Saturday, November 04, 2006

Saturday, November 4, 2006

Good Morning! The girls and I have plans to go to the craft store today. I have a few Thanksgiving projects to make and I will share pictures, of course!

I will be online later tonight so enjoy these pictures that Phillip took last month. October is one of the best months in Texas.

This is the view from across one of our libraries.

Originally uploaded by pwinn.

Originally uploaded by pwinn.

So many dragonflies!

Originally uploaded by pwinn.

Originally uploaded by pwinn.

The swans are very friendly, and love bread. We watched two of them change from ugly ducklings into the beautiful swans they are now, this past year.

Originally uploaded by pwinn.

Anything good down there?!

Originally uploaded by pwinn.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!


Tina Leigh said...

Wow Kelli those are great pictures! I love the swans! From your library ehh? We aint got that here!! Have you gone to Hobby Lobby? LOL!!

PEA said...

What wonderful serene scenes you captured on your camera...I wish we had swans nearby like that! I could sit there for ages near the pond and just watch them:-) Hope you had a fun day at the craft shop with your girls!!

Karen said...

You certainly live in a beautiful part of the world! Looks like postcards!

Wildflower Cabin said...

What wonderful photos! I especially love the tree and the swans!!

Amanda said...

Where were those taken? They're lovely. I especially like the swans. :)

Mindy said...

Pretty pictures of the Texas countryside! You and your family have a wonderful Sunday!

annewithane65 (Kim) said...

I loved looking at your pictures...thanks for posting them! Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Kelli said...

Amanda, it is about 15 minutes south from our house. There are walking trails all around it! Phillip goes there often on his lunch break.


Carol said...

Great photos, you are lucky to live in such a beautiful country side!

Sue said...

What a picturesque area! I loved the dragonflies, especially that they are blue! Ours here are orange!