Last week, we lost a neighbor to a tragic farming accident, he will be missed. Today when I drove into my drive I was met by the sight of two combines and several grain trucks gathered in our neighbors field. It was a sight to behold, not only for the reason of having that many combines in one field (unusual for our Kentucky fields), but for the fact that all these farmers took time to harvest Pat's fields. This was done out of love and respect for our neighbor and friend. It is a Blessing to live in a community where we all still care and love each other. That we take the time to show that love for each other.
It is sad to realize so many people will never know the true meaning of the word neighbor. I am so Blessed that I do.
Here are a few pictures I shot:
Friday, October 12, 2012
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Last night I was cleaning out bookmarks on my computer and bumped into my blog! Goodness a lot of time has drifted by since I have blogged. I realized how much I missed taking pictures and chatting about my mundane life.
This morning I had to take Buster to the Vets, it seems he has picked up a virus or once again ate something he shouldn't have (I am voting for that one). After spending the first hour of waking cleaning a kennel and all our bed linens (Dennis let him into the bedroom without knowing he had been so ill)! Off to the Vets we went, 90.00 later and two shots along with 2 prescriptions he will be good as new (Buster not Dennis)
These shots were taken at the end of my drive way looking at my neighbors fields. I think they made the whole Vet trip worth it.
Have a wonderful day and as always Be Blessed.
Monday, October 8, 2012
Dominic is now 10 months old and I can truly say they have been the most wonderful of my life. He is a happy baby always smiling and laughing