I hadn't seen the one with the VCR before - he is so cute looking - very serious :)
your little are so cute. took mine to a nature conservatory and we watched the bees for the longest time...
Yes life is all that,and more.
Loved this post, Deb! As I scrolled down, watching the pictures, I realized my inner self was hearing the music then of that song and it all became really neat and had a lilting melody and a cool beat!
Beautiful post. x
Wonderful telling ! Enjoy the goos life, Lovely Deb.
I love this post. Did you take that picture of the moon? It is amazing. You are so blessed to have the ability to acknowledge the beauty all around. Life is good indeed :)
Hi Deb,I've missed you. The little ones are adorable and I agree they are everything called love. My grandson is 18 months and he is into mischief if he is awake. He probably thinks the kitchen cabinet doors are called "no,no".
Aw... to the chicks and the grandchildren!Wow...... to the bees and the flowers!Maggie XNuts in May
I love it! Great Post!
Oh how sweet Olive looks .. and the Twinzelles are becoming little boys ... deep sigh ... xo
Indeed, it is. May we cherish it.
This is the best birds and bees story I've heard in a long time. Great photos. :)
What a wonderful post! Thanks for the smiles - and for the reminder.;-)
Oh yes it is! The children are just adorable! :)
Aww.. a lovely inspiring post!
What a fabulous post! Your photos are amazing!Congrats on your POTWHugsSueAnn
That was a very sweet, gentle sort of post :-) Thank you for sharing the pictures, and congrats on the post of the week mention over at Hilary's blog.
Back to say congrats on TPOW mention!
I am officially happy today! My mom used to sing me this song all the time :-)))) What a wonderful reminder.Your pictures are all so great and perfect for this song. Thanks for sharing and CONGRATULATIONS on your POTW mention from Hilary!Cheers,jj
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! Strange coincidence, only tonight, I've been discussing my plans to become a bee-keeper - I jest you not! Sooooooo pleased to make your acquaintance (smile)..
Love!Our New Boy is totally completely into bug watching!
Over from Hilary's (late). Congratulations on the potw.I've often wondered about keeping bees myself. City living and small children probably make it a bad idea but I've always liked bees.Unfortunately, I usually have wasps to deal with - a whole different story altogether.
Such a lovely post Deb, thank you for sharing all these tender moments.yes, life is beautiful.♥ lori
cute and smart..you lucky man!
This is just wonderful! Great song and perfect interpretation.
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