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A Farm Visit

 

 

farm mosaic

Today was the first sunny day we have seen in this area for over a week.    My friend Jen was going to her brother’s farm and I tagged along.   While she was in the house I walked around and snooped into all kinds of things.   I had a lovely visit with the cows.   As  with most farms there were a few cats about.  The little black and white was just outside the barn door.   The grey one with the beautiful blue eyes was more shy but Jen gave him a cuddle and he cooperated while I took his photo.   Included is items you find generally on the farm like machinery and even a few highbush cranberries.  

Dyptch wedding

Last weekend was the marriage of our youngest son.   It was a cold and rainy day but the occasion was an extremely happy one for the couple and everyone attending.  They are blissfully happy and away on their honeymoon while my husband and I babysit two of the three dogs and the skinnypig.  Left photo is my husband, our oldest son Mike and his wife of 6 years Shellene and me on the right.    Valerie

I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.   Have a great week.

Comments

Beautiful pictures from the wedding Val. You look gorgeous!!!! We had a great day, neat shots from the farm. Jen.
eileeninmd said…
Congrats to your son and his new bride. I wish them a lifetime of happiness. Great family photos and the happy couple are all beautiful. I also love the farm animals, I thik cow are cute and they pretty eyes. Wonderful mosaic and photos. I hope you have a lovely week ahead.
Lovely shots of the animals on the farm...I love the expression on the cow. The bride and groom are glowing...what a special day....best of everything to them!
Pamela Gordon said…
I love the farm pictures. Congratulations on your son's marriage. Lovely photos. Blessings, Pamela
Snap said…
Congratulations to your son and your new daughter-in-law! Wonderful photos of the happy couple and family. Loved the shots of your farm visit ... I can't resist the cows or the cats either! It must be something in their eyes!!!!
Carol said…
Congratulations on the wedding. Beautiful family!
Love the farm mosaic, great shots. I love the barn doors!
You look radiant Val!
Judith
Ebie said…
Congratulations to the new addition to your family.

The farm mosaic if a beauty, and the cat is like mine, a black and white.
Lorrie said…
Fun picture from the wedding. They look so happy together.

Visits to farms are lots of fun - my mosaic is about the same thing!
Teagarden said…
It seems like a wonderful day! Thanks for sharing!
Have a nice week,
Markus
Pondside said…
I'd hoped you'd post a wedding photo! You look beautiful - what a gorgeous 'ensemble', as my mother would say!
GrandmaK said…
Wonderful mosaic and CONGRATULATIONS as well!!! Have a wonderful week! Cathy
Veronica said…
Gorgeous farm pis! Congrat on your kids wedding and you looked so chic! Glad to hear it was a great wedding in spite of the weather!

Happy baby sitting...

Veronica
Tassels Twigs and Tastebuds
The wedding photos are wonderful! What a happy time...and how beautiful you look! Love your mosaic this week, too! Happy Monday! ♥
Icy BC said…
Beautiful mosaic, and the wedding photos are wonderful!
LDH said…
Love the farm mosaic! And sweet photos of the bride, groom and you guys! Very special :)
I enjoyed seeing the farm shots; no cows in my neighbourhood! I'm sure the wedding was a joyful occasion for your entire family.
-Karen
Sheila said…
congratulations - you all look fabulous - it must have been a very special time for your family. I love the farm mosaic. It reminds me of the times I took my Kindergarten classes for farm visits.

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