...is willing to accept that she creates her own reality except for some of the parts where she can't help but wonder what the hell she was thinking.
~Thank you to Brian Andreas
You do sound so happy and that makes me happy for you! Lovely post! Always wonderful to grow things! Magical in it's own way! Hope you have a lovely Sunday! Enjoy, my friend!Sylvia
I see a very strong resemblance between you and your father.Everything is so green there. We're almost there but not quite.Enjoy your Sunday and enjoy those parents.
Not only is there a facial resemblence you clearly inherited his love of gardening .. that was a lot of hard work getting the earth turned and ready ...
You are so lucky to have them both still. Enjoy and cherish. Always.
They are amazing.
loving this portrait. convert it to BW and it would look timeless
This may be your best shot. Ever.
Beautiful photo and sentiments, here. I can smell the soil and feel your joy.
Good pics. Where u get guys such nice spots and views.
Pefect combination, plus a beatifully composed photograph...
Sweet, beautiful, and wonderful. That's the way to live.
I can almost smell the earth!
Annie: Those are very healthy pursuits.
I can feel the soil under my fingernails. I can feel the breeze and hear someone humming. What a beautiful photo!!Congrats on your POTWHugsSueAnn
congrats on the POTW, it's nice to "meet" you.and that photo, um. wow. just. wow.I want to be them when I grow up.
Back to say Congrats on the POTW mention from Hilary
"There's no place like home.""Home is where the heart is."Maybe they are trite sayings...but oh, so true!
beautiful photocongrats on POTW
the most wonderful folks in the most wonderful place on earth...that says it all. smiles. congrats on the PoTW!
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