This photo I took while we were in the car driving on the highway somewhere between NY and Texas. I thought that one cloud in the back round looked like a cross. I just loved it.
A random house in Abilene(actually I think the have now made it into a museum in town. It is fun to drive by and see. Nothing like an outhouse and rail road crossing sign in your front yard-or your neighbor's front yard for that matter!
This is a church in down town Abilene-it is really interesting-I want to see the inside some time.
When you enter a section on down town Abilene-near where I have to drive past to go to work at our church.
The bell tower at our church.
The pipes to the organ in our church.
One of the stain glass windows above the baptismal in our church.
Just thought he was cute! A llama at Round Up Sunday-we do this every August the last Sunday of the month-we all wear western clothes (it is a Texas thing-I know just a little strange for a NY girl) and have a huge barbeque dinner and there are games and animals to feed and pet and all sorts of things!
Where my husband teaches at Hardin Simmons University.
I have always loved the sky but since we have moved to West Texas where we have no real mountains-not many trees-and the landscaping gets burnt by the blazing sun half of the year-you learn to really love the big open sky and huge puffy clouds-I love to take pictures of it.
This is one of my friend's daughter and her new husband-I took photos for them for their Christmas Eve wedding.
Random shots of nature
My favorite animal.
Analeigh at the Zoo-sporting her favorite shades.
Brandon facing defeat after his snowman fell over!
Alyssa watching from inside the house while Analeigh and the boys were building snowman on the outside. I was taking Alyssa's picture and the reflection on the window caught Analeigh. Thought it was fun.
Daddy Daughter Dance this year 2010 for Valentine's Day-they have done this every year since we moved here 4 years ago.
This summer July 09-My Grandma (who will soon be turning 96) and Analeigh. 4 generations and 94 years apart! She ran to my grandma and hugged her all on her own-it melted my heart-I was so excited I had my camera out.