These are my rewards for…
For other Rewards, check here.
Well these sure made me stop and think in the midst of whining about the “endless winter!” We both could post some nice quilting progress over these past months!
I love the first photo of the kids skipping along together, just enjoying life in such a lovely setting!
While the forecast is for more snow, I had to dig deep and find some positive thoughts to keep me going and these did it. 🙂
These are WONDERFUL!
I love love love bleeding hearts. I’ve seen many flowers, but none as beautiful 💞
How does that plant sit under feet of snow and then produce that marvelous flower? I’m amazed every spring all over again when it blooms. 🙂
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They are the wonderful reeards
Those are some wonderful rewards! I sure hope spring gets there soon.
Clever idea, great photos! : )
Great response to the challenge. I agree completely with your idea of rewards!
Thanks for showing the glass pyramid. It brings back happy memories of a holiday.
Good memories for me too. 🙂
Snowless photos 🙂
You caught that right away, didn’t you? I can hope. 🙂
Love all 4 of your rewards… especially the rewards of getting older!
🙂 Well said and well illustrated!! So true.
Great pictures, but I would point out that playing in the dirt is its own reward.
Playing in the dirt and your nails broken and dirty is a truly wonderful thing. 🙂
What a great concept Judy. I love it!
Love your selections…rewards indeed.
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