will do as I say!
I could spend all night kissing baby feet! I even kiss Harrison's feet! He is quite tickleish and loves it.
Getting so tall! Saturday he got to watch his cousin Devin play soccer. His momma said "would you like a baby brother", he replied, "a bicycle". She said" how about a baby sister?" He was exasperated and walked away shrugging his shoulders! He wore me out yesterday. We ran and played with Leo in the yard. Did I ever mention Leo doesn't like sharing? He won't let us throw the frisbee for him!
Don't let the innocent face fool you?
Love is....always right on que. I am not into Hollywood or celebrity opinions but yesterday I left my phone at home and watched the movie "Lady Bird" with Noelle and Roger. It was quite good and just really is sort of like real life. Having attended Catholic school, I loved all the quips from the "cool" nun. She was older and very wise but it was cute, while chaperoning a dance, she walked up to a couple dancing and said, "Six inched, leave six inches between you for the Holy Spirit!" During my Catholic school days at SMCS in Pueblo, Sister Benita was a young and very beautiful Irish Catholic nun from Chicago. She would roll up her habit, and play baseball with us. Those nuns had a great impact on me. remembering November 22, 1963, the nuns were all crying when sharing the news of the assassination of president JFK. We even had a Hispanic nun, Sister Carla Barela, in high school, who taught music. She was associated with the Brown Beret, a local activist group who worked hard for the rights of the Hispanic people.
Should you be so fortunate to have your mother here with you today make sure you keep her close to your heart. Call her, visit her, tell her how much you love her. Then stop by Annie's and share something positive for  Spark's.
Have a beautiful and blessed day. Visit Josie Two Shoes and share what you are grateful for as well. We can make a difference here by being positive and steering clear of meanness and negativity. Let's all lift each other up.
Maxine I think you are being very silly. She is gearing up for a nice warm Spring day in the sunshine.


Sandee said...

This post is loaded with awww. So precious.

Love Maxine.

Have a fabulous Awww Monday, Anne. ♥♥♥

LV said...

Always enjoy seeing what is going on in your wold. Glad things are good.

Josie Two Shoes said...

You've shared so many good things here, leaving us with lots of smiles to begin the week with! Baby feet, and their innocent little faces are indeed precious... so are the faces of our furkids that can appear so innocent, but we know better! :-) Yes, we all have things we've been given to share and do while we walk the Earth, if we open our hearts we'll find the way! <3

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

Your grandkids are adorable. Wonderful sparks. I talk to my mom several times a day.:)

McGuffy's Reader said...

Wonderful start to the week, my friend! And, the Bible quote is a powerful one that I believe in and agree with. Thank you. I hope the week brings you joy!
​Sparks: 23​
Annie at ~McGuffy's Reader~

Angela said...

Your grandchildren are adorable. It's always so fun to have a new baby in the family!

Edna B said...

I have to agree, your grandchildren are just adorable. That new baby is so precious! I love Leo's photo too. Pogo likes to have things his way too once in a while.

You have an awesome day, hugs, Edna B.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Thanks for linking to Blue Monday!

Lisa said...

You combined all my favorite things....fur babies, grand babies, genealogy, wine and fantastically inspirational quotes! I hope you're enjoying all of them this week.