Big Blue is Back


All three! HOME! My favorite kind of weekend. PLUS!!! My 1990 F150 redneck special is home, too–and it’s staying! (Ross borrowed my truck while he sold his truck and got a new one.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 24, 2013  

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  1. 3-24

    :wave: Hope you have a great weekend with all three of your kids. You deserve the time you have with them. Also, enjoy your truck now that it, too, is back home. Don’t worry if you can’t post for the next few days. We can all wait patiently for you to continue posting.

  2. 3-24

    So glad you get a weekend with them all home! Isnt that the best weekend! :fairy: Oh, and hey great you got the truck back, enjoy all the way around. And as for posting, hey, we all have lives, at least we should;so we will be patient :shimmy: :shimmy:

  3. 3-24

    From what I can see, that 1990 truck is in excellent condition. It looks black in the pic, but so does my “Baltic Blue” Sorento, I call it blue on black! You’ll need to get back in the swing of driving it again…have fun!

    I’m so glad you have all of your kids home with you, and also glad that you are HAPPY! :snoopy:

  4. 3-24

    Good to see the kids all together. Morgan is almost as tall as the boys now!
    And good to see your truck back too of course. Congratulations to Ross on his new one.
    Is Weston on spring break now? The college kids here just came back from theirs. My grandson is in his 3rd year now, doesn’t seem possible. They grow up too fast don’t they.
    And, I think that little baby goat in the living room is just adorable!

  5. 3-24

    Happy for you, treasure the moments.

  6. 3-24

    p.s. I want a baby goat in my house. :D

  7. 3-24

    You’ve got the best looking kids!
    Happy for you that your family is all together for a time. That makes every Mom happy! Have a great time with them.

  8. 3-25

    May I comment that all three are smiling and no horseplay for camera? Hoorayt for you and yours.

  9. 3-25

    Alas, when the kids get older and start their own families/lives it gets harder and harder for them to all make it home at the same time. Have a marvelous time with them and cherish this special mom time. My advice (unasked): Stuff them full of good food, get them to help with stuff around the home, give them time to reconnect with old friends and you enjoy the heck out of this special time.

  10. 3-25

    What wonderful, good-looking kids you have! Everyone else already said what I’m thinking, so just enjoy the kids….and Big Blue!

    Nancy in Iowa

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