Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Wordless Wednesday






  1. Good Morning Sue, Wishing you blessings in 2009!

  2. Happy New Year!

    May all of your wishes be granted in 2009.


  3. Everyone looks busy in that first photo. Cute baby. Cool peace sign the water too!

  4. A very Happy New Year to you and your family....

  5. Hi Sue! Meet you next year with a cheerful note! The baby looks sweet - love the photo.

  6. Hi Sue, I found my way over here from Mildred at Nalley Valley.

    I enjoyed looking at your photos much!

    I planted Arkansas Bluestar in my garden last year and it was beautiful this year. I'm not sure which species it is though.

  7. Lovely family photos, Sue. Precious baby :)
    Our snow is back. We've had about 4 inches already this morning!!
    Thanks for the cran-raisin idea for Tanya. Sounds yum!
    Enjoy this last day of '08, and a happy New Year to you!

  8. Your photos always make me smile. As you can tell, I was able to post a comment today. Don't know why, it's a mystery. Anyway, Happy New Year!

  9. Thanks for the comments. I appreciate getting them from those I talk to regularly, once in awhile, and from those I haven't met yet.

    Happy New Year!


    (The first pic was showing people really into their tech toys, and my husband added, "not to mention the photographer.") LOL

  10. Hi Sue,
    I immediately noticed everyone was focused on their cell phones or computer, and possibly looking at a photo on computer that you took? (It's pretty much what happens in most homes across America on a regular basis :-). How have we changed in our world? has inundated us! For the good...and sometimes the not-so-good ;-/'s GOOD that we've all gotten to meet each other through our blogging. It couldn't have happened without technology!!
    I wish for you and yours a blessed and wonderful 2009!!

  11. Thanks Jan,
    I agree with your sentiments. The group on the left was looking at pics of our son (with the long red hair) and his wife's house they are renovating. It's the house she grew up in. The girl in the middle, our niece, was texting. My husband was showing his brother his new iphone.

    I keep thinking how people, including me, want to live "greener" yet we keep buying things that need batteries. I don't know how much electricity I use on the computer, but it would be hard for me to do without it.

    It's hard to shop for our grandson, because almost everything is plastic, needs batteries, and is made in China. We got him a plastic slide made in the U.S. a wooden train thing that does not use batteries and was marketed as being green, and a few other things plastic and wood. Most of the things we bought were made in China.


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