Thursday, December 9, 2010

LOVE POTION NO. 9 (Not Wednesday or Wordless)

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Ya'll don't have to have a personal acquaintance with Madam Ruth, know anybody with a gold~capped tooth or have kissed a cop down on 34th and Vine to want a long tall drink of this sweet little potion. This picture was taken several months ago when Ian was tryin' to get a sip of his Grandpa's tea. Oh bestow my heart this one has me in a love trance. Poor little fella's lapper just isn't quite long enough! Heeehehehe!!!

This is one Ozark Farm Chick who has been wound tighter than the girdle of a preachers wife at an all you can eat pancake breakfast just tryin' to get-'er-done. Between the Ponderosa, shoppin', programs, fudge, decorating, gift~wrappin' and a Mother~In~Love who is havin' a heap of problems I can't decide if I've found my rope or lost my horse...little lone have the time I desire to write a readable post.

In 1959 then again in 1971 the d00~wop group, The Clovers, sang from 125th Street, Harlem, of a drink concocted to make you so smitten ya didn't have the brains of a stunted swamp chigger. "Love Potion No. 9" was the song. I become just that brain dead around my grandkiddos. I'm so completely lost in their love my heart almost bursts. This season when we are meeting ourselves comin' and goin' let us remember the reason for the season. Let us drink in the greatest love potion ever gifted to mankind and bask in the glorious love of Jesus. There is just no greater love ever experienced, not even... "Love Potion No. 9!!!

God bless ya'll and enjoy the "Love" of the season.

126 comments:

  1. Love is all there is....
    I love this post, Nezzy! You are such an example...thank you!
    A million hugs!!
    Merry Christmas my friend!
    Mona

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  2. This is the cutest pic I have seen in a while...he's just adorable...

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  3. Potions like that are enough to make your heart swoon for sure. My grandchildren like yours have stolen this heart of mine. It is a busy season but the little ones just love it and don't let the 'stuff' get in the way of what is important at all. I just cuddled my youngest grandson and put him down for his afternoon nap. Well he woke up from his morning nap and then hardly woke up for the afternoon bottle and went back to sleep again. Life is good.

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  4. I get knocked out by that same love potion around my grandkids! And what a way to go!!

    =D

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  5. Oh, Nezzy, this is about the cutest thing I've ever seen. Look at the determined look on that little face!
    Thanks for always being a pick me up just when I need one!
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  6. beyond cute! needs a straw i am thinking OR a love smitten granny to tip that cup. adorable with a capital A. and your writing seems fine to me.

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  7. That love potion is power stuff to this granny. I, too, need to remember to breathe and remember the reason for the season.

    Have a blessedly wonderful day Nezzie and stay warm out there!

    Deanna

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  8. I agree...and that baby is the sweetest thing ever! I love mine with that same kind of love..isn't it awesome?!
    Have I ever told you that you remind me so much of mu little sister? She lives in Alaska and she has a personality so big..she just lights up a room as she enters and I'll bet you do too! Have a great Christmas :D

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  9. Love that little tongue! What a cutie!

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  10. This little one in the picture is going to be a Big One. Look how determined he is to get to the tea with his tongue!
    Of course, grandma Nezzy is drowning in love for him and the other grandkids. That's what grandmas are for.

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  11. Number 9, number 9, number 9....

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  12. Your words are a potion for my mind. I really enjoy the images you describe.
    "Found my rope or lost my horse" I've spend a little bit of time in middle of nowhere MO but I guess I need to spend more to hear these great expression.
    How about this one - "wrapped tighter than bark on a tree"
    Merry Christmas

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  13. Your post is so sweet and perfect for this time of year..trying to keep it all together and get it all done is a challenge. That Grandkiddo is just to cute and I love all the fun phrases you have...I'll call them Nezzyisms..Have a good weekend!

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  14. Oh gosh, that picture just oozes with sweet, what a cutie patootie! Merriest of Christmases to you and yours.

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  15. what an adorable picture that is.

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  16. Oh, what a sweetie! I just want to hug him.He is really wanting to taste that tea. LOL!

