Sunday, September 25, 2011
This was a drive-by shot. My husband once in the car wants to go, go, go. So...I take my shots when I can zooming by in a fast moving vehicle. This again is among my favorites. The house standing alone in an expansive field....and that ominous sky sets a tone.
The highlight of this trip involved a little boy at play. As we drove along in our little car, he interrupted his play with a friend and yelled, "I like you's car!" This was our first road trip in our little car: Eastport, Maine. The location was chosen so we could partake of the festivities that come with visiting Raye's Mustard on National Mustard Day. My palate was loaded with sensations, while Jerry simply browsed the shop. His dislike of vinegar has limited his experiences!
For years, I have been trying to talk a wee girl into riding horses. Finally, finally she thought she would like to try it out. And try it out she did. My friend Jenny, who so graciously offered to teach her to ride said that she's a natural. It makes a Mumma happy when her children discover a passion. It is that passion that will feed us and sustain us through this journey of life.
Saturday, April 23, 2011
I am currently grateful for the beauty that my two orchids are providing me on a daily basis. This is an image of the second one I bought a few days following the first purchase. Yesterday, I went to the store to pick up a third, but alas they were ALL gone.
Monday, April 18, 2011
This sweet petite kitty is fondly referred to as Mumma Kitty....she was abandoned in the gravel pit and was pregnant when we brought her home. She gave birth to Harry one of the most beautiful cats I have ever seen. Long, sleek and elegant with a chiseled face....oh, wait this post in about Mumma, not Harry. Her meow is a squeak...a petite squeak for a wee cat.