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Saturday, December 21, 2013
A Different Kind of Post
Can you believe that this time next week Christmas will be over and we will be looking forward to the New Year’s holiday?
I thought I’d feature a different kind of post today. I have some photos that I’ve been wanting to share with you and today seem like a good time. Only one set is Christmas-related, but I thought you might enjoy non-Christmas images as well.
These first two photos were taken this past Monday night. It was a full moon and from what I read on the internet, it was the smallest full moon of the year.
I caught a glimpse of it through these trees with the halo around it and couldn’t resist. It just looked like a mystery moon to me. It looks of mystery, mayhem and murder. What do you think?
The next photo was taken back in October. It was such a beautiful morning sky. It’s another photo that spoke to me of mystery and intrigue. Any thoughts from you? I had to share a photo of our three English Shepherd puppies. And yes, they are still puppies. This photo was taken last month when they were nine months old. They won’t get much taller, but they will fill out a bit.
After we lost Brisco, we had to have another English Shepherd and decided that one puppy would be lonely so we should get two. We found these – two brothers and a half-brother. It was hard to leave one behind thus we brought all three home. They are (left to right) Eli (from Eli’s Coming), Sundance (from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid) and Jeremiah (from Jeremiah Johnson). Eli and Jeremiah are the brothers and Sundance is the half-brother.
Finally I will close with the only Christmas-related photos I have. These are Christmas cactus that began blooming earlier this month and are still blooming. Hope everyone is have a safe and productive Saturday before Christmas. Thanks for stopping by today.
Dec. 7 - Debbie Mason, Carolyn Brown, Paula Quinn, Olivia Miles and Hope Ramsay
Dec. 8 - Amanda Lee
Dec. 9 - Marilyn Meredith
Dec. 10 - Jessica Hernandez
Dec. 12 - Abbie Roads
Dec. 14 - Amanda Flower
Dec. 15 - Jonathan Sturak
Dec. 17 - Christina Bauer
Dec. 22 - Kaitlyn Davis
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