It is that time of week again when I subject you to all the shots I have made during the week. I can't believe the year is nearly halfway through. I have really enjoyed this and am glad Sara hosts it each week. Want to see some truly wonderful pictures....drop in on Sara and see what everyone else has to offer. Join in if you want to and link up and I promise you won't regret it.
Sunday, June 12th
The sign for the week. I was in Florida with Amanda on Sunday and when I got home I ran down and caught this picture.
Monday, June 13th
Still working on the glassware. I put several items on ebay seven days ago....and nothing sold. How depressing....so it is back to the drawing board.
Tuesday, June 14th
We went by to check on Betty Jean and Larry and I snapped a few of her huge hibiscus flowers and the bee on the purple flower. These hibiscus flowers are as big as salad plates. They are gorgeous. The bottom one was shy and kept hiding its face.
Wednesday, June 15th
Sunset shots from the 25th floor of our hotel. We definitely had a room with a view.
Thursday, June 16th
Friday, June 17th
One of our congregation members has this sweet little house in her back yard. It was where her grandmother lived once upon a time. They are actually going to tear it down this summer sometime and Bonnie told me if I wanted a picture I better get it soon. This little cabin has been painted by many Southern artists. It just looks so perfect sitting there.
Saturday, June 18th
Today was the Prophitt family reunion at Amanda's. On our way to her house we passed this lovely barn on CR 16. I had to get a picture of it. You know me and barns. I love the things.
At Amanda's house we had figured maybe 38 - 40 family members would come to the reunion.....we had 51! Amanda's house was bulging at the seams. It was grand. I think we are going to try and do it again next year.
My son, Eric and my sister/cousins, Melissa and Linda.
The greatest picture ever....to the right is my Aunt Polly (she was married to my Uncle Willie - my mom's oldest brother.) To the left is my Aunt Eula (she was married to my grandfather's twin brother, Gary and she was 107 in May.)....yep...I did not stutter...she was 107 and is sharp as a tack. What a great day this was. I love family reunions. After the reunion, Frank and I left and headed back to the house to change clothes. We were working Molly Blackmon's wedding at the First Church in Alex City. We got home about 10:30 and were zonked.