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  17. Aw Nezzy this picture is just so cute. Isn't it the best in the world to hold those darlings in your arms.
    I know just how you feel I am a month behind on Christmas and it is two weeks away.
    We both need to slow down and enjoy the season.
    Love ya honey
    Maggie

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  18. What a sweet and funny picture!! You make me laugh more than anyone else! You do NOT post enough and I miss you! After Christmas there will be no excuse! Well, my last two posts were about our granddaughter and sweet little Ella. So I know just what you mean!! With all the things we go to and do at Christmas time, the children's Christmas programs are my favorite. Seeing Christmas through their eyes is eye opening!! The wonde of it all, when did we lose that?

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  19. I think I might've kissed a cop at 34th & Vine once, but it can't compare to the kind of love you are talking about.
    Little lappin' Ian is as cute as can be. I can see how he has cast that love trance on you.

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  20. I can see we have the same love thing going on with our Grands (o: This is my new vexation... when my computer screen flashes up random pictures and one comes up with one of my precious babies...younger... I feel pain...real pain. I want to hold them and squeeze them again. What is wrong with this worn to a frazzle Grammy? The potion got to me I guess!!! (o:

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  21. Hey Nezzy!

    That is by far one of the cutest pictures I've seen in a long time! I just LOVE it!

    I know where you are with where is the time a going! We got our tree Saturday and here it is Thursday and still no lights on the thing. Sad but true!

    Hope you have a Great Day!
    Angela

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  22. Such wonderful thoughts at Christmas time and there is nothing like experiencing Christmas through the yes of children.
    God bless you, farm chick.....

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  23. You are sooooo much FUN to read! When I see that you have posted, I get a big smile on my face because I know I'm about to get a treat! I feel the same about my grandchildren...heart bursting! You just say it better! And last but not least...love your remembrance of the reason for the season...thanks for a great post!!! Hugs!!

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  24. I'd say you been blessed with more lovin' youngin's than your heart can handle for sure. :)

    Lord, I'm old! I actually know all the words to that song. Yes tis the true reason for the season, great reminder :)
    Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

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  25. Photo is just darlin'! There is just nothing like the grandbabies...if I'd known they would be so much fun, I might have chosen to have them first!!

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  26. He is so very adorable Nezzy! Just look at those cute little cheeks!
    I had one of the worst days ever at work today and this just lifted my heart!
    Thanks for sharing dear friend,
    Cindy

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  27. What a cutie---How could you NOT love that face.
    Slowing down at this time of year is SOOOOOOOOO
    hard but you are sooooo right.
    Slow down and enjoy .

    Melinda

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  28. Yes, we do need to remember this season...and all year...Jesus. To keep him near is peace.

    Merry Christmas my MO neighbor and sister in Christ!

    PS Your little guy is adorable.

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  29. He is absolutely adorable! Love visiting your blog, it always makes me smile!
    Have a wonderful day! Happy holidays!!
    blessings,
    Jill

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  30. Oh, Nezzy --may you continue to be surrounded by love and adorableness this Christmas season and every day!

    I would so love for you to be my kids' Sunday school teacher. :)

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  31. Hang a knot in that rope and swing baby swing!

    Sounds like you have a full plate.

    Totally an adorable little guy! Too cute. I bet that sipper is gonna be long enough soon enough, then grandpa's tea won't ever be safe again.
    Such a cute picture!
    Looks like the perfect Christmas Card!

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  32. That little guy could melt the heart of an iceberg!

    Hope you manage to relax and ENJOY the holidays... time to take off that girdle and enjoy those pancakes!

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  33. Hi sweet friend! I owe you the Gooseberry Patch cookbook. I promise I will get it in the mail this week! Life is so hectic but I never stop praying for AngelDawn and her family. Anne

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  34. What a terrific post here! I am hungry for pancakes! Hee Hee! Anne

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  35. That is one cute little Ian going for the sweet tea! I do remember that song from the early 1970s. I was working at the Pentagon at the time and liked to hang out in Georgetown. It was played frequently in the, ahem, tea rooms (aka bars).

