Monday, February 15, 2010

Days Gone By

I don't know about you, but this mud around here has got me going crazy. I cannot go anywhere without seeing mud, stepping in mud, or hearing about mud from others. I am not sure how we are ever going to recover from this situation we are in.

Well one way that Catherine and I have made our day a little better was by looking at some pictures that we took a few years back right in the middle of summer when the grass was lush and green and the was NO MUD!

So if you are in the same situation that we are with the mud or snow or whatever it may be, hopefully these following pictures will cheer you up a little bit.

Catherine and I were just driving around the ranch one day and took this picture in the front pasture.

This picture was taken at Catherine's great-grandmother Ann Forgason's house. All the local's call it Nanny's lake and there are many stories to be told about this place.

Not sure why, but I thought that taking a picture of me taking a picture would be cool. Catherine thought otherwise.

Myrtle Bo getting a drink on a hot summer evening.

Myrtle Bo posing by the water tank that has some monster goldfish in it!

We went to the hay meadow to see all the freshly wrapped round bales and took a picture of the hay rake.

The lane that goes to one of the hay meadows on the ranch.

If for some reason these pictures have not put you in a better mood, you can always end the day with a plate of biscuits and gravy. That’s right, while I have been working on gathering the pictures for the blog, Catherine has been whipping up some biscuits and gravy. Lucky me!!!