Saturday, January 3, 2015

Stolen Treasures...


I have a photo file called Stolen Treasures.  They are not really stolen... but instead, cell phone photos that have been sent to me... While they are not really STOLEN, they ARE really TREASURES.  This was B early Christmas morning.  The magic of Christmas morning is at its finest through the eyes of a child.

 
Here, the boys, their little momma and I were stopped for delicious pizza and a much needed break in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  Roo and Alex were a little more excited about dessert than pizza.  {smile}  The Mellow Mushroom is an all time favorite respite on the journey from Virginia to Texas or vise versa.


Then, there are just some stolen hugs... Treasures, I tell you.  Treasures. 

Savor your treasures...

blessings ~ tanna

20 comments:

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I like that, stolen treasures. I've actually organized my Colorado and New Mexico photos from this summer by putting them in folders according to where we were. Sure makes posting easy. I've also organized my other photos by themes but sure can get out of hand quick since I am taking pictures with my phone all the time. The joy of children at Christmas is palpable, that's for sure. Best wishes, Tammy

Amy at love made my home said...

They are wonderful treasures - photos and children! xx

Stitchy Mc Floss said...

Awww it's always so nice to see those dear little faces so full of love and happiness.

Blessings always sweet friend.

TexWisGirl said...

adorable. full of warmth. :)

Mereknits said...

They are treasure to remember forever. By the way we have a Mello Mushroom near us and we love it. Best. Pizza. Ever!
Hugs,
Meredith

From the Kitchen said...

"Savor" is just the right word. Those little faces are precious. So glad you got to spend time with them.

Best,
Bonnie

podso said...

Sweet memories for you and such sweet pictures of precious children. Love how you describe them!

Linda said...

Hi Tanna...
Beautiful treasures indeed!
Cheers!
Linda :o)

Lynne said...

Oh my . . . do I ever love this and believe it to my core . . .
Savor the treasures . . .
Thank you Tanna . . .

Shug said...

In a way....they are stolen! Each photo of those precious grandchildren steals a part of your heart!! Just nothing like the bond between grandchildren and their grandparents...
My Sam is crazy about his girls, but he always jokes around....saying, that if he had had his grandchildren first, he might not have ever had the girls...
Enjoy the rest of your weekend..

steph said...

those are the REAL treasures in life...priceless!!!

(we're getting a mello mushroom in Paducah!!! Never ate at one....heard they are great!!!

Wanda said...

That is a precious way to see them. Treasures at all ages.. now I have hidden treasures and special moments with my adult grandchildren.

Kaleb away at college in Greenville, IL was telling me some of this thoughts, dreams and goals. I saw a leather (manly looking) journal and mailed it to him to record his thoughts dreams and goals. He was so precious and text me how much he loved it and me. Melt my heart.

Carol Z said...

Sweet, sweet pictures. Thanks so much for sharing.

Catherine said...

Dear Tanna, These certainly are treasured moments. All blessings.
xo Catherine

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Tanna, they are beautiful treasured moments for sure, I have the same pizza here in Raleigh but have never tried it. Happy new year!

Christine said...

Words can't express how I feel about your "Stolen Treasures".
Each child IS a TREASURE!
~~~~~ ** LOVE ** ~~~~~

Margaret Adamson said...

Great treasures and memories.

Bonnie said...

Precious treasures, indeed. Savor is just the right word. I always feel your love right through the page for your grandchildren.

karen said...

thank you for sharing such sweet captured moments shared with you!!

Tricia Buice said...

We moved to Virginia from Chattanooga and know the Mushroom well. My sister still lives there and we get down about once a year. I grew up in Chattanooga, went to school and moved away, then back, and away, and back. Haha- looks like a lovely time! Those boys are growing so :)

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