Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Wednesday Potpourri

I think I will use Wednesday as a time to catch up on photos that I've wanted to post but just haven't had time. In that vane I give you the following photos.


These first few are from my recent golf outing. The tree went down in a storm and was a window over the little stream.
I liked this little rock dam and the water movement around it.
Check out the amount of little minnows in the creek, a fisherman's dream. Click on it to see it better.
The next hole had this little shed back in the woods. I'm not sure what the golf course had it there for.
This is my great nephew Presley as we were eating at a Syrian restaurant in New Castle, Pa.
This is his brother Abram who I got to sit beside. The floor ended up pretty messy, not me. Girls look at those eyelashes, you have to pay to have them this nice.
The final shot is my granddaughter Princess as the boys tried to hit her with the soft soccer ball. There is grand son Golf Boy after firing and Princess simply swatted it away. Can you see the red ball on the right of the photo. It was all done in good fun.
I have been wanting to show some of these but got tied up with My World. It has turned into a really neat first week with a lot of participation. Thanks to any of you who helped to make it a success.

21 comments:

Leedra said...

Always great to show off the family. Like the photograph of the shed at the golf course. Just appeals.

Becky said...

My Mom would have called that a "crick". I love the way the tree framed it.
Next time you go golfing there, better take a minnow basket!
I would have fallen out of that tree, trying to dodge the ball.

DeeMom said...

Great Photos, love the water and rocks, all photos are wonderful.

Thanks for Popping onto my Blog
As for your comment"Did you ever settled down and land?"
Yes BUT you see it is an ongoing blog on my latest adventure. ;)

Luke Wiley said...

That stream looks so clear. Very nice!

2sweetnsaxy said...

I'm glad you finally got around to showing them. They're great. Kids always make me smile so thanks for my smile. :-)

raccoonlover1963 said...

Hi Tom. Your golf pics look more like a fishing outting! Enjoyed the post and pics. Have a great week.
Lisa

Pietro said...

I like the whole sequence! Very lively and beautiful images.

evlahos said...

excellent potpourri.

thank you for your invitation to "my world Tuesday" meme.

Jack and Joann said...

Those boys are cute as buttons and is the beautiful princess sitting in a Buckeye tree? That golf course looks like it was designed for fishing golfers. Better run. I need to take a photo and upload and do my daily blog.

Darla said...

Great photos! I saw all of those minnows too. Love photos of children that are not posed.

T and S said...

The shot of the minnows in the creek is a thoughtful shot.

Mike said...

I wanted to thank you for the comments you left at my blast furnace picture. I hope the the pictures you took golfing wern't done because thats were your ball landed.

Mary said...

I would say that this makes a pretty good slice of what "your world" is like every day....golf, fish, photos, grandkids! Boys always seem to get the best eyelashes...so unfair.

Shellmo said...

Nice to see kids at play! (And yes - boys always get the eyelashes! So unfair!)

Stacey Huston said...

Wonderful photos, I love it that you are so involved in you "family"! A great example for us all..

The Tile Lady said...

Lovely photos! The kids are precious! And, that stream is so fresh and pretty!
Marie

tipper said...

Loved the potpourri! I'd like to hunt for rocks in the creek with the minnows. And Princess is too cute sitting in the tree-thats the way to handle the boys!

The Birdlady said...

Great kids! Grandchildren are truly as good as it gets!

Louise said...

I love that little shed on the golf course. The path leading to it almost makes it as a secret place.

The kids are fun having fun.

soulbrush said...

you are truly blessed with these lovely grandies.

Gina said...

Great photos FG..you have a lovely family and the names you've given them! I didn't see the minnows until I read they were there! :D