This week Cee had some reflective questions in her Share Your World challenge. I kept the answer fairly short – didn’t want to ramble on…
What would you name the autobiography of your life?
Lessons in Life I Wish I Had Learned Before I Made the Mistake
Which do you prefer sweet, salty or buttery?
Sweet best but salty follows the sweet
What’s the finest education?
The one that challenges you and feeds your mind…
What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week?
Watching the calves run and play with each other in the cool rain.
Welcome to week 23 of the 52 Tuesdays Challenge! Each week I chose a word that begins with at T and share my photos, stories or even a quote. I ask that you join me in the Challenge and share your own photos, stories, quotes, whatever as well. Just link back to this blog post or add your own blog post link to the comments. Have fun!
This week’s T word is Together!
What I love about the word together is that it means we are sharing, doing, being – all of us at the same time. And then it makes me curious about what everyone else is doing, together!
One quote that fits the word this week is:
The best thing to hold on to in life is each other – Audrey Hepburn .
My husband and I love to adventure together. Sometimes, if things don’t go perfect, he’ll say “Making memories”. And we laugh because it is true. They will be adventures to tell our grandchildren about. So enjoy my Together photos and the accompanying stories then share yours with everyone by linking back to this wee’s T Challenge!
Because I love vodka martinis and lots of color, this display on the cruise ship from our honeymoon is a still-life favorite – nothing better than vodka and olive juice together!
This photo is from our honeymoon. We were in Vancouver and taking a tour of the city. At the park this little family of raccoons hung out together asking for ice cream leftovers. They were pretty cute!
You’ve probably seen posts of my pets on the blog. My cat, Tori, came with me into our family and then Cedar was our next pet to be added. Cedar loved to try to play with Tori, but most of the time she ignored him. But I did snag a picture of them napping together once…
Welcome to week 21 of the 52 Tuesdays Challenge! Each week I chose a word that begins with at T and share my photos, stories or even a quote. I ask that you join me in the Challenge and share your own photos, stories, quotes, whatever as well. Just link back to this blog post or add your own blog post link to the comments. Have fun!
This week’s T word is Tree!
I love flowers so a flowering tree is a big bonus for me. The one I am sharing with you today is one of my favorites – it is in the yard where my husband grew up. I also love it because it is just a beautiful representation of the seasons. So I’m sharing with you today the series “Glenna’s Dogwood”. (Glenna being my husband’s late mother.)
Glenna’s Dogwood in the Snow
Glenna’s Dogwood in the Spring
Glenna’s Dogwood in the Fall
Welcome to week 20 of the 52 Tuesdays Challenge! Each week I chose a word that begins with at T and share my photos, stories or even a quote. I ask that you join me in the Challenge and share your own photos, stories, quotes, whatever as well. Just link back to this blog post or add your own blog post link to the comments. Have fun!
This week’s T word is Tranquil: peaceful, quiet, calm.
My tranquil places are all in nature. I absolutely love the beach! So I thought I would share new photos with you of some of my past trips to the beach. (and some have my family in them because it’s even more fun with family!)
Relaxing at the beach with my daughter
Love it when my hubby shares what he finds when we are snorkeling!
Horse stable beach in North Caicos
Sunset in Key Largo
Spring has definitely sprung here in Schulenburg, TX. For the rest of the world that’s a very, very small town somewhere right in the middle of the triangle of Austin, Houston, and San Antonio. Rural is a mild word for the spot. But it does run near IH 10. (and if you’ve never been around here then you better hop thru on IH 10 from San Antonio or Houston and eat at Frank’s. It’s closing this fall after 88 years in business and their home-made bread is better than your grandmother’s!)
Ah, but I went down a rabbit trail…. on our (new to us) land we have a whole passel of spring flowers. We’ve got the usual bluebonnets and Indian paintbrushes. A kind of dandelion I haven’t seen before and some dewberry flowers. (If you want to take a peek at those I featured them in my 52 Tuesdays Challenge #19:Tiny)
Wow! I keep going down rabbit trails..though it is close to Easter…
So, in participating with Dutch Goes The Photo’s Tuesday Photo Challenge of Spring, I wanted to ask for your help with some of the flowers – some might say weeds (gasp!!!). I don’t know the names of them and please share if you recognize them! Much appreciated! and Enjoy!
On these yellow ones, the stems grow out at ground level much like a dahlia…
This one has petals resembling a bluebonnet except they are purple instead of the blue and are about 3-4 inches taller.
This pretty and tiny blue flower was scarce but seemed perfect on every petal.
This pretty, pale, pale, hint of blue was also 3-4 inches taller than a bluebonnet and I’m wondering if it is the first bloom of my second two images…
How do you wish? What do you wish for? The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Wish is truly inspiring. I love the thought of pixies and fairies out there making my wishes come true. And those heavenly godmothers looking out for you…
So enjoy this week’s Wish!
It’s another Tuesday for the 52 Tuesdays Challenge! I pick a word that starts with a T and you share your favorite photos, stories or thoughts on that word of the week. We can have a lot of fun! Join me!
For this week we are going with the word TWO! Enjoy!