May 212013
XmasDolly's Wordless Wednesday!

Hello Mr. Sunshine!

Happy Wordless Wednesday is a great day to post a picture that “speaks” for itself, no words needed! I blog-hop all day long looking at great pics & blogs, finding new friends! How about you? I sign up at my buddies below & then from then on WHO KNOWS!


Unlike a tree, I am not quite so tall. But I am still growing, and will not stay this small. So here is my handprint, and thumbprints in hearts, so you can remember me whenever we’re apart! Love you NaNee, Edward 2013

Grandson Edward Philip

Isn’t he just a big cutie???

My grandson who’s going to be six years old this month!

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Mom Spotted with linky


Grammy Mouse Tails  – go and visit her.  She ALWAYS has such cool stuff!

Stacy Uncorked with linky CUZ SHE’S MY BUD!


Life as we know it by Paula

Still on vacation in Sandusky, Ohio at Cedar Point!  Be back on Friday to share pics!  WOO HOO!
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  11 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday – Linky”


    What a darling smile he has!


    Your grandson is just adorable!! 6 years old, what a big boy. 🙂


    That is just beautiful… as is Edward.
    I have similar things that my boys made me at the same age, I pull them out every now and then and they still make me cry.
    Such precious memories are the things that love and family are made of. <3


    Pssst he’s 6 yrs old NEXT WEEK!!!! Love you Me


    He is a big cutie, and 6 is a big deal. 🙂


    That little tree poem brought tears to my eyes! What a sweet handmade gift to receive (if I were you I would have bawled like a wee little baby LOL) 🙂

    What a handsome young man!


      Thank you so much my CD. Yes, your CN made that & said, “Send it to my NaNee, Mama. So, the rest is history! Oh yes, the things these teachers come up with sure pulls the heart strings sometimes. I still have an ornament my youngest daughter made in kindergarten the shape of a Christmas Tree made of clear plastic, and her picture is in it! I’ll never give that up or lose it. I have an ashtray my son made, and a clock my daughter made, and a square glass my daughter made with a Cardinal carved in it, and says I love you (Tricia did that one), and My oldest son made a slice of a log, and varnished it with his name on it and a have a Mom thingy from the Marines when he was in boot with his pic on it. Ahhhhhh Treasures of a Mom, and NaNee…

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