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Category Archives: Weekly Photo Challenge
This is definitely wrong – water shooting up in the middle of the road that runs by my house. Workers have been in the process of replacing the road for several days (it sometimes seems like years). I’m not sure … Continue reading
2nd daughter singing 3rd grandchild to sleep at Grandawn’s house when he was a little baby. Close, even with the netting between them.
My friend, JoAnn, decided to have the wood floor in her bedroom refinished, paint, get new bedroom furniture, and get new sink and countertop for bathroom. I went to Oklahoma City today to be at her house with workmen and … Continue reading
I took this photograph of 1st daughter on a visit to the Florida Keys many, many years ago before we had digital cameras. So it has been scanned into my computer and is not as good in quality. But, this … Continue reading
Loving hands of Mommy and Daddy for newborn (3rd grandchild born 2008). Mommy: Daddy: Daddy’s Loving Hands helping Mommy during labor:
The grass seed is blue so you can see where you’ve spread it.
This is a “blue” baby.
In 2010, my two loving daughters took me to New York City to celebrate my 60th birthday. We were able to be there on my birthday. We literally “ran” all over NYC that day. Then, that night, after attending the matinee of … Continue reading
This was, actually, the photo challenge for last week, but these pictures so fit that challenge. Yesterday, in my attempt to circumvent the pity party to which I had succumbed, I continued volunteering at the Oklahoma Special Olympics at Oklahoma State University. … Continue reading
I like red. It’s a first sign of spring. It’s good to eat. It warms and brightens my living room. It warms my feet. It warms and brightens my heart. Weekly Photo Challenge: Red