Remember Hannah and Joanna from last year? Well, the girls decided they wanted to do a shoot together in the spring, and we decided to do it at our local arboretum. Friday dawned a beautiful sunny day (which was delightful, because our spring and pre-spring so far has been very cloudy!) so of course we had to battle harsh light, but I think the pictures turned out really well!
Indoor photography is the worst. There’s nothing quite like a blurry yellow and badly edited picture to make your stomach curdle. Not sure what I mean?
I have some exciting news to announce that very few of you know – my family and I are hitching up the trailer and heading down to St. Augustine, Florida! We’re going to leave on the twenty-fourth and we’re staying for a week. I can’t wait for the sunny climate!
I decided to write down 40 things I’m thankful for just as a reminder that there are so many things we can be thankful for!
Warning: This is going to be a very photo-heavy post. Also, I announced the giveaway winners below!
I think I’ll just let the pictures speak for themselves.
Last week, we (meaning Granddaddy, Daddy, Mama and Muttie) moved a high tunnel into the garden that Granddaddy and the boys built. It just so happened that it got moved just as the sun was setting – and, as I had my camera, I got some amazing pictures!
Hey, guys! So it’s been a while since I did an “around the farm” post. I figured it was time for another!
Well, the time change is here, and unfortunately, it’s one of the causes of Seasonal Depression. For those who don’t know what seasonal depression is (otherwise known as Seasonal Affective Disorder, abbr. SAD), it’s a type of depression that often occurs during the same season each year – for most, that season is mid fall through winter. Causes can be: lack of vitamin D (which is naturally derived from the sun), the time change, lack of sleep, lack of exercise, and other causes still not known.