Hello all! Again, thank you all so much for your kind comments. It sure is good to have pals all over the country!
Today I am just going to show some photos that have been adding up. Maybe I will combine these photos with another blog award I got from PJ. Thank you for the award, PJ! I’m supposed to share 10 things I love. Let’s see if the photos can fit the bill!
2. How could I not love this guy?
3. God’s creation: a perfect bouquet in the middle of nowhere:
4. Ooh, this next one is a strange one, but I love it! When I was at my heaviest, you could not see any veins in my hands or my arms. If I had to get blood drawn, there was one tiny vein in my hand that I would always instruct them to use, because if they tried for a vein in my arm, they NEVER got it. When I started to lose weight, the veins started to appear. Now, they look gigantic. I like to think it is because I am lifting weights and exercising in general. But it could possibly be because I am getting older. (I actually used to have nightmares about an old lady with big veins chasing me everywhere…) Anyway, I get a kick out of the the veins in my hand and arm. No more worries about a difficult blood draw!
Okay, this next picture doesn’t count as something I love. It is a set-up for the next picture. On Friday I took my dad out for Father’s day. We went to Coyote Point (was that a recommendation I read on your blog, Pubsgal?) It was a delightful day. Mostly it was geared toward educating kids. But my dad really enjoyed it. We watched the bobcat feeding.
I told Dad he was the oldest kid there.
5. I love my Dad!
6. I love nature, I love waterfalls, and I love my little ‘private’ waterfall.
7. Oh, y’all knew this one was coming. I LOVE food!
Ruh Roh. Ran out of pictures before I named 10 things I love. Gotta dig into the archives.
8. I love Tofini (don’t ask me how I come up with these nicknames.)
9. I love Monkey Man.
10. And of course, I love quilting!
Well, again it is late, and I must bid you a fond adieu! And again I have more to say. Come back tomorrow for my musings on ‘The Journey.’