The Farmer’s Market

I’ve been going to the farmer’s market for the last three weeks.  I love going to the market.  I take my soaps.Soaps ew

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Now that school is done, I have been baking as well.  I tried new recipes for apple pie bites and tomato basil bread.  I also made several other kinds of bread.  I plan on continuing the baking while I’m not teaching.

apple pie bites aw



tomato basil bread aw


I also love seeing the other vendors and people.

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weekend reflections

weekend reflections and SOOC

(horse and corn pool SOOC)

(horse and corn pool SOOC)

It’s a nice relaxing way to spend a Friday evening.

Sharing with SOOC Sunday and Weekend Reflections.

Valentine Scavenger Hunt

This week for Scavenger Hunt Sunday, we have the following items:  writing, curly, love, my view, and pattern.

Every time we get those warm days, I think spring.  When it turns cold again, I’m wishing for warm weather.  That means I had to get another boquet of flowers to get me through.

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Pattern:  Love the pattern in this flower.

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My view:  It’s all about the flowers this week.

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Love:  I love this one!  The wine, I mean.  It’s sweet plum that we made in 2013.  It’s really improved with age, and I liked it before.

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Curly:  These leaves had the best curl to them.

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Writing:  Happy Valentine’s Day!  I know I’m late, but I shared it on my Facebook photography page in a more timely manner.

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Be sure to visit Ashley for more Scavenger Hunt Sunday shots.

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I’m also sharing with Macro Monday, I Heart Macro, and Weekend Reflections.

A Stroll in the Pasture Scavenger Hunt

Today’s topics for Ashley’s Scavenger Hunt Sunday are:  color, view, stroll, outfit, and blocks.

I am so excited that I got my old barnyard sneakers on.  It’s the first I’ve worn them as part of my outfit since the toe surgery.  Yeah, they might have had a few cobwebs on them.


I went outside, and there was a bright splash of color before I even got off my deck.  I bought a fall floral arrangement to use in my mini photo shoots at the end of the month.

mum and grasshopper

Since I had those more sturdy shoes, I decided to take a stroll in the pasture.    The goats aren’t used to seeing me out there anymore.



On the bottom, you’ll see a three generation shot.  Gidget is the kid to the left.  Her mom, Blaze, is in the middle and Grandma Kizzy is in the front.

Goat collage

These are just a few of the things I got to view out there today.

water ditch

pasture finds

Finally, one of my favorite rocks out in pasture (I have quite a few favorites) is a conglomerate rock.  I love that it’s made up of so many stones as little building blocks.

conglomerate rock

I’m working hard to get caught up visiting people again.  I don’t know how I get so far behind, but I’m trying.

Sharing with Mosaic Monday, Monday Mellow Yellows, SOOC Sunday (all photos), Shadow Shot Sunday2, Weekend Reflections, Macro Monday, and I Heart Macro

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