Thursday, March 22, 2012

Fun On The Run


No running in the house
I can still hear my mother say
Watch my woodwork
Walk so carefully
I hear those walls talking
Sharing with me a tale
Lovely times in this old house
Out on the prairie.

Looking through the window





 A happy little Lily dog

Oreo Cows




Magnolia blossoms call out spring

16 comments:

  1. Oh My--if only old houses could talk... They would have a story to tell!!!!! My mother used to say "No Running in the House" also!!!!

    Creative picture of the window... Love it!!!! My kids used to call them Oreo cows also... ha...

    Lily is having fun, isn't she?
    Betsy

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  2. Loving Lily's new "do"!! Cutie pie!
    Beautiful photos too...Love the egg thingy!!
    hughugs

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  3. Love the Oreo cows. We see them occasionally on our travels, but no so much around home. The magnolias are in full bloom here, too. In fact, some of them are already dropping.

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  4. A really great collection of pictures, as usual.

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  5. Sad to look at, but I love those tumbledown buildings.

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  6. You always have such wonderful photos. I always enjoy wandering through. Thanks.

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  7. Some wonderful old buildings and some fine photo perspectives. Spring has indeed sprung and Lily.. .too darned cute!

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  8. volumes spoken without a word!


    Aloha from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral

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  9. Steve- what is the blue globe in the metal stand?

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  10. No running in the house, yes I remember that well :)

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  11. I love oreo cows. I used to see them all the time in Texas. For some reason, I never see them in Virginia.

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  12. Hasn't this month just been amazing? You must be loving your wanderings with your lovley Lily. :)

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  13. This is a delightful collection of images. I have heard of Oreo biscuits but never Oreo cows! It is quite amazing what can be learnt when blogging. Thank you

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  14. Sweet but hard times, for sure...

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  15. I love old buildings and old barns and also wonder what words they'd say if they could tell us their memories. I'm happy to see that Spring is showing her petticoats up your way. :-)

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  16. Steve, if only old barns could talk, what stories they could share! Great images shared here.

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