Sunday, November 7, 2010

This...that and the other...

abandoned wasp nest....

pretty sky...

pumpkin still looking good...
potato vine growing like crazy...

This...that...and the other...

I'm thankful I live in a country where I can speak my mind....

11 comments:

Deb said...

Yikes! I'm glad the wasp nest is empty.

texwisgirl said...

Have a happy "miscellaneous" Sunday! :)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Amen! Love your header, too. Very cheerful.

~Lisa

Cherrie said...

I am Thankful for that too!

Kat said...

Love that shot of the wasp's nest - really neat perspective. Love your header photo too, it made me smile :) Hope you are having a wonderful weekend. Kat

nanny said...

Me too Deb! So very thankful!

Zoey said...

That looks like a BIG wasp's nest. I would save it and use it on a wreath or something. They are so neat.

Sue said...

Hi Deb,
I love your this and that list, especially being able to speak my mind in this country. We do have so much to be thankful for.
I read some of your previous post , as always trying to catch up. lol, and enjoyed all of your photos.

I viewed the side bar of all those photos of your little britches and he is one cutie pie. I bet if you knew grand children were going to be this much fun you would have had them first. lol Enjoy enjoy!!
Hugs,
Sue

glimpse of my world said...

sweet baby!! You must be such a a proud grammy!!! I have 2 and there is nothing like grandson's! Smiles to you!

Debbie said...

I am thankful that we still have the freedom to speak freely; however, I recently heard that Dr. David Jeremiah, a Christian evangelist, wrote a book that referenced our president. Dr. Jeremiah was called into the White House and told that they didn't appreciate what he had written. Dr. J. did not back down and said he is an American who can say whatever he wants about whomever he wants. After a short meeting, he was dismissed but knew that the WH wasn't happy with his book. The WH is looking more like a gestapo these days than the capitol of a free nation. Thank God for our freedoms still intact, however threatened.

Janie said...

The wasps made a cozy nest. I wouldn't have wanted to get close while they were in it!
The pumpkin is still looking fine. My daughter kept hers on the porch until spring one year. They were still pumpkin shaped, but a little dessicated.