When I arrived home from my extended hospital stay and open heart surgery was greeted with a garden full of beautiful irises! I’d like to share a few pictures with you. :)
Hi Gang. I’m back! It has been six months since the onset of my illness, and after open heart surgery last month I’m on the mend. I wanted to do Ed’s challenge this week, but since i”m unable to get out and take pictures yet I’l going to cheat a bit and post wildflower picctures from my archieves.
Happy Mother’s to you all. I am blessed to see another year!
This past week was pretty busy around here, and I wasn’t out at night so I am submitting some archieve shots this challenge. I hope all of my American friends had a wonderful Thanksgiving.
We had a terrific Thanksgiving. Ed is home and we went down to our other son’s for dinner on Thursday, a wonderful gathering. And I’ve cooked several of Ed’s favorite dishes for him before he has to return to the road tonight. :)
This was a difficult challenge for me as I have lots and lots of my favorite subject….sunrises! For about six months out of the years we spend our Saturdays doing the Farmer’s Market in Knoxville, and several other craft shows so we are on the road very early in the mornings. This picture is by far my very favorite. We were on our early morning drive to Oak Ridge for a craft show when I was able to capture this beautiful sunrise over the lake.
This coming week we celebrate a wonderful family holiday, when family and friends gather to eat fabulous yummy food! We will be going down to Georgia (Ed too) to celebrate with our youngest son and his wife. Be safe in your travels and don’t worry about the calories! :)
Since this is my favorite color I had fun with this one. Most of my pictures I took yesterday at the Farmer’s Market, Market Square, Knoxville, Tn.
There were several potters at the Market, and I chose some of their pieces to photograph.
I hope you enjoyed all of my “Blue” selections for this week, and only one archieve! :)