Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Monday, June 10, 2013

Make Me Smile Mondays

You won't BELIEVE 
THE HORROR
I discovered in my bathroom.
TWO FLOATING HEADS!
AND
They can separate at will....
LOOK, Nana, LOOK.
Big Boy E has a body attached to his head!
OR DOES HE?????


ps.  Thank you all so much for the
sweet messages you left yesterday.
I don't even know what else to say except
you have filled my heart.

your photo name

35 comments:

  1. ohh! a bubble bath! what a splendid idea! I think I'll take one tonight! lol
    happy monday!
    xoxo

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  2. oh! and of course, how cute those floating heads are!
    heehee!

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  3. How cute! Looks like they are having a blast, what fun!!

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  4. Kids and bubbles ... what fun! I am sorry again about your brother but doesn't God speak to us?

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  5. Diana, I have photos of bubble bath kids in my bathroom. I think there is nothing sweeter. Your two bubble babies are so cute. They'll be grossed out when you show those photos as they get older. LOL But in the mean time let's enjoy them.xoxo, Susie

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  6. Kids do love bubbles! This is precious! They do look like two floating heads! You really know how to fix a great bubble bath!

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  7. I love a bubble bath myself!

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  8. Those are the cutest heads floating in a bathtub that I've ever seen.

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  9. Good Morning Diana, Oh!how they love their bubble baths. It makes me think about when the kids were little. Especially my daughter, who love the bubble baths. So adorable and they keep us young. I still have all of my brothers and sisters, but I think about you quite often in that respect. God has his way of showing us he is there. Have a wonderful day I am headed out the door. Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend.

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  10. Dear Friend,
    I know your heart is filled with much love! I know it is so hard when we lose a loved one. But I also believe in sweet signs from our Father to comfort us.
    Tiny bubbles can wash all our cares away! Blessings Always,
    Roxy

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  11. Oh boy, that's just too much fun! :)

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  12. I love that wild eyed smile on Sweet Cheeks- LOL! And Bubble Boy will be mortified when he's older! My 23 yr. old just saw pics of him and his cousin in a bubble bath and shrieked!
    Good times. :) I can't wait for grandkids!

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  13. I still love bubble baths - your pictures show such joy.

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  14. Oh how funny! I used to love bubble baths as a kid.

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  15. Cute! My daughter would spend hours...seriously in the tub.She thought it was a pool LOL!
    xx
    Anne

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  16. Nothing like the call of kids saying. Nanny or Mommy can we have bubbles and lots of.


    Great it makes a bath more fun.

    Thanks for the show and tell this day.

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  17. What fun! My kids loved taking bubble baths, they had a ball!!!

    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  18. So cute! I hope they both have the great imagination that their Nana Diana has!

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  19. Aren't those the cutest floating heads? I remember when I could get 3 little ones in my tub...now it would be tough because they aren't so little anymore. :)
    Enjoy those kiddos!

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  20. That just makes me giggle.........

    xoxox

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  21. Diana,
    I have to catch up with all your posts. This one is so adorable. I loved the piece on the news about the girls and the cookie sales. My mouth was watering for those cookies!!! Yum.
    Kris

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  22. Hi Diana! I can always count on you to bring a smile to my face!!What a blessings to have little ones around when you are feeling blue. Jane

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  23. A couple of cutie patooties for sure. I have been traveling so missed your post yesterday. Hearts and ((((HUGS))))) for you.

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  24. Thanks for the smile. These two are definitely a couple of cuties :)

    Hugs to you!

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  25. What is it about seeing bubble baths that just takes you right back to being a giggly child. They are so cute. xo Laura

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  26. But they're such cute floating heads..That's one way to keep track of them if they're only heads..

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  27. Cute, cute, cute! It looks like they are "two of a kind!" xo Nellie

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  28. I remember those days with my grandsons well. Often the bubbles overflowed into the floor.
    Those are having a ball...bubble!
    xoGinger

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  29. They sure know where to go for fun, Diana.
    So cute!

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  30. So cute! I can see there is lots of fun at Nana's house! xo

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  31. Hi Diana, beautiful birdies, do u get them every yr? I can remember u posting some before, they're adorable. Hope they stay safe! My computer has been driving me nuts over the past four or five days - I ended up uninstalling inet explorer it got so bad, and I haven't been visiting blogs. But I am still so very sad for your loss of your brother. It will b Sam's bday next week actually.. Funny that u mention hearts... We had a few strange heart shaped things appear also after he passed away. I still hav a heart shaped pebble Sam and I found, and a large garden 'ornament' I had thought a few times of having his named etched onto it, we don't hav a graveyard or anything. Thoughts are with you my special friend xxxx

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  32. Kids have all the fun! I love bubble baths with a ridiculous amount of bubbles! I'm never buying a house again that doesn't have a tub in the master bathroom! Hugs, Leena

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  33. I love this post! You are hilarious, floating heads that separate at will, roflol.

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