Sunday, August 9, 2015

8 Pictures that Make Me Happy

Sue at Graceful Greyhounds was kind enough to nominate me to show you 8 photos that bring me happiness.

 These are not in order of importance.  :-)

This is Gracie Loo Who - my children's replacement.  Her unconditional love is amazing.


This is my family (my oldest daughter and her boyfriend and Todd) and they make me happy.  Most of the time.  Brittni comes first because she's the oldest daughter.

This is my youngest daughter with Me and her Dad, Todd.  We were at Actor's Theatre to see a Christmas Carole.  That play starts our holiday season.

 Technically - this is Todd's (my husband) dog, but she's really ours.  Pumpkin.  Need I say more?

Another furry family member - Sebastian.  He is such a sweet kitty.  He likes to help me craft.

Some of the people I work with who all pulled together to support a great charity - Best Buddies.  It makes me smile that I work with people who are so generous.  (and there is Gracie again)

My BFF:


These are my parents and Todd's parents and Emily.  The furry white family member is Mom and Dad's dog Pheobe.  These people make me happy.  (and there's Gracie again - do you see a theme)

This was so much fun!  Thank you so much Sue for nominating me.  And thank you Aerial at Ariel's Little Corner of the Internet for starting this wonderful post.

And now for my nominees (no obligation):

Julia at The Stamping Ground
Jenny Ford at SBN Memories
Diane at The Craft Inn Blog
Lisa at A Mermaids Craft
CrafDee Dee at her blog Crafty Dee
Diane (my BFF) at Scrap Happy Diane

What you do is pick 8 pictures that make you happy and put them in a blog post.  Link back to my post.  And also link to Aerial's Blog where this all began.  :-)

Thank you for stopping by the blog today.  Tune in tomorrow for a new blog theme.

Have a great day and be inspired.

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