Thursday, September 19, 2013

Hello my friends

Another week gone.
Here are some random happenings from my week.




1.  While out on a Bike ride on a country road we noticed we were being watched.
You know I had to stop and snap off a photo of them.





2.  On Tuesday we went to a Chuck Wagon Dinner show.
To tell you the truth I was not too excited about going.  But my husband was
so excited to see these old Cowboys sing old Cowboy songs. Well I was totally wrong and the
show was totally worth it. The dinner was so-so. But the Cowboys singing had me 
laughing so hard.  Especially when they started sing Bad Boys, Bad Boys.
So happy he talked me into going.





3.  I took some of my photos and made them into Postcards.
I only made 5.  I love the way they turned out and now I want to make more.





4.  I made some homemade cookies.  Oatmeal with chocolate chips in them.
And no I didn't use a box mix. LOL..  But I have to say I sure do miss my Kitchen Aid.
I had to mix them up by hand.  More exercise I guess.
Man this full time RV'ing is getting me in shape. Hee Hee..





5.  The weather is changing my friends.
It got down to the mid 30's this week.
I think Fall's a com'n..



So how was your week?




Thanks so much for stopping by.

Hugs~

42 comments:

Mona Pendleton said...

Beautiful photos Linda! Those horses look gorgeous!

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

Your postcards look brilliant and I love your last photo. Seems the traveling life is suiting you well, although the comforts of home will be all the nicer once you return.

Valerie-Jael said...

Wonderful faces, and I am glad you are still having fun in your little home. Gorgeous postcards, too - make more! Hugs, Valerie

Lynnda said...

BEautiful shots Linda... hmmm {YUM!!} can I see your oatmeal cookies... TGIF to you my friend... hugs...x

S. Etole said...

The light in the golden grasses is beautiful. Always a treat to visit here.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Gorgeous photos!! LOVING the horses and loving that you turned some of your beautiful photos into postcards!!!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Your life is filled with so many cool adventures these days! Each day so different and beautiful! Love, love your photos! Sounds like a great week!

Sylvia said...

Fabulous photo's as always, Linda, you really know how to get some good ones. I envy...yes I know it is wrong to have envy...but, I do wish we were having cool weather. It is still 75 at night and 95 during the day, even if it rains, which we had had showers! Have a wonderful Friday! Make more cookies and you will have to ride more on your bike!

TexWisGirl said...

your postcards are beautiful! i LOVE that last golden shot!!! wow!

It's me said...

Have a nice weekend...i just baked the same cookies !!!....love from me...x !

Carol Blackburn said...

Well, cowboys singing "Bad Boys" must have been a hoot. Glad you had a great week. Safe travels!

Deanna said...

I just love seeing the images of your adventures. Beautiful images!! Love the horse & that golden light!!

Kim Stevens said...

Your photos are so very beautiful! The 30's huh? I don't think I will see that until maybe January...lol!

Looks and sound like you are having a grand time, come on down to Galveston! :)

Lisa Graham Art said...

I bet you are missing that kitchen aid. I love your look on it though...more exercise! Your photos are gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous. Love the cards you made too. I linked to your blog today in my post. :)

Happy travels! xo

PS: Have you decided where you will be for Christmas? Will you go back and see your daughter and family?

Lynn said...

you've made beautiful postcards and photos-I love the shot of the horses.

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

Your postcards are lovely! All of your photos are. :-) Love the shot of the horses.

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

i love your postcard - do you use a particular program to do that? ( :

Our Neck of the Woods said...

I love that photo of the horses and your postcards are really cute! Your photography is beautiful :)

amanda | wildly simple said...

Love the post cards! Great idea, and great way to put to use your fantastic photos!

That golden shot - that captures "now" so well. Things are turning outside quickly for us. Fall colors will likely reach their peak in the next week.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

So many wonderful things happening here, I just love all the beautiful shots you show us, and the post card, and the story... wonderful post Linda!

Ros Crawford said...

Oh such wonderful photos ... I love the horses and your postcards are amazing!! I'm in Lincoln and down here they are holding the Motor Home show ... Hundreds of RV's!

augcott said...

Great photos and Random 5!
Wow.....those postcards are wonderful!!!! Who wouldn't enjoy getting one?
Enjoy the cool crisp weather!

Gail Dixon (La.Belle) said...

Love your note cards! Did you print them off yourself or have them done? The golden grass in that last photo is boo-tee-ful! Yay for fall. It was 89 this afternoon, so we're getting there.

Ruth Kelly said...

Your post cards turned out really nice. Do you live in Idaho? It is my home state but I have now lived away from Idaho for so long that, I just have fond memories and friends there.

Gayle Price said...

You are having such a wonderful time during your travels....I love seeing all the photos of where you've been and what you have been doing.....the cow boy show sounds like fun. Even making cookies in a van with no mixer sounds like a bit of an adventure to me. Safe travels. xx

Lisa Gordon said...

It sounds like it was a wonderful week, Linda!
The weather is indeed changing. Mornings are pretty chilly here now.

Have a fantastic weekend, my friend. xo.

Robyn G said...

Good set of photos, Linda. I think the last one is my favorite. Great golden light and color.

Your post cards look awesome! I am thinking about doing a photo book as a Christmas Gift for the Hubby. Did you go through Snapfish or a similar publisher?

I like your B&W Kitchen Aid picture. Enjoy the cookies, you worked hard to make them.

Jinny Newlin said...

Oh, we went to one of those chuckwagon dinners when Ezekiel was about five-years-old. I remember I was pregnant with Adina, and we loved it, too! Although, I'm a vegetarian and felt I got ripped off with dinner ;).

And I so couldn't live without my Kitchen Aid. BJ bought it for me for Thanksgiving a few years back. I had burnt up five mixers that year, but my Kitchen Aid is still kicking. LOVE! Bet those cookies are still YUM! You're making me want to bake ;).

Sharon said...

What elegant horses. Lovely shot!

Davi said...

Such fun living all the adventures each day! I have to say I would miss my kitchen aid for sure! Linda your postcards turned out beautiful :)

Becca said...

Aw, those horses look so pretty standing there watching you. Love those postcards! I'll be looking for one in my mailbox one day! :-) hee hee

Nancy said...

Beautiful photos Linda and love your postcards... I've always wanted to do a post card swap. Maybe next year?

I made some lemon sugar cookies yesterday and they turned out awesome, but I used my Kitchen Aid. Sorry to rub it in. :)

Pride In Photos said...

Oh Linda, I have never heard of a Chuck Wagon Show...how interesting. Would of loved to join you on this adventure♥

Catherine said...

Oh I love love love your postcards! Excellent!
And I bet your cookies were delish!
Happy Saturday!
xo Catherine

Tricia said...

Love the photos! The one of the horses is my favorite. Your postcards sure look great. I'd love to do that with a few of my pictures too, but I never seem to get around to it :)

julieprice3 said...

Just love that wagon, awesome postcards too, looks like you had a wonderful week, thanks for sharing it
Hugs Julie P

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE the postcards and your story about the cowboy show! FAB photos, Linda!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

These are beautiful photos again. Fabulous details.

Colleen Dietrich said...

Girl, you need to set up a business of selling your photos somehow. I LOVE those postcards, especially the cows in the field. Wow.

Cynthia Schelzig said...

I love your postcards toooooo,,,such inspiring photography!

Tracy said...

Love the postcards! How could they not be amazing with your photos. I bet those cookies were doubly good cause of the extra effort. LOL. Hugs!

yyam said...

Fabulous photos. Love the one with the horses. Your photos would make great postcards...I want one!;)