Share the Joy Thursday: The Men in My Life

What gives me joy?

The men in my life. . .
my dad and my sons

and the birthday boy
son of my son.

To play along and share the joy:

1. do a post that tells and shows us
 what gives you joy.

2. capture the URL of the specific post 
and paste it into the Mr. Linky box along with your name.

3. visit other players -- as many as possible -- 
and let their joy infect you.  
Leave them a comment about their post.

Let's start an epidemic of joy!


rebecca said…
dear meri,

thank you for sharing your handsome menfolk. lovely every one.
How could you NOT be joyful with all these smiling faces surrounding you?
gma said…
All of them handsome! The birthday boy is extra cute. Family=true joy!
I was so excited to post my joy I actually did it Tuesday.
foxysue said…
Oh boy! How we adore them!

Love Sue x
Laura said…
oh so precious these loves of yours Meri!
Kim Mailhot said…
Beautiful men. Beautioful Man Love. Happy Thursday, Lovely One !
deb did it said…
oh my what handsome men you have!!
(or do they have YOU???) ~JOY~JOY~JOY~
Dawn Elliott said…
The wonderful men in our lives truly are a blessing! Thanks for appreciating them with us today.
Carmen said…
very handsome specially the little one ;-)
Olivia said…
Oh, don't we need to appreciate the men? Thank you again for this spiritual practice, Meri. xoO
Anonymous said…
Hi Meri, I tried on Thursday to link my participation on Share The Joy Thursday but Blogger was having a very bad day, so here I am, two days late to let you know I played along! Have a great weekend.
Meri, hello...........thanks for stopping in to say hello. I think your tribute to all your men in your life is so sweet. Our families are our Joy!
Yes, I'm in the south where spring turns hot early. This year the exception having a cool spring. We've already been through several blooming seasons, now we are ready for our summer blooms........Interesting to hear how some of you are just now getting daffodils. I'm your newest follower and I hope you will come visit me often.

The French Hutch

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