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Monday, June 02, 2008

A Little History...

Thank you to each of you who said such lovely things about our kitchen. Leave it to the wonderful blog community to bolster my confidence and put a huge smile on my face! You are all amazing! And yes, I still have those questions to answer...that will be done this week! Or, at least, I HOPE to! We will be leaving for Washington D.C. next weekend and are excited to show diva daughter the nation's capital. Her big brother always loved it so we hope she will too. As usual, I am going to have to play catch up with my visiting and posting this week! It seems that life just moves at such a whirlwind pace and this old gal does not always keep up as well as I should! I will be around to see you all soon...I hope each one of you had a sweet weekend and found plenty to smile about. It was a busy few days here but the sun was shining and the birds sang happily...that always makes for sweet moments! We had one of Grace's friends with us and keeping up with 2 10 year old girls is not for the weak of spirit! Ah, but it was fun. We spent part of Saturday with Mom and the girls at Carillon Historical Park in Dayton. It was such a pretty day and the first annual Alpine Heritage Festival was taking place on the park. Can anyone say "Brats!!"? No...not in yummy! Here are a few shots from the day... Have a good week, do take care of yourselves and remember that each of you is thought about with great little ol' me.
Love and Hugs, Susie Q


Terri said...

Have a wonderful time in DC!

Carolyn said...

Great always.

Have a nice trip!

Cherdecor said...

Have a wonderful time in Washington. I loved looking at your pictures of history.

wendy Purdy said...

Wow, fantastic photo's Sue. I enjoyed the tour

Hooked on Houses said...

Wow. Those photos are amazing. I'm embarrassed by the substandard ones I take for my blog after seeing yours!

We're heading to D.C. for a vacation in July, so I'll look forward to hearing how your trip goes. I haven't been in years. -Julia :-)

FHL said...

Amazing photos as always!

Hope you and your family have a wonderful time in DC! I'm sure Grace will love it :o)

Hugs and hope for perfect weather!

Janet said...

What wonderful photos...I repeat are a talented photographer. Makes my shots look just awful, but what the heck, I am sure thaT i HAVE SOME HIDDEN TALENTS...SOMEWHERE, LOL.


Cote de Texas said...

AW chat! those are the cutest little lambs!!!! AND I am loving the new picture in the header!!! Beautiful.

Have a great week!

Cheryl Wray said...

WOW!!! Those photos are absolutely STUNNING!!!! You are so very talented!

I hope you have a wonderful time in D.C. We love the city as well, although we haven't been since Delaney was 1 (and she is almost 12). McKenna went two summers ago and loved it! (We are going to the Maryland coast for a World Series with Delaney's softball team, but i don't think we'll even have time to get to D.C.)

Talk to you again soon!!

Rosemary said...

Great Photos Susie!!
Have a great trip!!
Can't wait to see those pictures.

Melissa said...

Your pictures are always so nice, and make me want to move to your neck of the woods!

Mockingbird Hill said...

A trip to D.C.?? Aren't you lucky!! I love it there and would love to visit again sometime soon..

Now, must start thinking about printing these pics out on photo greeting card paper and starting a little business of your own...the pics are wonderful...I saw a couple that I would love to have!!

Great work...your heart is showing... ;)


Melissa said...

These are great photos Sue! I haven't been to Carillon Park in ages, I should take Audrey.

Sandi McBride said...

Being a DC girl...I know you'll have a the pictures...
hugs Sandi

Gretchen said...

3 words: Coffee Table Book.

(awesome pictures. have them published!)


-Jennifer said...

Sue you need to start scrapbooking all of your awesome photos, you know that right?
I want to go to DC and spend a couple days there. Grace will see some interesting things there as she did in NYC, LOL