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  36. Oh My Lord, he is a precious one! And I know just how you're wrapped ~ around fingers that is!

    Can you believe there was a time when I said it would be okay if my sons and their wives decided it was their choice to not have children!? Well, shut my mouth!!! The oldest has given me three of those sweetens (all under age 3; now don't you know they ARE busy!) and just cannot stand it when I don't get to see them often enough!!!!!

    They got a potion alright, slobbers and all!

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  37. Cutest picture ever,good time to have a camera handy. Have a Merry Christmas.

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  38. What an adorable little guy - I hope he got a taste of the sweet drink there!!

    That joke - don't know if I lost a rope or found a horse - cracks me up. I heard that or saw that somewhere and told Robert the other day. He laughed... too funny.

    Hugs and blessings and enjoy that FUDGE!! xo

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  39. Well said Nezzy! Can't forget the real reason we are doing all this decorating and eating and celebrating. you rlittle grandson is a cutie patootie!

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  40. I'm guessing Ian will be seeing this picture through his entire life with various captions to suit the occasion-- It's so darn cute! What a determined little guy.
    Sounds like you have your hands full with Christmas preparations but your heart in the absolute right place. Merry Christmas my friend. It's been a great year getting to know you.
    xo jj

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  41. Oh Nezzy, this was again, a brilliantly written post with the LOVE and the voice of a beautiful human being touched by the most everlasting element in the UNIVERSE. THANK YOU FOR COMING TO VISIT ME; I was so tired last night from work that I didn't get a chance to get to the computer. This was wonderful and Ian is just simply the cutest little boy. I have no children, but my students just make me laugh so hard sometimes and I just want to take some home!!!!

    LOVE TO YOU FOREVER DEAREST NEZZY AND LET US REJOICE FOREVER IN HIM!!!! BISOUS, Anita

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  42. Awwww, Ian is darling Nezzy! Know you are busy but isn't it wonderful being busy with family?! Take care, we dodged the weather bullet this time. No snow just frigid temps. A beautiful Friday today :)

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  43. Hey there Nezzy...what a darlin' little pic of the little fella...yep, I can see his lapper ain't long enough LOL!!! And you reminded me 'the reason for the season'...Now I'm singin' Love Potion No 9!!! Blessings to you and yours for a wonderful season...Dzintra♥x

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  44. That is a priceless picture and can understand your besottedness with your grands.
    Sadly, Love Potion # 9 will be in my head most of today. Gee thanks

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  45. Hi Nezzy,
    Lovely photo of Ian sipping tea, just gorgeous.
    I crack up at some of your sayings........"found my rope or lost my horse" has to be the best one yet!
    Stay loose, cowgirl.
    Maggie

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  46. Gosh, that little one is so cute.

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  47. What a cutie Nezzy! --- Adorable picture....love this post (and the mother in law oops love) that's right - made me laugh! Happy busy holidays to you and yours!

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  48. Good Morning Nezzy, what a fun post girl and I really needed this today on my doom and gloom mountain top...I love coming by here THANKS...Much love and hugs to ya...Gl♥ria

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  49. What a beautiful sentiment. And what a gorgeous little boy with the sweetest too-short tongue. You are a blessed woman this Christmas.

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  50. I agree! You have a cute little grandson there. You've got me singing the song, too. Have a happy weekend.

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  51. what an adorable picture...and yes there is no love greater...nor more dependable...and it does not even take a potion to woo him...

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  52. Awwww, nice photo. Hope you are doing fine, but it does sound like you are busy.

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  53. Jesus is the reason and I am so thankful for His love. Well your little love potion is adorable. That picture is priceless! Have a very Merry Christmas. Blessings to you and yours.

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  54. Great post.... stop by any time is always wonderful to hear from you!!

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  55. Adorable pic and great reminder! My hubby told me I needed to slow down today. I think I need to listen ;)

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  56. That baby is toooooo cute and precious and if I had grandkids, you might not ever see me on the blog - - - - except to keep posting their pictures!

