Thursday, October 07, 2010

New England in the fall

The leaves are starting to get very pretty around here. These photos are from last week, so I need to get out and take some more. But...enjoy!

I've been AWOL from the blog due to a busy week and a child with the stomach flu. Hopefully it won't travel through the whole family.









Lori said...

Oh, New England...what is keeping us apart? Your beauty would match up perfectly with my great sense of style.

OK, it's late, I'm wide awake, and I'm getting punchy.

GORGEOUS photos. I want that red barn to be my house!!


Kimberlie said...

I am in love with that barn. I want that barn, with the field, and the beautiful trees. I don't know why I have to be stuck here in this uninteresting midwest state. ugh.

Hope whoever has been sick is better now!

Kim K. said...

Gorgeous photos. Love them all. I hope the rest of your weekend is germ free.

sara said...

I miss the colors in Indiana....and was sad that it was too early to see any color while I was in Boston. I guess I will just have to enjoy it through your pictures!

trustandobey said...

That's it!!!! Get your guest room ready!!!
ps-That photo of the one lone colorful tree behind the fence looks just like a tree in our neighborhood. You aren't,like, down the street getting ready to surprise me , are you???
pps-so sorry about the stomach flu thing...ugh!

Chad and Kristy said...

I love New England! Never been but always wanted to move there... until I realized if I can't handle Alabama winters... chances are I will not survive yours;)

In Awe of God's creation!

Gretchen said...

I love the pictures!

We are heading to the Smokey Mountains next week. Hopefully I will get gorgeous pictures too.

Kristin Ferguson said...

OK...I'm on my way! I should be there in about 13hrs. :)

Oh family is here this weekend. Guess that would be kind of rude to dump them for those awesome trees and scenery!!!

Shannon said...

Thank you so much for adding Georgia's button. It means so much to me to have people praying right now. It feels very scary to know the possible outcomes and then to be told the best diagnostic tool is one that I have to administer.
I remember you! I prayed for your daughter during her open heart surgery!!
Thanks so much,

Justin Johnson said...

I was wandering through the blogosphere and came across your blog. I love it! Great pictures, great family, great thoughts. Keep them coming, you're a natural!

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Jean said...

Where have I been? I was wondering when you were going to post your fall pics and here they are- I'm just a bit late to the party!

I missed peak in MN and was wondering when peak is for you? Your fall photos are always the best!!

I love that barn, too.

(I want a farm so I can have a pretty barn- I gotta feeling I'm not gonna get what I want)

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