Sunday, November 16, 2008

Summer Days - remembered






It's November....38 degrees outside tonight - and dropping- and its been raining all day.....the wind has been blowing all day as well, and after a hot bowel of Bean Soup and some sweet corn bread, I'm already missing summer!
So thought I'd take a look back over this past summer tonight....

8 comments:

Our Home Schooler and Jen said...

wtg with the fish :)

I LOVE butterflies

and your sunset
today at church church the preacher talked about the maginficance of God

he showed some photos of what makes him excited about Gods maginiciance - outer space how vast it is and grand and theres so much we are only just beginning to realise

It reminded me of the beautiful sunsets that I LOVE so much

have a nice new week
blessings
Jen

to me God is the greatest artist ever

Kyfarmlife said...

Hi Jen!
I love sunsets and rises too! I always seem to have to take pictures of every one of them! God IS the best artist isnt he! And fishing...ILOVE IT as well!
blessings to you too!

Mad Bush Farm Crew said...

Awesome photos Rae. That butterfly shot is something else. Sorry I haven't been over. In between everything else I'm heading over to see Harriet sort things out on the home from finance wise today.
God I think has a sense of humour. The more I see images of your wonderful home the more determined I am coming over.

Take care Rae
Liz

Kyfarmlife said...

Hey Liz....I'm trying to entice you! LOL I've been praying for you!

Steven said...

excellent post ! I wish to You all the best

Kyfarmlife said...

Thanks Steven, I've been enjoying your blog as well! However the past couple of days I have been unable to post any pictures here or comments on anyones blog! grrrr its aggrivating!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

I'm enjoying all your photos today. Funny how a damaged butterfly can still be brilliantly stunning through your photography :)

~Lisa
New Mexico

Kyfarmlife said...

Thanks Lisa! Glad you stopped by! I read through your blog today as well and really enjoyed it! I thought the broken winged butterfly was pretty too!