Thursday, November 3, 2011

Snow Giggle

I saw this cute little cartoon
and thought of my
blogging friends who are
dealing with an early snow.
Too cute, huh?!

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Princess babysits at times for a young
military family who just found out
they will be moving to Alaska in
February.  This is not where
they had hope to be stationed
yet they are excited.

Excited.  Really?!

God bless our military families
who pick up and move here and
there in all types of weather and
still find a way to be excited
about all the changes.

Do you like change?


Susie said...

Hello...It is hard on the military families ...Thank you for thinking of them. Four of my brother's served. Smiles to you,Susie

Sush said...

Where in Alaska? It's really beautiful!!!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Sweetie...
Oh my gosh, I am SO laughing with this cartoon that is so stinkin cute. I LOVE it. How do these cartoonists come up with these things. Thank you for the beautiful smile this morning. I am going to be sharing this with a couple of friends.

Sorry to hear that another move is in store for your family friends. Yes military families are so dedicated. I have heard Alaska has many treasures of beauty there. I hope they will share with you, so that you too can pass it along to us.

Have a beautiful day sweet friend. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

My Mind's Eye said...

That is definitely a snow giggle!!
We went to Alaska for our 35 wedding anniversary in 2005....if I had been 30 years younger I would have stay....it is the most beautiful place I've ever visited...Good luck to the young family they will love it there!!
Hugs C

Chatty Crone said...

Well if they move in spring they will love it - it is hard to adapt to change. But once we start adapting I love it.

The Old Dairy said...

My goodness I have just caught up on your blog....Truly you are a crack up any thing from brownies (how did that go)to certain cloud watching and painting bedrooms..I have had a real belly laugh this morning......Thank you..

Nezzy (Cow Patty Surprise) said...

I do...it kinda shakes things up and keeps us young, don't 'ch think???

So does laughter....girl I'm cryin' here! The cartoon is just hilarious!!!

I'm just in awe of our military and their families. 'Just so very grateful too.

God bless and have an extraordinary day sweetie!!!

Unknown said...

I don't like change. Guess I'm just old. We have several friends who have lived in Alaska and love it. Our son in law spent a few formative years there and would love to go back and live there for a while. I told him fine, as long as he leaves the grandbabies here!

Love the giggle!

Susan said...

I like change, but have to rely on art to get my fix as my hubby cannot deal with change. Shucks, after ten years in our house, there are rooms that still need furniture and I do think it's because of the change thing. If I were younger I might like to change locations, but at this stage of the game...maybe I like change less than I thought. Prayers for all those military families, where would we be without them.

Jeanie said...

My family moved a lot as a young military family and then with the oil business. It was always hard to leave a place we had lived, but also interesting to get to know new places and new people, even when the place itself didn't seem that exciting when we first learned we were going. That was a long time ago and I have no interest in making that big a change now.

bj said...

Most of the time, change is good...:)

Cute cute funny....loved it.
xo bj

yaya said...

I love change when it means I've lost 20lbs..I hate change when it means I've gained 20lbs...Alaska is gorgeous, but then I did visit it in August.

Anonymous said...

That cartoon reminds me of a joke I told MY PARENTS when I was a very innocent teenager. I didn't understand the punchline, but they did. Yes, it had something to do with snowmen and snowballs and that's all I'm gonna say! Regarding Alaska, I visit a Fairbanks webcam from time to time. BRRR! And it gets colder than that in January!

Just Stuff From a Boomer said...

Love the cartoon.

I am constantly in awe of our military families in all that they give. Because my husband works on a Marine /Navy Air Station, I am always aware of the service their families are giving too.

This is the first Alaska assignment I've heard of though. Wow! Hopefully their families will think it's a good place to visit and go see them while they are there.

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