a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Things I Have Learned This Past Week...

We were blessed with green tomatoes.
Sometimes the blurry pictures are the best.
There are many ways to carve a pumpkin.
Sometimes dogs and children look alike.
Look at those mouths!
Football is scary without padding,
heck, it's scary with padding!
Sometimes simple colors are the most beautiful.
and Mother Nature always has something to share,
if you just look.

18 comments:

Nora said...

I think that blurry photo of Zander is just precious, but all the photos are nice. The green tomatoes look great. I'm ready to have them fried right now.

Rural Rambler said...

I have enjoyed the things you have learned this past week. And the pictures as well!

Teresa aka JW said...

I love the lessons you learned. Heck, I love learning the lessons.

T

Jules said...

Green tomatoes, fried? And that is the only way to play football :) Just saying, we never could afford helmets; probably with I'm so warped :D
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

COUNTRY GAL said...

Great photos, I especially like the blurry one of Zander looks awsome ! Have a great day ! PS were did you get your blog background !

Nezzy said...

I adore little Zander's blurred precious little face!

The dog~kid pic cracked me up and girl I had to look twice before I spotted the frog in the pic!

Love this list sweetie!

God bless ya and have a terrific day!

Judy said...

Wonderful...thanks

Sunny said...

A wonderful collection of lessons learned. Other ways to carve a pumpkin cracked me up!
Love your header pictures, especially the horse shadow :)
☼ Sunny

ellen abbott said...

all good things to know.

Linda in New Mexico said...

I loved all your lessons, Zander's precious face, the football but my favorite is the simple colors....been walking more and have also let Mother Nature surprise me with her simple truths. Great photos, great lessons, thanks, The Olde Bagg

Far Side of Fifty said...

Kids and dogs are often times alike..you have a photo to prove it! Your frog is well hidden..you can go to the head of the class..you learned some good stuff this week:)

Melissa said...

These pictures are fabulous! I love them. The last one is a little creepy because I couldn't even tell it was a frog/toad right away. It took me a second.

Carol Kilgore said...

I love these photos. You have a great eye.

Rudee said...

I had to double click that last photo twice to figure it out. Once again, your eye for unusual photo composition boggles my mind. You're so talented!

Janice said...

All true and cute. I'm glad I wasn't in the room with your little pumkin carver.

Gus, Louie and Callie said...

Oh yes boys and dogs there is no better combination...


Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie

Greener Pastures--A City Girl Goes Country said...

Those are great observations! I loved them all Gail.

Pat said...

I feel smarter already!

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