Letters from a Hill Farm
LOVE the bag!
Niki, thanks! I hope you come back. I just added Sadie sleeping. :<)
Nice dog! Blogger KateShe got in first but I agree Val
I love all three of these sunshine groupings! Sadie looks so peaceful in her sunshine sleep.Your snowy header is wonderful!
Thank you, Jill! I just can't resist taking these pictures. The sunlight is so, so beautiful.
I'll pass along your praise to Sadie, Val and Blogger Kate!!!!
Sadie's got the right idea! Ah, to bask in the sun! Love your photos, Nan!
Thank you, Aisling. Sadie has spent the day going from the sun by the woodstove to the sun in a cooler room. Tough life. :<)
I'd love to be lying in the sunshine, snuggling with Sadie.
Hi Nan! Oh it has been too long. And here I find myself gazing into you home. Does this mean you are not being troubled by snow storms? Sadie is like your cat who will soak up any ray with vigor. Hugs from Holland ~Heidi
Do you subscribe to the New Yorker? The Jan. 24 2011 edition has a drawing by the artist "Jorge Colombo", a NYC artist who uses an iPhone app to create his images. You can see more of his work at: http://jorgecolombo.com/drawings/index.htm.
Love Sadie in the sun..that' what I'd do if I was her!!
I love your sun shots. I just love sun in rays like that, like it is in the woods. Thank you!
I think that one's my favourite of the three sets. Mind if I nick your idea and do a post with sunlight pictures myself? (Of course giving credit)
Love seeing that sunshine. SAdie has the right idea. Vera would be proud of you posting their bag. We sell VB where I work.
That is one happy schefflera! (Happy dog, too.)
Love the sunshine spotlight pictures. So peaceful and warming. I also enjoyed the previous post on the Bouvier sisters, i.e. Jackie and Lee. Indeed such a carefree book weighs heavier knowing what we know. Your blog is delightful.
Kittie Flyn, oh no, you wouldn't! She doesn't like anyone but her family. She's quite the guard dog if someone strange appears and yet the sweetest girl imaginable with us. Might be her Rotty genes. :<)Heidi, how very nice to 'see' you!!! We've had plenty of snow but lots of sunshine, too.Ron, yes I do! I just looked at the cover and it is amazing. I didn't know that's how it was done. I'll check out his page. Thank you for telling me!Staci, yeah, she has the right idea!Linda, I can't seem to stop myself! The sun coming in has been so very beautiful. Librarian, of course! And you don't have to give credit. :<) I just take pictures when I see something I love or think is so beautiful. Lisa, I got mine for half-price at a store that was going out of business. I didn't even know who VB was. My daughter was impressed. For me, I just like all the pockets. :<) The check-out person at Home Depot told me his girlfriend collects them and has twelve so far!J.G., that plant is amazing, amazing. Tom had it at school years ago and it got leggy so he cut it all back and brought it home. It has grown by leaps and bounds. I had to put it in the study all by itself on a rug because it is so big now. I even cut it back sometimes but it keeps right on growing. I ought to do a blog entry on it sometime. :<)Joanne, what a very nice thing to say. Thank you!
Nan, a few days behind in reading.Love your sunshine images. I did the same thing - think the same day :)I love the sun shadows as they go from room to room.
Lovely evocative photos, as ever.
Thanks Ernestine and Susie, I can't seem to resist the sunshiny beauty!
What a beautiful Sunlight Series. I am going to have to try this.
This makes me start to hum, "Good day, Sunshine."
Commonweeder, I look forward to seeing your pictures.Les, ah yes.
Now that I am a grandmother, it seems that I am often late in replying to your most-appreciated comments. But I read them as soon as they come in, and I will write as soon as I can. Please do come back and check. I love these blogging conversations.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.