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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

SOME THINGS THAT MAKE ME SMILE!


Ethan's test results look good. Jenn has posted some info about her little sweetie. Go over and check it out.


Columbine taken from underneath. When the light is behind, all the veins and intricacies in the petals show the awesome and wonderful creation of our Lord. Click to enlarge. Just imagine he did all this for one little flower!



Here is Miss Julia at her first painting lesson. Oils are difficult for a 9 year old. We'll use acrylic's next time. I think she did really well for her first time. Great grandma helpd her some.


This was taken around 1994 It's my grandson Johnny with my antique accordian. From the look on his face I'd say not his favorite instrument! LOL

Please pray for this young man who is trying to learn to live with bi Polar. Heavenly Father, remember our Johnny.



This is my grandma, Lucy and my father Kenny taken around 1924. Isn't he cute? Lucy wasn't quite 5 ft. tall. She had five children.



My great granddaughter Hailee a few years ago, in one of my gardens. She is a little princess and the most lovely of all the flowers my gardens ever knew.





I thought I'd post a variety of pictures today. It's just that kind of day for me. Lots to do and so much going on in my head it's hard to focus on just one thing.



Yesterday I froze green beans, picked blackberries and froze them and weeded some of the garden in front of the house. It needs to be finished today. Also I have great healthy Purslane plants taking over the gravel driveway. Gotta yank them out too!



I have some Gravenstein apples gathered and need to figure out what to do with them. I'm thinking of hot apple pie.....but trying not to!


I hope you are all having a wonderful and blessed week.

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