Category Archives: flowers

March Memories

 A few Saturdays ago we went to take pictures in the blooming orchards.  Well, it turns out that the orchards in my memory weren’t on the street I remembered.  But, we found these cool trees in the process.  Eliana was … Continue reading

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Rachel to the Rescue!

Eliana can pull herself up on things like chairs, the couch, walls, people, and other objects that are taller than her.  She hasn’t stood up by herself yet.  If you let go of her hands, she can stand for a … Continue reading

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Early Morning Surprise

 Early Morning Surprise (Inspired by Mr. William Carlos Williams) by Tasha Guess So much depends upon an early morning feed and an unpleasant smell found on my baby’s head Have you ever read Love that Dog or Hate that Cat by … Continue reading

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I’ve never really noticed tulips before, but I’ve decided that they are delightful!  Aren’t these eye catching?  My mom’s birthday is in March.  We didn’t get to see her on her birthday, but we brought her these when we saw her this … Continue reading

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Friday’s Walk

 There is a field near Kyle’s work.  He showed me where these purple flowers were.  I never would have noticed them if I was driving.  I’m so glad we were walking and got to enjoy their beauty.  Can you find … Continue reading

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Roadside Beauties

Eliana and I brought a meal to some friends who live about 30 minutes away.  In between our homes is some gorgeous country side.  On the way home we stopped off to capture some of God’s stunning work. Eliana is … Continue reading

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A Spring Walk

I know that it is technically still winter for a few more days, but I see spring everywhere!  Kyle was sick Friday through Sunday.  He slept probably close to 20 hours of the first two days.  So, Eliana and I … Continue reading

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