Monday, November 24, 2008

Some Pics to share

I just wanted to share some pics of some of my favorite spots in the house. It being so close to Thanksgiving I thought I would share some of the things that I am thankful for, my house is far from perfect and it could still use alot of home improvements but I am very thankful we even have a home to call our own. The pic to the left is what I look at when I am taking a bath. The two little ducks I used to play with down at my grandmothers house when I was little ,so this helps me to remember all the wonderful times I shared with my grandparents as I was growing up. We had so many fun times riding bikes, swimming, water skiing, watching Lawrence Welk on the weekends. I spent alot of my free time in the summers with my grandparents.

The pic in the middle is a basket full of fun remembrance's the bear was given to me by my husbands grandmother before she pasted, the small pink elephant was my great granny's she played with this we she was in her last years as she went back to her childhood, the blanket was my grandmothers as was the silver dish. The cute little pink hair brush set and toy clown was given to be by my kids they know I love old things.

The pic to the left is of a pic of a little girl who I think is the little Charmin toilet paper girl . I have always love snow pics and this little girl fits right in with the snow pics. Isn't she just adorable. So here are a few things I am thankful for as you can see. But as I am sure I have told you before I am first and foremost thankful to Jesus Christ my savior who loves me and always forgives even though I don't always deserve it. I am thankful for my wonderful family that he has blessed me with, the home and all my belongings that he has let me borrow until my time to go home to be with him. I am also thankful that God has let each of our paths cross, you all have come to be so dear to me. I'm sure I could go on and on but I wont keep you anymore than I have ,thanks for coming by to visit. Blessings, Karen


mysteryhistorymom said...

You also have become a dear friend to me.:) Thank you for sharing some pictures of your sweet home. It's so fun to see some of the treasures you see every day! The little girl is precious... Lori

Sue@CountryPleasures said...

Hi Karen, so glad to meet you! Are you a MJ farmgirl too? I enjoyed your photos of your treasures and always enjoy posts on thankful things! Thanks for stopping by my blog! Happy Thanksgiving!

Cora from Hidden Riches said...

So glad I found you today! Your post was so heart warming, and I loved the pictures of your treasures! The greatest things are those that have memories attched to them, and yours sure do, don't they! Hope you have a great Thanksgiving day!


Colleen said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you, too!

I see that the Pickled Pepper Patch no longer has the cinnamon bun tutorial posted. I have a hard copy of the directions that I'd be happy to email you. Just email me at and I'll get them to you. Sound good?

Linda said...

Thanks so much for stopping by! Many blessings to you and yours this Thanksgiving!

PineyWoodsPrims~Dena said...

Hi Karen!
Thanks for stopping by my site and also the Free giveaway at Clprim.
Wishing you and your sweet family a Happy Thanksgiving. I love the new look to your blog too. So darling. Your such a sweet and caring friend. I am thankful God let us cross paths. Bless you Karen!



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