Saturday, June 12, 2010

Looking Back Sunday

I went back to pictures from 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009 and I picked out some rather iconic pictures of mid-June for you today.

This has always been one of my favorite shots of our flock - in fact, it was published in our local paper in the "Pets" section.

All of The Shepherd's azaleas are done blooming for this year - but a couple of years ago, they were still in full bloom mid June

This is the beautiful bouquet that we had for our Flower Communion a couple of years ago - everyone just brings a few flowers from their garden and at the end of the service everyone gets a flower to take home.

The blueberries are growing and growing

And last year, I was madly spinning this beautiful blue & "shades of other" targhee so I would have a project to work on for our trip to Black Sheep. I made a sweater for our friend's daughter - it turned out really great for the first time that I'd made something besides a rectangular baby blanket!

Oh, oh, oh, Black Sheep Gathering in


Kathy said...

WooHoo! Can't wait! It'll be so nice to see you guys again!!!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Hi Tina, since I'm a new visitor to your blog - got here from another blog - the look back was fun...loved the sheep! The flowers are lovely - The Shepherd does a great job with them. I also enjoy photographing them around our yard.

We (Grenville) and myself (Beatrice) have a little mini-farm on the VA eastern shore and we love having back door drop-in vitiros. Hope you will stop in sometime...

Sharon said...

I'm excited too - just days away!

vlb5757 said...

The sheep shot makes me so jealous whelere you live. I remember you posting about the baby sweater you made. I think it turned out beautifully! Our blueberry season is next month and I am all over that! I can't wait to get out there and pick. I try to eat them almost everyday with my morning yogurt and sometimes make a pie or a crumble with them. Too wonderful!