Friday, June 6, 2014

Life has been crazy...

CRAZY busy. 

Kitchen renovations combined with getting ready for grandbaby #4 has taken up weeks of my time and energy. I will post photos of the baby when my daughter says I can. And I will post photos of the kitchen when it is done.

In the meantime, the wheat field lining our driveway has turned a beautiful gold.

~Revelation 14:15~
And another angel came out of the temple, calling with a loud voice to him who sat on the cloud, “Put in your sickle, and reap, for the hour to reap has come, for the harvest of the earth is fully ripe."

And I found this lovely patch of Daisy Fleabane. It doesn't look like much from a distance.
Just a bit of yellow and white nestled among the weeds on the edge of the field.

But as you get closer...

It really becomes a beautiful wildflower!

~Psalm 104:24~ (ERV)
Lord, you created so many things!
    With your wisdom you made them all.
    The earth is full of the living things you made.

~ Daisy Fleabane ~
(Erigeron annuus)

With summer only beginning, I am hoping to have many more photo ops, 

both with babies and nature!

What are your plans for the summer; an exciting vacation, read a good book, laze around the swimming pool?

Whatever it is, I hope you have a blessed time in the Lord doing it!


  1. How exciting about the new grandchild coming!

  2. Nice photos! Love the daisies :)

  3. Always such beautiful photos Anne. How exciting to have a grand baby on the way. :) Congratulations to you as the grandmother. Such joy!
    Enjoy your new kitchen as well.
    Happy summer to you!
    Blessings Debbie

  4. Absolutely stunning! That first picture of the wheat truly looks like gold! And the wildflowers are beautiful - love the last one.

    Congratulations on another grandbaby - how wonderful and precious :)

    Blessings to you, sweet friend!

  5. Wonderful photos. The golden glow is beautiful. And thanks for the visit.


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