Thursday, May 1, 2014

Good Fences

Today I am joining Texwis Girl with Good Fences
there are plenty of Texas fences to share....
sometimes it isn't exactly the fence...
but is what is in front of the fence...
 

other times it is what is through the fence...
I wish Iris' bloomed longer....they go to fast...

this is at the Cedar Hill State Park...
they call it the perch pond...
it is a nice place to take the kiddos fishing...
there are a lot of perch in there...
that love to bite...
the kids...(including me) love to catch them...
I'm thinking it is about time to go fishing again...
Happy first day of May...
where did April go???
we started out cold this morning...
but the sun is shining...
and that crazy wind has finally slowed down...
we have been so Windy...
and with wind...comes the allergies...
I've been on allergy medicine since the first of March...
it helps but doesn't stop it all...
 


12 comments:

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Awesome fences cute child. Sneezing too.

Excuse me while I grab a Kleenex.


Happy Thursday and yes it is May and our snow has gone. Ya!

No sun just may rain.

Debbie said...

awwww, the chain links.....always look awesome with something pretty or cute in front of them!!

TexWisGirl said...

hot rod and irises make good fence models. :)

thanks for linking in, deb!

Sandra said...

they are all perfect, the in front gets cute award, the behind get beautiful award and the last one gets I want to be there award

Frank said...

Very nicely captured.

nookworm said...

I really like the shadows that are cast by the fence on the bridge walkway.

Catherine said...

Well, the weather here today is foggy!! and chilly!! and damp!
I do think the sun will try to peek through later.
Have a beautiful day. Blessings, Catherine

Ida said...

Oh yes what's in front of the fence is cute as a button.
Beautiful Iris behind the fence. Mine are just starting to bloom.
That Perch Pond looks like a great place and I bet kids love fishing there.

marilyn said...

Cute and beautiful add-ons can make plain fences noticeable .

RobinfromCA said...

All of the things fences keep in and out were placed there to protect what is precious. I love your perspectives!

I hear you with the allergies. Nothing stops them completely but I keep thinking how awful it would be if they weren't being held at bay by the medications. Another type of fence maybe?

Michelle said...

Hot Rod is such a cutie pie.

Margaret Adamson said...

Great fences and I love the iris behind it. Looks a great place to have fun fishing.