Friday, April 26, 2013

Take A Walk With Us

Scenes From Our World
This is some of what's been happening in our corner of the world the last couple of weeks. 
Forsythia blooming in the front yard.
Neighbors' little flag blowing in the breeze and daffodils blooming.

Lucan napping in the sun.
Clear, bright Moon.
Trees budding.
A Purple Finch, our state bird, visiting the feeder.
Forsythia blooming in the backyard by the stone wall.

Moon glow.

Sunset Meadows


Lots of pretty sunsets lately. Some have been completely blinding.
What's been happening in your world?
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Hope you're all well and have plans for a wonderful weekend. Ours will include, hopefully, the conclusion of the new shower construction. We're nearly there thankfully.  It's a beautiful Spring like day finally, so I'm going to try to get my work done early so I can play hooky outside in the garden later this afternoon. We'll see how that works out.  Tonight, off to the neighbors for cocktail hour. If the weather cooperates, it would be nice to get a campfire in sometime over the weekend. Fingers crossed on that front.
Have a good one.
Ciao for now,
PS- In case you missed it, I'm donating all the proceeds of the sale of my Grow Love print through 5/3 to Bucks for Bauman.  You get some wall art and help Boston bombing survivor Jeff Bauman, who lost both of his legs in the explosions.  Thanks to those who have bought Grow Love already this week, much appreciated.


  1. This week has been vacation week at school so there are very few people around when I arrive at work in the morning, and I have been greeted everyday by twelve giant wild turkeys!

    1. I took the hound over to the field a couple of times. One day, the two deers that began their life in the woods out back were there. They saw me first so I only got to see their tails bob away. Couple of days later, our The Winnicutt Road Gang-- our flock of marauding turkers where there. Tom was very busy entertaining the ladies....puffing up his feathers and all. Quite amusing. Hope you had a good vacation week. Beautiful first entry on your blog M.E.!

  2. Nice corner of the world you have there. Our valley is equally lovely but our backyard far less romantic

    1. I think so too. I don't know if I've ever thought of the backyard as romantic- LOL. But if you say must be the stonewall.

  3. Pam, I love your photographs. The forsythia are especially gorgeous! And the moon, always the moon.
    Our last few days were on the Cape, in Truro, opening up our camper. Thankful for several days of good weather in a row!

    1. Thanks Kathy..........aren't the forsythia just a pop of color at this time of year after our winters. So happy looking. oooo, how nice, camper on the cape!!! Do you guys go down every weekend? jealous. if you ever travel with it, my client has campground in white mountains and has lots of seasonal campers too.


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