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Monday, June 29, 2009

The Bee's Knees

Yes, the bees were a buzzin' and the roosters were crowin' and the sheep were
baahin' and the day was so pretty and warm.
Our family spent the afternoon at Aullwood Nature Center and Farm Sunday. Visiting from time to time has been a tradition for many Daytonians for years and years.What a sweet treat to feed the sheep and wander around
just enjoying the day, nature, the animals and one another.
I hope your weekend was a sweet one and that your
week is beginning well.
This time of year there is always something fun to do or a
gardening chore that needs doin'.
I will be by to visit each of you soon...until then,
know I send my love and many hugs!
Susie Q

21 comments:

Carolyn (Harbor Hon) said...

What a sweet looking picture of that sheep. And you got so close. Glad you had a wonderful time there. Come visit soon. xxoo

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Nothing beats spending a day with nature! Lovely photos, Susie! That sheep is as sweet as honey!

happy week to you, sweet friend..

becky
xo

Sandi McBride said...

So glad that your weekend was such a charming one...I adore sheep...and goats...and mules...and horses...and oh yes, cats lol...love the pictures,
hugs
Sandi

Dana and Daisy said...

Ah! I planted a bee balm that is said to bloom a bluish color. It hasn't yet, so I don't know what color it will be. Had not ever seen the blue color before. I hope it's getting enough sun where I planted it! =)

Allidink said...

How fun! Great photos :)

All the best,
Allison

Lynilu said...

Gorgeous pictures!

FHL said...

Oh my you captures such a sweet look on that little sheep! Sounds like the perfect way to spend an afternoon!!!

Hugs,
M~

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Sounds like a wonderful day. I love the photos!

Sue said...

Those are BEE-utiful pictures, my friend. Aullwood is an amazing place to visit, haven't been up there for some time now, though. Looking forward to our trip today! Hugs, Sue

Terri and Bob said...

I love the sheep photo! I am loving your blog design, too!

Sara G said...

Great photo's Sue!!
Looks like an incredible place to visit!
Take care.

salmagundi said...

Your pictures are always the best! Glad you had an enjoyable Sunday. Have a great week. Sally

Kathleen Grace said...

What a lovely place! I just love that little barred rock chicken and the darling lamb:>)

PEA said...

Now I want to go to the farm!!!! Such breathtaking pictures of the animals and flowers, dear Sue. That's my favourite thing to do, be with nature and just take it all in:-) xoxo

Strawberry Lane said...

Terrific photos! Thought the bee on the flower was my favorite ... then I saw the others. Thanks for the visual treat!

Rebecca Ramsey said...

Gorgeous photos! This will sound weird, but that chicken is beautiful!

Smilingsal said...

You have so many nice side trips!

Dawn Bibbs said...

Oh my, sounds like a wonderful day was had. The place you went to sounds like our Botanical Gardens. I LOVE that place! Sue, your photos are gorgeous...as always. Thanks for sharing.

Melanie said...

I didn't know that bees had knees! Do they get arthritis in them, do you think? Enjoyed your photos!

Bonnie said...

As always...a joy to spend the day with you. I just love your pictures.

Pamela said...

two of my daughters chicks are starting to look just like that hen!

You should take a Peek