    Life does seem to keep us crazy busy - - - busier than we would often plan. And we plan to have time to do this and that - -- all good stuff and before you know it, it seems we are running out of time. Praise God we have Jesus or we would really be stressed!

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  57. Oh, Nezzy!!! After reading your comment on my blog I just had to visit you and I am so, so glad I did! You are what we here in the South call "a hoot"...which is a good thing:) I just read your latest post and laughed so hard...just had to read it to my husband too. I will definitely be back to visit often. The picture of little Ian is just too precious...priceless, in fact. And I do know what you mean by meeting yourself comin' and a-goin' cause that's what I've been doing lately and there seems to be no end in sight soon! PLEASE come back and visit my blog again...if I can find time for a new post. Now..off to read some more of your blog posts.

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  58. Hi Nezzy, What a doll baby. He is so precious I can see why your heart is bursting over with love. You sure had me rolling with your post. I tell ya, you are a girl after my own heart!!

    Thank you for stopping by and your kind comment. So glad Angel Dawn's goodies arrived. Thank you again for getting it to her.
    Best wishes and blessings to you for a wonderful Christmas with your family and those darling grands!!

    Big ole hugs from Texas,
    Celestina Marie

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  59. Ha ha ha! Very cute. And besides, it works for cats and dogs.

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  60. You never fail to put two smiles on my face. The first smile happens when I read a comment that you have written on my blog. The second smile happens when I read what you have written on your blog. The photograph of your grandchild trying to lap up the tea is so cute!

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  61. He was a long way off from getting a sip, but what a cute attempt!

    Your love for the littles is just so wonderful!!!!

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  62. Oh Nezzy, you always have me laughing with your sayings! I'm not sure which is my favorite the one about the preachers wife or the one about you weren't sure if you found your rope or lost your horse! I'm gonna have to use that one! :)

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  63. Thanks for the smile. Definitely a joy to behold.

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  64. What a cute picture. :D
    Enjoy your weekend.

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  65. Hi Nezzy! Grands are just the best..and I can totally understand how much you love them! I love that song it is on my MP3 player several times..:)
    I hope your Mother In Love gets all straightened around..it seems that this time of year can be so emotional..you are completely right..let the love show..oh my maybe that is another song for you!!
    I wish you and all those you love the best Christmas..rejoicing in our Saviors birth!!:)

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  66. Oh I LOVE that picture!!! He is a cutie!

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  67. That image is simply priceless! My oh my, what a cutie.;))
    I love the song and I also love the movie with the same title, one of Sandra Bullocks first romantic comedies.;))
    xoxo

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  68. That picture is just adorable!! I miss having people that little around!!
    You sound like the rest of us at this time of year, but you're right. The season is about so much more than all the things that are driving us around the bend. Happy Holidays, and don't forget to breathe!

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  69. Oh he's is SOOOO cute. Makes my ovaries ache. Give me a grandbaby stat! I know a certain Sweet Boy who also goes by the same moniker as your dear boy.

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  70. Love this. Big Hugs!P.S. have you entered my giveaway yet?

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  71. Well, Nezzy, if that picture just doesn't make you want to die! How cute is THAT!

    And where do you get all these wonderful southern metaphors? Wound up tighter than a girdle on a preacher's wife? Land sakes, woman! Gorgeous!

    You're just a ray of sunshine on this cold winter's day. Thank you for being part of this blogosphere!

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  72. guess what? Parker picked your number so you get a card box....just send me your information and a package will be on its way....

    Teresa

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  73. God bless you dear Nezzy,
    have a happy weekend!!! :)

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  74. Nezzy, he is just adorable.. such a cute pic. I hope you're enjoying the season. Thanks for the smile.

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  75. This has got to be about one of the cutest pictures I've ever seen. BTW, I think I had the 45 of Love Potion #9 and on the flip side was a song called High Heeled Sneakers. How's that for a bit of trivia?

