Sunday, December 7, 2008

BLUE MONDAY

It is Blue Monday once again hosted by Sally! Please check out SmilingSal for a list of more Blue Monday posts.



A few years ago, when our granddaughter, Caitlin, was first learning the 'paint' program on our computer; she drew this for me to use as a screen saver. I love the blue she chose for Joseph to wear, while Mary wears brown and purple. And, every angel should have a teal dress!! I've cherished it ever since, even though sometimes I have to dig deep into the computer to find it!!!!




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Don't you just lo
Don't you just love children's art? - they get right to the point. It reminds me that things such as technology may change, but some things manage to remain the same.lly

18 comments:

nikkicrumpet said...

I love the nativity! And good luck with the proceedure. Ugh!

Bo said...

What a precious "work of art" from your granddaughter. Great advice about the colonoscopy...;-) Bo

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I love the nativity, and I'm sorry about your colonoscopy! Hope it all turns out well for you.

XO,

Sheila :-)

bj said...

Such a precious picture.....grandkids are priceless...
Oh, and the colonoscopy...it's a piece of cake. When I had mine done, I came home and went to sleep for about 2 hours and then went shopping.....
Good luck, bj

Smilingsal said...

I collect nativity scenes; yours is special.

I've had THAT test; it's not much, really, but the preparation...now, that's what I don't want to do again.

Happy Blue Monday!

Shelia said...

Morning, Sally! I love the little nativity! Bless your heart - good luck with the nasty exam.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Knitty said...

Love the art! It reminds me of Colorforms because of the shapes and black background.

The prep is the only bad part of the procedure. If you (or anyone reading) is a candidate for the pills rather than drinking the liquid, you may find that easier. The pills are large, but don't have the taste that the liquid does.

Good luck!

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Aw, how sweet her picture. Good luck with your procedure. Hope all is well.

Sweetie said...

Children's art work is made with love and it doesn't get any better than that. It is important that everyone has a colonoscopy. Happy Blue Monday.
Sweetie

CC said...

oooo, I love the picture. All good wishes with the procedure. You're so right about scheduling one..Mine may well have saved my life. Happy Blue Monday.

Jill said...

Hi Miss Sally,
I am okay, just taking a blog break. I found I was spending waaaay too much time on the computer and was getting real behind in my real life!

Hope you have a very Merry Christmas, I see that some snow is headed your way!

~Jill

Tootsie said...

good luck with the procedure!

Mrs. Newlywed said...

Oh how adorable!

Yes, I am a Sigma Kappa 2006!

imjacobsmom said...

Happy Blue Monday! What a cute nativity - just precious! Good Luck with your "procedure" I'm sure everything will work out just fine. ~ Robyn

Miss Janice said...

Love that nativity. Good luck with your procedure--I have been there...done that!

laurie said...

Oh that nativity picture is precious, and what a wonderful memory it makes. Good luck with the colonoscopy. laurie

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

Oh I am so excited to think about meeting you!!! How fun is that going to be for me!!

blessings
mary

Carrie said...

Beautiful...just beautiful and sweet.