Monday, November 19, 2012

Pictures In One Word

Hi friends! Most of October I was down and out physically. A bit emotionally too, as you saw in a couple of my posts. I'm feeling much better emotionally, and so far, for about a week, I haven't had a flare up with the Sjogren's. That is the culprit apparently with the fatigue. I did get out on a couple of outings; first the Apple Orchard, and second, a evening in Redwing, MN, where I took just Nells and myself. I hope you enjoy my pictures in one word!

 path


 husks

 pickin

 burgundy

 leaf

 emotion

 farm

 creation

 fence

 variety

 dried

 glory!

 yellow

 corn

 horses

 tradition

 rotten

 three


 fallen

 berries



 precious

 mum

 goats

 feed

 cockadoodledoo

 friends

 family

 fun

 teasing

 love

 besties

 silly
 sweetie

 bomb

 air

 mud

 t-shirt

 yard

 sunset

 bare

 daisy

 70's

 turquoise

 white

 newbie

 teenagers

 pumpkin

 thief

 dad

 perfection

 knit

 crochet

 organization

 sheep

 growing

 delivery

 gift!

acceptance

 monumental

 embroidery

 Sweater

 basket

 hoop

 twins

 halloween

 adorable

 sunlight

 peaceful

 cutie

 vintage

 morning

 ginkgo

 reflect

 tracks

 companion

 eyelashes

 stinker!

 cake

 full

 eternal

 sidelines

rest

 eleven!

maid-of-honor (yep, that's madelynn)!

 sidekick

 griswald

 ride

voter

niece

 comfort

 baking

 football

snuggles



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34 comments:

Lora said...

beautiful. (in one word. :))

Elisha said...

October and November... Both went SO fast! You look lovely always friend! AND you look like your on a farm! CUTE :)

vintage grey said...

So beautiful and such lovely and precious photos!! Love your creations! How do you like knitting? Happy Monday sweet friend!! Blessings, Heather

GOOSE said...

One word...Beautiful.
Blessings,
Goose

Amy said...

Lovely. Simple. Perfect. ..... Newbie? Did you just get a DSLR?

Jenna Grace said...

What a beautiful And simple post. One word beauties. Glad you are feeling better. Praise God.

Kathy Masterjohn said...

These pictures are amazing Gina. YOU are amazing.

chambanachik said...

Gorgeous.

Rissi said...

Cool pics, Gina!

Sorry you had a rough few weeks - hope you are doing okay now. Wishing you a great holiday!

Happy Thanksgiving!

BARBIE said...

These picture are gorgeous! I am glad you are feeling better.

JD and Whitney Todd said...

Breathtaking!! Thanks for inspiring me today. :)

ChinkyGirLMeL said...

Beautiful. You are beautiful and you have a beautiful family. What a lovelypost,something about these pictures bring a certain warmth, very simple yes so beautiful.

his little lady said...

All of these images are absolutely stunning! And that shot of you with the caption "emotion" is hauntingly beautiful.
xo TJ

Janae said...

I love "Glory". It's gorgeous.

And... was Bethel Madelynn's first choice? Major congrats -- that is SO EXCITING.

xo

Stephanie said...

What a beautiful, blessed life you have! Such a beautiful family, the ability to craft and make things you love, creation and changing seasons all around you. Just lovely. I just love your blog, and you are such an inspiration!

Michelle said...

Gorgeous pictures, Gina! As always :)

Chrissy said...

I was smiling all the way through all these wonderful and beautiful photos! Loved them all and I am so happy you are doing better physically and emotionally!
Sorry I have been a bit absent as well, life has been busy and somehow I needed a little break here and there!
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your lovely family!
Hugs, sweet friend!
P.S. I love your knitting skills! xxx

trishie said...

Beautiful post, Gina.

Hope things improve for you.

Julie Marie said...

you're beautiful. i have been thinking of you. hoping you continue to feel better than lately...
xo

Jean said...

i love your images! xo

Jean said...

p.s. congrats to mads on her acceptance letter. :)

Courtney said...

You are SUCH a beautiful woman! I loved this post of photos in one word. I think my favorites are the ones of you three on the bench (family). LOVE it!

Amy @ AGirlCalledBeloved said...

October was the same for me! I hope November was much sweeter! :)

Erica said...

I love how you tied the pictures to a word. My favorite is the pickin' one. I kept meaning to go apple picking this year, but never made it to an orchard. Boo! I really need to go... Can you believe I've never done that before??!! I'm glad you got some fresh apple pickin' in this season. :)

Lydia Criss Mays said...

That is so much seeing beautiful. Just perfectly. Thank you.

christina said...

i love how you see the beauty in everything! great photos!

Aimee said...

Gina, your blog is beautiful and I enjoy reading it so I've nominated you for a blog award. You can collect it here: http://zoeyspurrspective.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/friends-who-adore-us/

Kate said...

It looks like you have captured so many neat moments this autumn! I especially love the jacket you wore to the apple orchard! So lovely! :)
KSW
@Createsque

Rakel said...

great post!

Sunny said...

Love all the pictures, they made me laugh and cry. Things always get brighter:)

Liv Lundelius said...

The colours and light in all the Fall picutes is wonderful! And Nells as always just makes happy just by looking at him.
And then that beautiful wedding photo of yours! Just absolutely fantastic, you both look so timeless and happy.

Barb Brookbank said...

Hi Gina - I love your photos!

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