Monday, March 22, 2010

Quietly, without fanfare the signs of Spring are everywhere. It just amazes me that the tiny shoots of growth know that it is Spring and that it is time for them to break through the soil. Doesn't it amaze you?

Baseball and Springtime go together, right? What fun they had...the older guys teaching the younger ones. I was impressed with the patience, care and enthusiasm that was exibited in this outdoor game. Surely these little ones have some new heros in their lives.

The first Spring of the twin's lives. These little guys were given endless attention.

Their mothers trained them well. After dinner, they did the dishes...without being asked. What a gift that was for me. Thanks guys!

A special visit to the retirement home to see their Grandma. Her recent heart surgery has left her feeling weak and tired, but her warm smile and spunky attitude blessed us all.

Fresh strawberry shortcake was a big hit, even with this little guy and his huge bowl.

Thanks for the privilege of sharing just a few of our last week's memories.

I enjoy hearing about your happenings in blogland, so keep sharing.


Rach said...

Lots of good things to look forward to!

lindsey said...

Lovely photo's as always Judy, Yes Spring is amazing, I just love everything about it and look forward to those warm country walks. You have a beautiful family and I love the picture of the twins in their cute little suits.

Tracy said...

Oh my friend, you were missed! Welcome back! I thought of you often last week and just knew you were having such a wonderful time with your family. = )

Loved seeing a few glimpses of your week. Have a wonderful evening!

Country Dreaming said...

God ways to start a new season!
Especially the strawberry dessert.
Kids are sooooo cute and the babies are growing!
Have fun.


Cottage Cozy said...

Thanks, Judy...cute post!

I am having a "Blue Monday" giveaway~stop by to see~

Thanks...Have a terrific week!


Happy@Home said...

I must say it was my privilege to be invited into your home to share moments with your family. I love how this post included family members from the very young to the elderly and everyone in between. So touching. I don't think it gets any better than those little twins in their sleepers. How sweet they are.
So much inspiration you offer us today. In fact, I feel very inspired to make some strawberry shortcake this week. :-)

Shelley said...

You captured some lovely family moments Judy! And that's a great bunch of guys to do the dishes! (Can they come over to my house and train my stepson and his cousins? lol!)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

It looks like you had a very wonderful week filled with the good times of sharing with family, Judy. It's the very best way to spend time!

Happy Spring! It's such a lovely time of the year once everything begins to bloom again. :-)

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful post Judy! Such great memories all of you are creating. Your grandchildren are all so adorable. I am so happy to signs of spring.

Judy ~ My Front Porch said... family times...guys who look afterward the's all good!

Thoughts on Life and Millinery. said...

I'm enjoying blogland springtime too-lots of gardens to visit and I'm never on the look out for weeds!
I know in Texas babies are being posed in fields of bluebonnets, and here in SLC the toddlers are set down between daffodil clumps. Such fun times!

Brenda Leyland said...

Hi Judy, Haven't been for a visit in a little while.... it was lovely to catch up. Lovely photo of spring arriving. I'm always amazed at how quickly it springs forth. But of course those early bulbs are keen on sticking their noses out, and we surely don't mind, do we!


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