Monday, September 7, 2009

Country drive, cross stitch & Katie

Now what is better than those 3 things? LOL! I had to post on blogger as wordpress will not let me add pictures or do much of anything. I am back to cross stitching on Rainbow Bridge. Yep, I finally went and bought the missing floss.
And here is the angel as I left her. The wings are done and now I am working on the moon behind her.
Here is one of Jack's dollies that he just finished. I like the colors a lot. perfect for the colors in our little home.
This was Katie this afternoon, waiting for dad to come home from a trip to the store. She can see him come up the drive from her vantage point.
Looking down the highway at the prairie near El Do. I think it is quite lovely and I try to imagine what it must have been like 100 years ago.
I can never get the spelling right, so here is the sign.
One last prairie picture. I could spend forever here just looking and enjoying.
We went east on a road not to far north of us called Lake Hill Road on the south edge of Camp Galilee. Well we ended up behind Silverline ranch which is pretty much the largest one in our county. We were greeted by the llamas and enjoyed watching them for a bit.
All in all it was a wonderful ride. We went way east, then north a bit and south back home. Of course we did get us a couple big drinks from sonic first. So that is it for me. God bless and keep you.

6 comments:

Susan said...

Glad to hear you had such a nice outing. I don't know a think about Wordpress. It's always just been Blogger for me :o)
Susan

Sharon said...

What a nice drive! Thank you for sharing. You've almost got that moon done!!!

PEA said...

Wordpress and Blogger both seem to be having issues with downloading pictures! You're really coming along well with your angel cross stitch, she's so beautiful. I loved seeing the pictures of the prairie scenery...as you say, one can picture what it must have been like 100 years ago:-) xoxo

More Than Conquerors said...

Hi Michelle, Glad you are back at Blogger :) Thanks for sharing your beautiful handiwork and lovely photos with us. Thank God for blessing your trip! Take care and have a blessed weekend! Huggles

PlainCatholic said...

Michelle, I do like those pictures! So how did Katie react to the llamas?

Sonic limeades are wonderful and a rare treat for us. God bless you all.

~~Deby said...

Great pictures...I am just trying to catch up with favorite blogs..after not reading blogs for so long...
I will make note of your new address...
Deby