Thursday, April 18, 2013

P: PICTURES!

YAY!  PICTURES!
No more reading.
Let's look at the priddy...

Yup, that's me and Mr. Lincoln.  

A Timberdoodle.

This is a window that my mother designed and made from scratch
for the St. Paul's Catholic Church in Idaho Springs. 

A crab spider is perched like an earring, or a sweet little barrett,
on this already spectacularly pretty pink tulip that grew in my back yard.

Ranunculus flower from my wedding centerpiece

I love this statue.  So damned much.

Gourds!  

Mushroomy goodness!

And because this is the inter netz, I give you:  My Kitty.   You know...  again.

12 comments:

Jan Newman said...

Love your pictures. What a wonderful stained glass window.

Rowena said...

You can never had enough Kitty pictures in my opinion :)

Jessica Peterson said...

Beautiful pictures! I've never heard of a timberdoodle, I love the name. :) And wow! is your mom ever talented.

Have fun with a-z.

Rainbow Hues said...

I loved the picture of the window, so beautifully done. Your mom sure has a talent :)

rebeccabradleycrime.com said...

The Timberdoodle photograph is amazing!

A Daft Scots Lass said...

Your kitty is gorgeous.

Thanx for sharing all your pictures.

Happy A to Z Posting!

Poke The Rock said...

that stained glass is kickass!!

I liked all the pictures even the spider one, because it was tiny...and of course the kitten one!

Debra Mauldin said...

Beautiful photos! I especially love the window your mother made. Absolutely exquisite! :)
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Arlee Bird said...

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J.L. Campbell said...

Hi, Karoline,
Those pictures are pretty to look at. Love the flowers.

J.L. Campbell writes Jamaican Kid Lit

Kimberly Hawks said...

Great idea with the pictures! Visiting from A to Z Challenge Inspirefly

jobseekerjourney said...

Great photos! Enjoying your other posts, too!