Saturday, May 30, 2015
Friday, May 29, 2015
Thursday, May 28, 2015
the clothes hanging out on the
We love this song by Sara Evans and we both started singing it when we saw this fence.
Blueberry bushes behind the fence.
Hope you’ve having a great day and singing while you work!
I’m joining Tex for the
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
I mentioned that I went to the library and came home with a stack of books.
Right now I’m reading Mademoiselle Chanel by C. W. Gortner, all about the life of Coco Chanel. I’m finding it very entertaining.
What are you reading this week?
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
You just never know what you’ll find when you thrift shop.
I was hoping to find something ‘new’ to read but found this instead! (and then I found some books and magazines at the library the same day! YAY!!!)
It was a dusty old cross stitch that I loved at first sight!
And it was perfect for a little ‘red white and blue’!
Look at the writing on the back.
I love that this Nana signed her creation!
This bookcase has all of my old children’s books that I cherish and I try to mix things up on the top shelf.
I’m joining the Vintage Inspiration Link party HERE,
and Roses of Inspiration.
I hope you’ve had a wonderful holiday weekend!
Monday, May 25, 2015
Saturday, May 23, 2015
What do bloggers love to do most?
(I’m at a winery but don’t say drink! hahaha!)
Hubby surprised me with a new camera for Mother’s Day, the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS.
Montanagirl mentioned this camera HERE and I might have ‘hinted’ for it.
I still love the tiny Canon S100 but I wanted one that had a more powerful zoom.
This was taken at Sholom Park.
And I needed a better Macro setting for taking flowers and critters.
Debby asked me about my camera when I posted the photo of this woodpecker.
I was about 10 ft away from him and zoomed.
I was across the street from this Red Shouldered Hawk.
It’s been such fun to use and I’m still learning.
I’m joining Saturday’s critters HERE.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
What might you see if you hike some of the trails at Lake Griffin State Park?
Dead River feeds into the lake and it’s beautiful!
But what brings many people to this park is this ancient Live Oak Tree.
Follow the nature trail to see the 2nd largest Live Oak tree in the State of Florida, estimated to be 300 – 500 years old according to the Florida Parks website HERE.
It is GIGANTIC!
It really is hard to get a photo to really show what you are seeing!
Hubby stood in front of it. He’s 6 ft tall and slender but he looks like a little kid standing there.
I look tiny! hahaha!
What a wonderful place to spend the day!
I’m joining Tex for the