Of all the times when we see the wild turkeys I've never seen them strutting. This afternoon I finally caught this one. I'm sorry it's so grainy, I took it...
posted on Nov. 30, 2008
This is why I love to journal, save photos, and put memories away in books. My oldest daughter and her two daughters
posted on Nov. 29, 2008
We had a visitor today. Our almost six month old granddaughter, Lili. Here she is with her grandpa.
posted on Nov. 27, 2008
His eye is on the sparrow, and I know he watches me. -Gospel hymn A very Happy Thanksgiving to all of my photoblogging family!
posted on Nov. 26, 2008
This little kitty approached us cautiously and then perched up on the stump to look us over.
posted on Nov. 25, 2008
Prussian Blue & Yellow Ochre
These are from an outing today to Story, Wyoming
posted on Nov. 23, 2008
Where to Start, Where to Start
Not really rushing the season, it's just that we like most people have family strung from one end of the earth to the other. We have a grandson in Iraq, a...
posted on Nov. 22, 2008
It's the Berries
I found these little fruits down by the creek.
posted on Nov. 20, 2008
An unusual light fell across the carpets and walls late yesterday afternoon as I was preparing supper. I grabbed my camera and ran outside and this is what I...
posted on Nov. 19, 2008
The problem with cats is that they get the same exact look whether they see a moth or an axe murderer. -Paula Poundstone
posted on Nov. 18, 2008
This is his “you have a cookie and I know it” look.
posted on Nov. 17, 2008
November has it's own stark beauties, one of them being these seed pods and leaves which are unwilling to give up.
posted on Nov. 13, 2008
With apologies to my friends who don't feel the same, I just have to share some more turkey pictures. We have around 40 of them in our neighborhood. They stop...
posted on Nov. 11, 2008