I’m so glad that I live in a world where there are Octobers..
We are on week 3 of Festival of the Leaves. I was fixated on the geese more than color at the time I captured this. My heart gets excited when I see them fly. But change is happening.. Please check out Dawn Miller’s blog, to see what she, and other participants are sharing.
In all ranks of life, the human heart yearns for the beautiful; and the beautiful things that God makes are His gift to all alike..
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Do not merely look out for your own personal interests
but also for the interests of others.
Despite the downpour, we didn’t let it rain on our parade..lol! As we headed for Corvallis on Saturday the sky blackened all around us, but by the time we got there it subsided. It was our first visit for this year and local farmer’s had the work of their labor, displayed beautifully.
I really enjoy the healthy atmosphere and observing lots of families out and about together and many furry four-footed friends too. I know what digging in the dirt does for me and I highly recommend it.
In the garden I tend to drop my thoughts here and there. To the flowers I whisper secrets I keep and hopes I breathe. I know they are there to eavesdrop for the angels~ Dodinsky
From every Angle, is the challenge for this week at the Daily Post. I decided to keep my focus on the blackberry vine that is creeping over the fence. The following are a few different angles.
The best angle from which to approach a problem is the TRY-angle
Oh happy day..Our first voluntary Sunflower..
linking to Texture Tuesday..
linking to Be Still 52..
It is not length of life, but depth of life..
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The weekly photo challenge for this Friday is Depth. My take on it has to do with the character of people, some are shallow and some are deep. As I viewed this photo, I saw friendship, or perhaps they are sisters, or mother and daughter, I feel as though there is a deep bond between them and they are enjoying their time together.
I am changing things up here. With much enthusiasm I planted Sunflower seeds, and Sunflowers are what I got. Tall towering ones. I call this post Pandemonium.
The bees are feasting and loving life right now.
Majestic beauties, you have enriched my days..
It is a serious thing
just to be alive
on this fresh morning
in this broken world..
*Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children* Charles Swindoll