Monday, May 03, 2010

Monday's Photographic Memories


DH and his dad went on a canoe trip last week and I was there to see them off :o)


The park they went to was beautiful and even though the weather didn't start out nice, it did improve over the three days.


Upon leaving, I had a few visitors of my own ;o)


Irene said...

Nice photos. Love your visitors.

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed the pics, thanks for sharing.

Ranae said...

Lovely photo's!

Patty C. said...

Loved the canoe photo
so tranquil
Beautiful setting

Daffycat said...

Oh, Cathey! You take such gorgeous photos!

Crazee4books said...

Hi Cathey,

Love that shot of the empty canoe floating on the still waters and
the misty atmosphere all around.
Plus the reflection of the canoe
in the water. Beautiful.

I'm in complete agreement with
you regarding reality shows and
those empty headed young starlets
who regard plastic surgery as a
lifestyle choice.

Remember when Jennifer Grey had
her nose "done" and no one
recognized her afterwords as the
cute girl from Dirty Dancing.
Her career went nowhere after

It's a sad example to set for the
young kids who watch these shows
and model their thoughts and their
behavior on the so called
celebrities who appear in them.

Congratulations for winning the
stitcher of the month contest at
Gift of Stitching for May. I
was browsing through the newest
issue and suddenly came upon your
picture and name.

Hello, I thought, what's Cathey
and her DH doing in my Gift of
Stitching E-zine??

Sooooo... whatcha gonna get with
the gift certificate??? Do tell,
do tell.

Have a great week!! Cheers!

Rachael said...

stunning photo's Cathey!!

Jingle said...

this is so beautiful and remarkable!

Carol said...

That is one giant deer! You grow 'em big up north :)

Seriously, your photos are so lovely, Cathey... I'll bet they had a wonderful trip, too.

Rachel S said...

Those are lovely photos!

Hillery said...

Looks like a peaceful morning. Thanks for all of your lovely comments. They help to keep me stitching.

Anonymous said...

Love the empty canoe - great work my friend. Lucy