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Friday, February 14, 2014

FSO-the things and places in my town I just love

Valentine's Day is upon us, and while the notion of sugary sweet love in the air may not be to everyone's taste, one can't deny feeling love. Join us this week in celebrating the love stories we share with the places we live in. Weather it's a part of nature nearby or the history of your place or loved ones strolling by, share with us what you love about your town and what love looks like in your town or city.

Our granddaughter's house to see our new
greatgrandson Graham.

The towers of St. Vincent church on the campus of 
The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.

I volunteer in the Visitor's Centers on Fridays from 1PM to 4Pm.

Where I attend Mass

One of my favorites places in town the retirement village where many of my friends live.
We get together here for lots of fun times.
It is also on the Nazareth Campus.

Common sight on the campus.

One of my favorite shops to visit, right in the middle of town.

Mostly window shopping here since they do not have(sh) plus sizes.

Kroger's salad bar.
Where I have lunch when in town.

 Love my town. I am off to my job at Nazareth this afternoon.

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Ruth Kelly said...

Congratulations on sweet baby great grandson. Love the shots of buildings in your town especially the church.

Jama said...

Congrats on being a great grandma! He's so beautiful.

Pauline said...

Congratulations on your great grandson, he's lovely. And you look so proud. As you should be. Love the second shot of your church, it is charming.

Barb said...

What a beautiful little baby. Graham is not such a common name any more but a good strong name. Love your town tour. Is that a Brighton store I see?? They started just down from the road from me not too many years ago. I always hit them up for their beautiful silver details on their purses, wallets, belts etc.

marilyn said...

Enjoyed this tour. The GG Baby is such a cutie, just like his GG Mother.

Rebecca said...

I can imagine visiting your grandson is the best!

Karen S. said...

Oh my goodness, he is adorable, and it's wonderful that you can visit him nearby! I really enjoyed a tour of your town, and the deer too!

GingerV said...

children are nice, grandchildren wonderful and great-grandchildren are miracles.

Mersad said...

A big CONGRATULATIONS from me too. Wish you guys all the best!!!

Mersad Donko Photography

DawnTreader said...

Interesting-looking church. I think I'd have guessed it to be Eastern European if I'd just seen the picture without other clues.
But of course your great grandson must be what you prefer looking at just now :)