JEANNE229
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See this image largerIn Central Park (NYC) September 2013(4 comments)See this image largerHubby Larry and me in Central Park Sept. 2013.(4 comments)See this image largerIn front of 911 memorial, September 26, 2013(7 comments)See this image largerMy 67th birthday photo.(3 comments)See this image largerMerry Christmas 2013(2 comments)See this image largerday 300 of my streak for "Log in and spin the SparkPoints wheel" earned 6/8/2015See this image largerJuly 17 is Worldwide Emoji Day. See this image largeris wish all my spark colleagues, family and friends a very warm and loving Christmas.See this image largeris wishing all my spark friends and colleagues and fellow health seekers a warm and loving Christmas.See this image largerwants everyone to know that today (October 7) is National Pumpkin Seed Day. 'Tis the season.See this image largeris celebrating National Touch Flag Day, October 8, 2020. Tag! You’re it! American Touch Tag Day on October 8th celebrates the traditional childhood game and encourages kids of all ages to play!See this image largerJEANNE229 is celebrating National Touch Flag Day, October 8, 2020. Tag! You’re it! American Touch Tag Day on October 8th celebrates the traditional childhood game and encourages kids all ages to play!See this image largeris celebrating National Touch Flag Day, October 8, 2020. Tag! You’re it! American Touch Tag Day on October 8th celebrates the traditional childhood game and encourages kids all ages to play!See this image largerIs celebrating National Moldy Cheese Day October 9. Toss those bacteria-contaminated moldy cheeses in the garbage quickly and move along to the grey, blue, or green colored moldy cheeses in the fridgeSee this image largeris celebrating National Chess Day today. The second Saturday in October recognizes National Chess Day. The game challenges players mentally and strategically. I can usually beat my (Chess-shire) cat.See this image largeris bragging about my granddaughters. On October 11, International Day of the Girl brings awareness to the unique challenges that girls around the world face every day. Proud of them!See this image largeris celebrating National Kick Butt Day, observed annually on second Monday in October (12th a day late). This is a day to give yourself a kick in the seat of the pants. I usually need it!!See this image largeris celebrating national dessert Day, October 14. People around the country indulge every on National Dessert Day! Try to make it healthy! Fruit is perfect!!!See this image largeris celebrating national dessert Day, October 14. People around the country indulge the sweet tooth on National Dessert Day! Try to make it healthy! Fruit is perfect!!!See this image largerIs celebrating National I Love Lucy Day, one of television’s all-time favorite shows. I Love Lucy, an American sitcom, made its debut 49 years ago on October 15, 1951.See this image largerwants you to know...October is National Pasta Month, and October 17th recognizes National Pasta Day. Pasta lovers celebrate!See this image largersays it is a purple zebra kind of day...See this image largeris celebrating National Black Cat Day. We have had 6 black cats. Below is one of my favorites, daughter's cat Polly (Napoleon) after foot surgery.See this image largeris celebrating National Black Cat Day (October 27). Below is one of my favorites, Polly (Napoleon) after foot surgery. Sweet Kitty.See this image largerJEANNE229 is celebrating National Black Cat Day (October 27). Below is one of my favorites, Polly (Napoleon) after foot surgery. Sweet Kitty.See this image largerJEANNE229 is celebrating National Black Cat Day (October 27). Below is one of my favorites, Polly (Napoleon) after foot surgery. Sweet Kitty.See this image largersometimes has half a mind...(true enough. See Spooky Little Girl Below)See this image largerknows that “Some people come into our lives and leave footprints on our hearts and we are never, ever the same.” RIP Judy. Your footsteps remain.See this image largeris happy to know today (11/5) National Men Make Dinner Day on the first Thursday in November places the man of the house in charge of the kitchen and the evening’s meal. Works for me!(1 comments)See this image largerEven after all these years of practice, I still am not very good at the sleep thing. Just lie awake and think...(1 comments)See this image largerfeels like celebrating the world!See this image largeris celebrating National Button Day. November 16th celebrates the function of buttons and the hobby of button collection. Step aside zippers, laces, and snaps. Honor the button.See this image largerAs my young niece said, he is doing a "finger swear."(3 comments)See this image largerRetirement(12 comments)See this image largerMy youngest granddaughter, Bridget, holding her brother (my youngest grandson, Max). Sweet photo.(5 comments)See this image largerBridget (12) and Max (3 mo) at Thanksgiving 2010(2 comments)See this image largerOldest Granddaughter, Rhiannon, senior photo(3 comments)See this image largerDancing with my handsome son at his wedding.(5 comments)See this image largerOldest and youngest grandchildren.(1 comments)See this image largerMy three grand treasures!(3 comments)See this image largerTzus: 1-Danny, 2-Scooter, 3-Wally, 4-Louie, 5-Charlie, 6-Zoey, 7-Chucky, 8-Milo, 9-Maggie not shown.(9 comments)See this image largerMax-six weeks. His grandpa says he is watching football and the Broncos are losing!(2 comments)See this image largerBaby Max with big sister Rhiannon (Christmas 2010).(1 comments)See this image largerAt 4 months, maybe Max will be a veterinarian!(4 comments)See this image largerMaximus Jerome Jensen--1 hour old 8-18-2010 (19.5 inches, 6 lbs 14 oz)(2 comments)See this image largerNew Bride, Amy with son Greg, wedding August 2009.(1 comments)See this image largerYoungest granddaughter, Bridget (12) holding new brother, Max (2 hours old).(1 comments)See this image largerGranddaughter Bridget, flowergirl at her dad's wedding. Lake Washington in background.(2 comments)See this image largerMy son, Greg, with his two beautiful daughters (about 10 years ago, where does the time go?)(2 comments)See this image largerWedding 8/10/09: Princess granddaughters Rhiannon & Bridget, Son Greg, new DIL Amy, 2 bridesmaids.(1 comments)See this image largerMy beautiful granddaughters at their dad's wedding August 2009.See this image largerMe in my college days, many years ago (in an old shack we explored one day).(6 comments)See this image largerCartoon of my husband and me at Las Vegas (love to travel!)(2 comments)See this image largerMe November 2009.(5 comments)See this image largerDig that Hair from 1966!(4 comments)See this image largerOn the runway long, long ago.(4 comments)See this image largerMe on joining Spark!(6 comments)See this image largerAlways talking!(4 comments)See this image largerGranddaughters are my princesses!See this image largerGranddaughter Bridget on HalloweenSee this image largerBritt (oldest daughter) receiving her masters' degree. She is now a prison psychologist.See this image largerYoungest daughter, Kelli (center), on the halloween following her liver transplant (with 2 friends).(2 comments)See this image largerKelli, after her liver transplant (recent)(5 comments)See this image largerBruce, our big tom who was with us for 16 years.(2 comments)See this image largerDanny, the wonder Shih Tzu at 4 months!(3 comments)See this image largerScooter, 2 months, hiding in a bag.(2 comments)See this image largerDanny nappingSee this image largerDanny and Tucker as babies....(2006)See this image largerDogs and grand-dogs, Danny, Louie, Scooter (front to back), and on couch, Charlie and Zoey.(5 comments)See this image largerEven mountain fortresses can change, one pebble at a time.(2 comments)See this image largerMy lilac bush in spring. A good place to plan the day's meals!(2 comments)See this image largerRoyal RoseSee this image largerWelcome! There are no strangers here.

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