Hello everyone! Yes, it is July, but yes, I'm still going to post a June happening. This is something we thought about doing for a while and finally decided to do it a few weeks ago: swimming in our pond! But first, before we get started, SBG HAS BEGUN! Check out Clara's post to see … Continue reading Pond Swimming [June Happenings Part II]
Hello everyone! I hope you’re surviving the summer heat. 😛 2018 is over halfway done! Only 165 days until its 2019. We’ve already had several adventures in the halfway point month of this year and I'm going to try to do a mini series about a few of them. First up is definitely of highlight … Continue reading Barn Dancing [June Happenings Part I]
Hello everyone! I hope you're having a wonderful almost-summer day! Today I'm going to be doing sort of a random photography post but with more of a theme. 🙂 I've collected pictures of over 30 of my favorite things to show you today. Shall we begin? (In no particular order) Gardening (though maybe not the … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Things
How is everyone doing this fine March day? (Greeting credit to Clara XD) Time for another random post from me. This will be partly a photography post, but as it would be short with only my photos, I will be sharing some of my favorite donkey photos with you. 🙂 And then to add yet … Continue reading Raindrops on Windshields and Books in Libraries (+ DONKEYS) (+PRINTABLES)
Today I'm going to be sharing some of my photography I've taken over the last little while with my sister's DSLR. I don't regularly use it, but Allison does let me take pictures with it occasionally.
I recently went out to the garden to take some pictures of the gorgeous zinnias we planted, but I decided to take pictures of the other ripening produce as well.First of all, the green beans. I'm not a huge green bean enthusiast, although canned green beans can taste pretty good. The rows of green beans … Continue reading Garden Photography
Like you probably already know from the title, today I have some pictures of flowers that I took a few days ago. The lighting was kinda harsh for some of these pictures, but I think most of them turned out well. To start with, here are some clustered bellflowers. Look! It's a baby praying mantis. Next … Continue reading Blossoms
It is officially spring now. Even if it is just fifty-three degrees and cloudy outside, the calendar says that it's spring, so maybe the weather will live up to that now. It snowed a few days ago, but everything has melted by now. There are a few flowers that survived the cold, and I took some … Continue reading Happy Spring!
Hello! I'm finally willing to let summer go. Even though I miss the warm mornings and school-free days, I'm glad for the colors of fall that are beginning to show, as well as boots and flannel. 🙂 Our chrysanthemums are probably the most colorful plants around our farm. The trees seem to want to hold … Continue reading Mums and Leaves
Hey everyone! I decided it was time for another Name that Flower and Caption It. 🙂 Here are the flowers. And then the photo you get to caption is this: Have fun! 🙂
Hello everyone! I'm here with the results of this post. 🙂 So, first I'll show you the flowers and their names. Peony! Star of Bethlehem! Lady's Slipper! Eastern Redbud! And the winner? The winner is... * * * * * * BELLA! From Book Sweet. 😀 Congratulations Bella, you got every single one right! And … Continue reading Name That Flower and Caption It Results
Aloha! 😀 Proabably some of my readers remember Name That Flower, but I'd be surprised if you remember Caption It. 😛 Anyway! I'll do both. 😀 Le regles: Look at the flowers below Comment saying what you think they are Wait for a post saying what they where and who got the most right Le fleurs: … Continue reading Name That Flower! and Caption It
How are you doing tonight? Remember those two little robins and the egg that I posted a picture of in this post? Well, the egg hatched and they are growing like crazy! I got the photos below a few days ago, and today when I looked they had changed so much. They were getting tons … Continue reading Robins and Rain