Letters from a Hill Farm
Sweet walking companion. Love your header photo. It screams fall.
The sweetest! I've been trying to update every few days as the leaves change. Many are gone now.
A picture is worth a thousand words, what a lovely shot of you and your granddaughter having a good time.
Thank you. The walk followed us running toward each other calling 'Nana' and 'Hazel.' So much fun.
When I first read those words, I thought Hazel Nina spoke them to you! Sounds like something a child might say. :)Wonderful, wonderful photograph of the two of you!!
The song is a wonderful one - it was very meaningful when Tom and I were kids and separated a lot by schools, etc. Lyrics are here: http://www.metrolyrics.com/hey-thats-no-way-to-say-goodbye-lyrics-leonard-cohen.htmlArticle on him in a recent New Yorker if you're interested.Thanks about the photo. You can see the photographer's shadow. ;<)
Aww, love this!
Me, too. So much.
SO sweet, my granddaughters love to go for walks.
Isn't it just THE.BEST.THING being a grandmother?!!
Hazel is such a beautiful little girl. Amazing to watch her grow up through your pictures.
Oh, yes she is! Inside and out. And in terms of growing up, the Nana cries, "too fast, too fast!"
Oh yes!! A beautiful picture. And feeling. And song. Thank you for the reminder and the link (in your comment).
A lovely comment! I thank you!
Wow - it must have still been pretty warm there, with Hazel Nina walking barefoot.Lovely picture, and lovely header photo, too!
It has been a warm fall with little rain until now so the leaves have stayed on and beautiful a long time. Thank you!
Adorable photo, and a lovely time of year for a walk! The leaves, the leaves . . . .
We are so, so very lucky that Hazel lives just down the road. I am thankful every day. And yes, the leaves have been gorgeous.
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