Oh wow, those are some really gorgeous photos. What a wonderful way to start off a Friday. Have a great weekend
have a wonderful weekend!
the moon has been something lately, hasn't it?have a good weekend!
I was never able to read that series to my boys, but I have high hopes to read it to my daughter, as I personally never read it. Happy weekend, hope the night sky is clear.
More light every day = a way happier me. And I know just how you feel about the Little House books. I love them!I love your Friday night family movie night. My boys are 2 and 4, so it's not happening quite yet (not a long enough attention span!) but I'm looking forward to it in the years to come. Old movies, popcorn, maybe some smores made on the woodstove... hooray!Happy Weekend to you.
Love the five senses!!I have been meaning to make my own for a while but Fridays are always so busy!Nice to read yours:)
Happy Friday to you, too!Hope you get some rest this weekend - I usually stay up late at night, but I've been in bed by 11:30 these days (early for me!). It's the cold, gray weather out there that just makes me want to shut-it-down at the end of the day.
I just love your photos...and LOVE Little House...I read and reread those books so mnay times!
loving these photos, lecia! Have fun with the absent minded professor.... one of my favorites!
I reread the Little House books this last summer....and realized exactly how influential they had been on my life!
Lecia, Now that I live in Little House on the Prairie Land I have read memoir after memoir of what it was like for those pioneers of the same time period. Although it is harsh in the story of when she's first married Manny - it doesn't even come close to what many settlers went through for decades of their lives just to exist here! Makes the lives of the old sourdoughs up north almost seem like fairy tales. I know how busy you are but let me know if you want some titles of those amazing memoirs!! This is also the longest lived section of the U.S. and there are still many elders who grew up in dugouts during their early years!
i should join you for 5 sense friday. i love it when you do this. beautiful imagery all the way around.nicolahttp://whichname.blogspot.com
Those daffodils are absolutely gorgeous. They make my heart feel happy. I used to love reading Little House on the Prairie as a little girl. But I only got through the first one or two books ever. I just liked the details of the ways the pioneers lived, the story was never that important!Here's my Five Senses Friday!http://blogged-down.com/2010/01/22/five-senses-friday-january-22-2010/
Happy Weekend, Lecia, with your lovely family!Get some rest!
Have a wonderful weekend, Lecia!
I missed this on Friday, but happy to see it today on this rainy Monday. Lovely photos...and quick snippets about your life (I love the Five Senses Friday!)
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