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Growing older is mandatory... Growing up is Optional
Posted by MacabreWebs at 12:29 PM
Yeah, I know, sounds odd. But my dear hubby and I spent this special day together and it was the best day EVER!!!
Posted by MacabreWebs at 7:56 PM
Aww! Had to post this, as it was just too gosh darn cute and I was feeling sugary on such a dismal, cold, rainy December afternoon.
|Here, it's just another day in the life of a seemingly boneless cat...|
Posted by MacabreWebs at 12:55 PM
|Swollen, flaky, and just plain miserable.|
|Almost a month later, feeling my usual pale freckly Scot-Irish self again!|
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Since the saying goes "A picture is worth a thousand words," I'll let these do the talking (along with captions). This has been a fabulous Halloween season and this past week and its end have been nothing short of special, with beloved friends and in nature...
|Mr. and Mrs. Spooky!|
At Kimbro's in downtown Franklin on Oct. 26th evening,
at a very special Secret Commonwealth show
|Me at Pumpkinfest earlier in the day. I loved this guy's costume!|
It had to be almost 15 feet tall and scary as hell (but funny!)
|Sunday, October 28th. A clear, sunny, windy day...|
perfect for a drive down the famous Natchez Trace Parkway!
|On the bridge, overlooking the outskirts of Franklin on Hwy. 96, toward the east|
|Westward view of Hwy. 96 from bridge|
|At Birdsong Hollow park just before the bridge, the sign warning |
would-be leapers to please reconsider!
|A view through the tall trees, with the west side of Franklin/Hwy. 96 in the distance|
|We walked across the entire expanse (approx. 3/10s of a mile but it seemed like forever|
in the strong winds!) and then turned around and walked back
|Mark looking over the top... this view literally takes your breath away!|
|With the bridge in the background as I froze my butt off (but loved it!)|
|Who is that crazy woman, always snapping photos like a tourist?|
|Heading back home, crossing over Hwy. 100 just at the intersection|
where the Loveless Cafe is
|Which fork to take? The one less traveled, of course...|
|I love this place. Amazing food, fantastic atmosphere... just can't get enough of it.|
|Some big 'uns outside the restaurant door|
|On the road near our home, horses in the pasture (and orbs a-plenty!)|
|Motion photo going up our hill and twilight ahead|
|AWESOME! a huge 8-point buck crossed in front of our car|
(I tried to capture it but this was the best I got)
|This is my new all-time favorite photo... it does such magic for my soul.|
We were pulling into our driveway as twilight fell.
I noticed both the skeleton lit up in our barn hayloft
as well as the full moon arising through the clouds, above the trees that surround our pasture.
It just does not look real! ... to me it looks more like something from a movie set.
Needless to say - I *love* living here!!!
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Isn't it pretty?
|We're all grins during the month of October!|
|An all-time favorite from Charles Schulz - "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!"|
Posted by MacabreWebs at 12:17 PM
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