9.28.2010

The Happiness Project

Well shoot...I might as well join one more blogging party! This time I'm linking up over at Leigh vs. Laundry for her Happiness Project...head on over and check out how it started! So, for my first week, I'm chosing something that I'm sure will not astound many of you if you've been reading for any time at all...pumpkins! But more than that, a husband who knows me so well that he chose to stop on the way home and buy PUMPKINS rather than flowers. Trust me, it was a good choice! ;-) Even better? When he walked over and handed me $5. And what might this be for? He took me back to buy another pumpkin so I could pick out one I wanted! Peter and his pumpkin gifts are two things that make me happy this week. Happy and blessed. :-)



I'm also linking this up to Trendy Treehouse: Shutter Love Tuesday (since this week's theme is PUMPKINS!).


 

14 comments:

  1. I love the color of your pumpkins. Beautiful.

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  2. I love the color of those pumpkins. Sounds like you have an awesome husband.

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  3. Nice pumpkins. My girls and I picked a bunch of little pumpkins and gourds yesterday.

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  4. I never saw pumpkins like these before ! Fascinating !

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  5. Pumpkins! I love pumpkins!! What a smart hubby you have :) I would take pumpkins over flowers any day :)
    Happy Tuesday... I am your newest follower :)
    Kelly from kellylundkids.blogspot.com

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  6. I LOVE PUMPKINS!!!! Have one in my photo today. LOL Those are wonderful!

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  7. A husband that knows you soooo well. What a blessing!!

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  8. What a great guy! :) And pumpkins just scream fall.

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  9. Beautiful pumpkins! I love the color variety.

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  10. What a thoughtful guy. You should call him Peter the pumpkin giver.

    I just made that up.

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  11. Yay for pumpkins! Those are spectacular!

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  12. Those pumpkins are beautiful! I love how different they all are!

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