Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Happy Halloween!

Well, I haven't carved a pumpkin yet this year, how about you?

(Josh carved one tonight at Maggie's house...of the Canadian flag...yep...I guess he saw a maple leaf cookie cutter. Make sense, I guess)

Anyway....if you feel a little left out...and are dying to carve your own pumpkin..........this is for you:


(but....you don't get any pumpkin seeds to roast. Now that is a down side)


(and don't forget to clean up your mess...carving pumpkins is a dirty job!)

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Little Drummer Boy

Josh is CRAZY for the drums! He has a lot of talent, but I especially love his passion. I love how excited he gets about anything musical.


Saturday, October 25, 2008

Pullin' in to Wal-Mart...

...just one reason I love living in the valley.

Where do I start?

I just got on my blog and looked at my unposted blogs. Pictures I wanted to share but hadn't written about. Add to that an incredibly full last few months, and I think I should blog ten times a day for the next little while.

I can't get overwhelmed. This is supposed to be fun.

So...I am just going to share what I can.

I love reading all your blogs, though. I am glad you are better at this than I am. Keep them coming.

See you soon!

Ceiling Art

The skies have been just beautiful lately....most the time I don't have my camera with me.
I did capture the sky a couple of times recently, though. The above picture was taken last week in the mall parking lot right before sundown.

I picked up Josh and friends from marching band practice the other day, and stopped while driving out of the high school because the sky took my breath away.

I need to remember to look up.

Yep...that's a good thing to remember.

ByeBye to Summer!

OK...so I know Halloween is around the corner...and we are smack dab in the middle of my favorite season of the year, but I came across these pics of the beauty I enjoyed in my own front yard this summer, and just felt grateful.
His creations are all around us.

(Click on the collage for a bigger picture)