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  76. Yes, if we cannot love like Jesus who loves us,warts and all, we are nothing. We all celebrate diffeently. Since we have no children reparticipate in giveing to children, (8-9) through our Life Group at church. We do just as much shopping and planning. We don't do much decorating at home as expect NO guests an we usually either buy a cooked boxed Christmas Dinner, or buy dinner at the VFW> As we age as celecbrate diffeently, but the matter of the heart is what is important.

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  77. You wrote this up very well dear and I;m certain you speak for many of us grandma ladies. As a 14 times over great grandma, I sure understand that empty arms feeling you portray. There are those times when you "just gotta hold them close to your heart."
    Thanks for sharing in suce a sweet way.

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  78. Oh Nezzy you just want to eat that prescious one up!Try not to be spastic! Stop and enjoy the season! Hugs and kisses! Traci

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  79. Nezzy, you are just so darn cute, and so is that little fella with his tongue sticking out! My grands have me drinking that love potion too! I just can't get enough of them. You are so right, Jesus is the reason for the season and the deepest love there is. Thank you for the reminder. We all need to slow down and think of that love. laurie

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  80. Precious! I believe that love is the greatest emotion in the world. Have a blessed day!

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  81. Oh.my.word what a cute photo! Adorable!

    I love that song Long Potion #9. It's a fun one to sing along to.

    Hugs,
    Kat

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  82. My first visit, following over from Sweet Mona's blog, and this post made me laugh out loud this gray, snow-covered Monday.

    I don't know if you're a Southern Girl, like me, but I DO recognize a Country Girl when I read one!

    rachel

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  83. You sure grow 'em cute in your family! I have always liked that song. I am off to shower, and will sing it loudly, since I am home alone.

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  84. What a doll Nezzy!
    I remember that song when I was young...I was young once. LOL
    6 degrees there this morning?? Oh my word, that is cold. It was in the 80s here yesterday and probably the same today. We always have a heat spell in December and it totally confuses my flowers!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Ann

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  85. If that isn't the cutest photo ever! And tea will make you do that:)

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  86. hahaha what a cutie Nezzy!!!!!

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  87. Oh, how I love this post! First, I shall acknowledge my weakness for little men named Ian as my favorite seven year old shares that "blessed" name. And this one lives up to the reputation! But I also, like you, revel in the love and spirit of the season. It is the greatest love of all!

    All my best and Merry Christmas to you and yours, Nezzy!
    ;-)
    Traci

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  88. Thank you for visiting me the other day...your image is adoreable...what a little sweetpea...hugs and love! xoxoxo

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  89. A stunted swamp chigger!!!??? What a hoot your post is. I needed to read something light-hearted and I got it. Found you listed on Just Breathe. Next summer let's compare gardening photos, 'kay? Oh, and I'll have my 1st grandbaby by then too. Followin' you. Merry Christmas!

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  90. Enjoy your holiday Nezzy! Those little ones will steal your heart every time won't they? I'm still so lovesick with mine I don't think I'll ever be cured! I can't even imagine the state I'll be in when I have grandchildren (-:

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  91. I sooooo love that picture!!! You are such a wonderful mother and grandmother...I wish you'd adopt me!!!!

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  92. This photo just made my day and put a giant smile on my face. Think he was trying to drink a love potion instead of GPs tea. Merry Christmas and have a Happy Healthy New Year.
    Joyce

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  93. Hi again!

    Just popping by to wish you Happy Holidays & Happy New Year!

    Off now - *see* you again in the New Year!

    XOXO Lola:)

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  95. Just wanted to stop by and wish you and yours a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS!!

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  96. I to have that love potion for my grandkids.
    I am going to sit with my youngest gs tonight.
    I love the time I get to spend with him.
    This was a wonderful post and I just wanted to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours.
    Hugs

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  97. Howdy Nezzy
    Oh my if I were a snowperson I would surely be a goner after gazing at this handsome feller !
    You nailed this post with the perfect title.
    Wow how do you get anything finished with so much love and joy to hand out .You are one awesome blogger and well I just wanted to let you know how really special you are.
    Be blessed Nezzy and may the Christmas season live in your heart all through the rest of December and fill every day in 2011 with never ending love,joy,peace and miracles for you and all yours.
    Big hugs
    Until Next Time
    Happy Trails

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  98. What a doll! No wonder you are smitten, sweetie!

