Last week was our little town’s Black & White Days, so named for the Holstein cattle shows dating back to 1912. Apparently, this is the “longest running Holstein cattle show west of the Mississippi”. I didn’t take any photos of the Holstein. Tuesday-Friday held various cattle shows and other judging for 4-H and FFA. The… Continue reading Horse Pulls
Happy May to my readers. Here are more photos from the tulip festival. “Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine to the mind.” -Luther Burbank “I love spring anywhere but if I could choose I would always greet it in a garden.” -Ruth Stout “A garden to… Continue reading Hello May!
Within Ashton gardens at Thanksgiving Point, where we visited their tulip festival, is a breathtaking area of sculptures depicting scenes from the mortal ministry of our Savior, Jesus Christ. It’s called, The Light of the World Garden. It was really crowded as it was a Saturday, and I felt rushed taking my photos with so many… Continue reading Light of the World Garden (at Thanksgiving Point)
On Saturday our family visited Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, Utah, for their tulip festival. I was thrilled because we hadn’t been to a tulip festival in years. It was a beautiful day and all the more fun to be there with favorite cousins. Here are a some of my best photos- ♥ Which photo is your… Continue reading Tulip Festival
I love this time of year! It’s still a bit chilly outside, but nice enough to go for a sunset walk in my neighborhood (wearing a light coat and a hat to cover my sensitive ears). Last Sunday I took a solitary walk in the rain (with an umbrella or I would’ve been soaked). About half… Continue reading Welcome Spring!
It was a quiet day here. Well, except for my sneezing. I have the loudest sneeze of anyone I know! My family jokes about my sneezes rattling our windows. And it was my family, or rather my two sons, who were kind enough to pass their colds onto me. It snowed again today, then rained immediately afterwards. I… Continue reading A Winter’s Evening
We spent this past weekend in Rexburg with Marissa, celebrating her birthday with her. On our way home we stopped by Idaho Falls to see its frozen state. There was only a peek of flowing water. How is your January going so far? I worked out five mornings last week and it felt so good. I… Continue reading Idaho Falls in Winter