Saturday, August 8, 2009

At the bowling alley


Hi everyone! Here's a picture of me with my gang at the bowling alley yesterday. They had a great time. Hope you are all having a wonderful Saturday!

30 comments:

~She Poet~ said...

I finally get to see your beautiful face! What a great picture, lovely family :) Have a great weekend!

mamaof6 said...

What a happy picture. Beautiful family. Thanks for sharing it.

Warren Baldwin said...

Smiling kids ... happy family. Good job!

Marty said...

Who could ask for more, a fun family outing with a great picture to prove it!

Mandy said...

Kelly, it's so great to finally see you! And your beautiful bunch! You all look great. I love to bowl! I'm organizing a bowling birthday bash for myself with my friends and family next Saturday. Thanks for sharing this great picture. Have a wonderful weekend.

Kitten said...

You have a cute family! :)

Kelly said...

well, well, well! i'm so excited to put your face with the 'words'!!!! you have an adorable family! thanks for sharing with us!

T Rex Mom said...

Yeah - a face with all the names! Looks like a fun time and a great looking family!

Joanne said...

All those precious children and a beautiful mom! Happy faces all around! Have a great weekend. ;)

2Shaye ♪♫ said...

Oh what a lovely shot. Look at those lovely smiles!

Christy said...

Look at you! I have wondered. You are so pretty and your children are so sweet. Great picture.

Caroline said...

So nice to meet you...lol. Love the photo!

Creativity!! said...

Ohh Nice To Beautiful Family Dear :D Thanks A Zillion For Sharing :D Hugs!!!!!!

Have A Nice Weekend :D

G said...

Yay!

We finally get to see what another blogger looks like!

This makes seven for me.

Glad you had such a good time bowling.

Gerri said...

Well Hello! Nice to see you. What a beautiful group of lovely people. I hope you all had fun bowling. Kelly, I just love your curls. :)

The Write Girl said...

Hey Septembermom,

What a cute photo of you and the kids...and you look so young and fabulous : )

shabby girl said...

So fun to see you! Now when I think of my friend, Kelly, there will be a picture to go with the thought!
Man! You must have your hands full! They are all very cute!

Dan said...
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Dan said...

Bowling allies are fun, but around here it becomes the roller rink once they hit a certain age. Then college is the time the bowling alley returns. I always figured it was a matter of how hard they were trying to separate from the shadow of mom and dad. {*grin*}

BTW, I considered KISS for my list, but decided liking them was only moderately embarrassing as opposed to the full monty of the list I went with.

Sneaky Momma said...

Awwwww....mama ducks and her chicks! What a cute flock! :)

Diane said...

Awesome family!

Kim said...

Well hey there my friend!!! It's nice to 'see' you! What a beautiful gang you make. Thank you for sharing. Looks like a great time.

Jillien said...

What a great picture!! Looks like you've got your hands full. I've not gone bowling in an eternity. You've inspired me to hit the lanes

Randi said...

As has been mentioned before, it is nice to have a picture to go along with your "voice." What a beautiful family--gorgeous mom and adorable children! So what was your score?

Ms Perfect said...

Oooh bowling! I used to go cosmic bowling at least once a week (long ago). The one alley in my town is gone (torn down). Hope you had fun.

Jenners said...

I don't think I've ever seen a photo of you ... so this is great! All of you are adorable! Now I will imagine your actual face and not a flower when I think of you!!!!

Herb of Grace said...

I sure do love to catch a glimpse of the face behind the keyboard :)

Dani said...

That's YOU! Great to see what you look like! What a fun picture of you with all your lovely kids! :)

Becca said...

AGH!!! I finally can put a face to your words! Such a beautiful family!

Don said...

A picture is worth a 1,000 words. Three boys and a girl... many previous posts just became clearer. ;-)

Mom -- still the most important job in my book.

Don