Monday, March 09, 2009

It's a wonderful world!

Something beautiful to watch till part 2 of Zucchini Nation arrives.


  1. I love it... just precious and I love the song. There is also a children's book written using the words from this song that has beautiful illustrations. My kindergarten students loved it! Thanks for sharing.

  2. That was just what I needed tonight...and Susie! The story about Stonhenge was amazing! You do weave such a wonderful story! You have always amazed me with your gift for writing!


  3. I love that Armstrong classic, too. I used it once in a video some students made back in the early 90's.

    Hey, I just drove back from O'Hare this morning. That's why I was "absent" from this little known site for a week. Clues to where Julie and I were at the March 15 post of my better known site.

    Like the new picture of you and your first grandchild, and judging by your many stories of many grandchildren that was not taken last week. =)

    Speaking of photos not take last week, you once said a few years ago that there was a story behind your other photo--something about swimming across a lake. Did you ever post that story?

  4. Awwwwwwww! So cute! It goes to show you that anyone can get along if they only try.

  5. My apologies to my readers. I have not been very good about responding to comments left at my blog. Blogging ends up on my back burner a lot in recent months due to family concerns.

    Nancy: Thanks for stopping by. When I decided to get back into blogging on a limited basis I immediately thought of contacting you to let you know.

    Sue (the other SusieQ): I could not resist that Stonehenge story. I was in one of those goofy moods that night anyway. Thanks for stopping by.

    Tom: I did not get around yet to finding out where you had gone in March, but I can imagine it had something to do with mission work. Am I right? Yes, those new photos on my sidebar of the grandchildren and me are dated. The first grandchild is now 19 years old. As far as the story behind the photo of me taken when I was 19 years old myself, it is not a very interesting story. But maybe one of these days I will share it.

    Lucy: Yes, if a fawn and a kitten can get along, I don't see why the rest of can't do likewise.