Weekend Roundup F

Starts with “F.”  A Favorite.  Free. It’s time for Tom’s Weekend Roundup!

Starts with “F”:

Flamingo fanning out it’s wings with a foto bombing pigeon.

A Favorite:

Our forty year old son is a favorite.

Free:

Free from sorrow. Free from pain. Our pop’s funeral.

“If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” …”So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” Jesus

And because it’s February and next week is Valentine’s Day…

We have a free weekend that we will enjoy while watching snow fall.

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

11 thoughts on “Weekend Roundup F

  1. Enjoy your snow watching. I remember those days, long ago. Thanks for the Bible verse, I am thinking it may have been used at your Dad’s funeral. Now you are probably the older generation but that is appropriate when you have a 40 year old son.
    I’m glad you posted this week. Thanks for your comment, bad as they are I still love having my feet. BTW, I just looked up, your first comment on my blog was for a Wordless Word Wednesday on October 3, 2007.
    ..

  2. Such a great post Ellen. I am SO behind in reading and posting. Your Pop is free indeed. I love the Bird pictures/painting at his funeral. Did he paint them or take those pictures? Love your Valentines decor and the way you embrace the season!

    • Rosella, those are puzzles he put together during his last few years on earth. They were glued to backer boards after he finished each puzzle. Blessings!

  3. Wonderful “F” photos this week! I love your beautiful “Free” tribute to your Pop. Have a great Valentine’s Day, Ellen!
    Dawn

  4. Such a great collection! Your son’s BD tee made me smile (ruefully)…. we attended a small concert last week, billed as a nostalgic/oldies event…. and the music was stuff my kids listened to in high school. Nothing quite makes you feel as elderly as realizing that your children are now living “old lives”. (mine do have at least on yours of course).

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