    BTW, this pw got rid of the girdle years ago!

    Love you,
    Jen

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  99. Little Ian's just adorable, Nezzy! I can see how you'd be bitten by the love bug! Love Potion No. 9....boy, does that song bring back memories.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours!
    Cheryl

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  100. Great picture! Thanks for my morning laugh :-)

    God bless you and have a great Christmas.

    ~Ron
    ******

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  101. I'm feel'n the love, Nezzy!
    Adorable picture! Have a Happy Holiday with your loved ones.

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  102. Nezzy, that baby photo is one of the cutest I have ever seen, and it could win contests. You have an entertaining way of writing, even about facing problems out there on the Ponderosa.

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  103. I sure hope Ian's grandpa gave in and gave him a little for his little effort. Bless his heart! He is so precious!!

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  104. Hiya Sweetie! Gosh, he's a real cutie Pie! I so know where you're coming from with this. I think I'm wearing that same type girdle as that preacher's wife you were talking about. I can't breathe I've been so wound up in everything Christmas!!! The brunt of it is done...now on to the baking part...and then I'll really need a girdle!!! Have a great weekend Nezzy! xoxo Paulette

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  105. Ooooohhhh.....fudge..... (Sorry-Now I'm distracted!)

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  106. Oh my goodness, that is the cutest picture ever!
    Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas daaaaaahling, may all your wishes come true!
    *kisses* HH

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  107. What a darling little sugar! Nezzy, you are so precious ... I love you!
    Merry Christmas ~
    Have a beautiful season ~
    TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

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  108. Merry Christmas Nezzy!
    I'll have the hot chocolate ready just be sure to bring your sleigh! We have 3-7 inches of snow expected today!
    Enjoy your family and don't work too hard on the Ponderosa!
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  109. Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family. God bless.

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  110. Yes, it's so important to remember that it's love and people that matter -- this time of year and ALL year!

    Merry Christmas to you!

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  111. Lovely words to remind us of Christmas is all about. Best wishes to you and your family and please keep us smiling in 2010. thank you for visiting me.

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  112. The sweetest picture, and the sweetest post! Thanks for the reminder - we all must remember the reason for the season! Hope your Mother-in-Love is doing better. Merry Christmas Blessings to you and yours, Nezzy! -Tammy

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  113. Nezzy, you are probably the best writer here in blogland- you keep me in stitches.
    Love the song and I am so glad you survived the stampede with your trusty maglight in your hand.
    What my daddy would have done would have been either to duct tape that maglight to the shock stick or to the top of your head. (He loved his carbine lights)
    Cow butting sure ain't for the weak, that's for sure. Ain't had that done since I was young. It would probably kill me now.
    Merry Christmas-
    Blessings and Hugs- Tete

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  114. Christmas Blessings to you and your family, From my mountain to yours Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  115. "Poor little fella's lapper just isn't quite long enough!"

    Lapper. (!) Always laugh when I come here.

    Merry Christmas Nezzy!

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  116. Well, shut my mouth! And get me a depends, really quick!

    Where do you come up with this stuff?

    "Tighter than a girdle on a preacher's wife at a pancake breakfast?" Really?

    Oh, I have laughed so hard, my teeth fell out, my wig has jiggled to the side of my head and now my true age is showing!

    This is totally the best laugh I have had in nearly 200 years!

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  117. Oh my goodness, I just loved Ian in this pic..I just love how you so poetically write...I love it,,,I could picture you and I have a great conversation..LOL...people would definitely want to be listening in our conversations and getting into the action too...((hugs))

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    OK! THAT'S IT! You got me with this one. I'm a follower!

    I have 3 rules about following a blog. First, the blogger absolutely has to make me laugh at least 5 times before I will follow. Well, you reached that a couple of postings ago, but I had to read on. And, that brings me to # 2, the blogger must make me want to keep on reading older post (check). And now #3, the blogger MUST BE up beat and positive (check).

    kt

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