The prompts: Mobile, Hanging by a Thread, Collage, Look on the Bright Side, Home
Dear Friends who will drop by here from the great Ashley Sisk Scavenger Hunt Sunday,
I truly must confess that most of these pictures are old shots. The prompt “mobile” had me downloading my camera photos FOR THE YEAR and I used a couple of them plus an old non-mobile one. The only ones I took this week were “hanging by a thread” and “collage”. I used my photo booth to take a silhouette of myself for “collage”. Anyway, that is a BIG job done, sorting all those camera pics. Also, I am happy to report that I will be working for pay again. I begin on Monday so I spent much of this week preparing for that. I am just so thankful that I am able to post the hunt. It’s Saturday night and I am just putting on the finishing touches. I hope you enjoy what you see.
My husband, son and two of the grandkids and I went to get ice cream. Across from the ice cream store is an old cemetery where my father’s mother’s family Have been buried for generations. Their tombstones go back to the early 1700’s and have revolutionary soldier markers on some of the graves. Having 3 generations of my own family walking down to the graves was a photo moment to me. I didn’t have my camera, but I did have my phone! I love how the light showered my family with glory rays from heaven.
Hanging by a Thread
I marvel every time I see a spider weaving a web. I have trouble crocheting with a hook and two hands and he makes this out of spit!
Me, me and me
Look on the Bright Side
I was walking home on the dark side of the cemetery (not the same cemetery as the one above) and “looking on the bright side”. I love the rainbow effect the sunset had.
This is my home. I love every little inch of it. My husband did it all over inside and then we contracted to have siding and a sun room put on. Every time I look at it I say, “You are the cutest little house.” I am so thankful I can call this wee bit of a house “Home”.
Have a great week,