Narrow Paths in Central Missouri.
We have waited patiently. Watering. Watching. Hanging Around.
This shot was on Thursday morning.
There will be such excitement come Monday morning 🙂 The children’s flowers have finally bloomed!
But the Behemoth awaits. It is well over 11 feet tall today. No bloom. Praying it doesn’t reach the power lines and get zapped! 😬
For other Weekly Photo Challenges, click here.
I’d like to look up a friend but they are hours away. And probably working right now.
I took time to look up a commentary on a verse I read.
And I’ll most likely look up a good recipe this weekend.
But last night, we stepped out and stood looking up at this humongous sunflower in my garden.
I didn’t plant it here intentionally. It came in the vegie pack next to a green pepper. Apparently, it went unnoticed as I plopped it into the ground. As the rains came and it became obvious it was not a green pepper plant, it also became clear it was too late to tranplant it and risk the health of either plant.
So there you have it. My ‘beanstalk’ as the kids refer to it. Jack may show up soon 🙂
We go together like salt and pepper. They say.
I have a couple of these in a collection.
So more than a couple.
I recently had a new health inspector who hadn’t viewed these before and was forthcoming in his opinion that I share the story ‘inside’ this secretary for future generations. It was quite the opposite inspection visit I expected. I am taking his advice.
In case you’re curious, it survived a F3 tornado back in ’73. I have a post about it here.
To see other photo challenge entries, click here
Early example of “Partners”.
A real Budweiser Clydesdale on the farm and a buggy I wouldn’t want a ride in.
Miss these partners making new music. Maybe they’ll reunite due to lack of funds????
Or just because I’m asking them to here 🙂
For other great entries in the WordPress Photo Challenge, click here.
The power of play at its purest.
Part cowgirl, part librarian.
We have a few spare instruments around our home. There’s my banjo collection; three of them. The eldest daughter has some guitars. One in particular was converted from a classical guitar to a dobro with a simple five dollar metal insert. Then the youngest daughter has a couple mandolins. Finally we were at three violins until we tried our hand at selling one. It sold. But due to personal circumstances that I won’t go into, the buyer asked if we would be interested in buying it back. I did. Not a problem.
Now I’m going to try to find the Spare time to practice a little more.
Jubilant, adjective: showing great joy, satisfaction, or triumph; rejoicing; exultant.
I’m lucky to have a sister who loves taking photos and was ready at a moments notice when the fiance-to-be said, “I’m doing this today.”
Our family is absolutely ‘Jubilant’ for this couple!
Photo Credit: Barbi, my sister 🙂
Play on color: The proud Aunt, Me.
See more Photo Challenge entries here.
So are the woes of a computer that goes berserk.
And I Still had to use the old dinosaur desktop-with-a-tower, slow-as-molasses computer to find these pictures.
There were Matching-Pajama Christmases, Proud High School moments and the Busting-Your-Rear-Ends to Help Mom at craft shows.
I hope you’ll click the link here to view more Faces of the Weekly Photo Challenge.