Friday, October 29, 2010

Senior Photos I

Here are the photos of the charming, young men.

Starting with BFF photos...

Now Aaron...

Now Caleb...


More Senior Photos!

I am taking Senior photos of my little brother and cousin this evening.
It will be my first cousin, Aaron, and Joshua's youngest brother, Caleb.
My cousin Aaron is not so little anymore,
but growing up he was little to me.
Neither is Caleb, but he needs no explanation,
he is always saying how he is stronger than my Hubby.
So I will just leave him as little.

I hope to post some tonight!


Sunday, October 24, 2010

Joshua's Birthday Dinner

Here are some more photos of my dear
hubby's Birthday dinner.

Starting with...

Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts

Crescent Rolls

BBQ Ribs

Smoked Pork Loin

Sour Cream Mashed Potatoes

Creamed Limas

Spinach/Romaine Salad with Celery Seed Dressing

Bread and Butter Pickle/Cinnamon Pickle

Chocolate Cake

The Birthday Man Making a Wish


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Birthday Dinner Sneak Peek!

It's late and I'm tired, but I had to post one
photo of Joshua's Birthday dinner.

More to follow.

Sleep Good,

My Hubby's Birthday

My dear hubby of five months turns 23 today.
I won't gross you out with a long mushy post,
but he really is a wonderful man.

Some days I come home from work and he has
started a load of laundry or loaded the dish washer.
He is a handy man that can fix or make anything he puts his mind to.
And last but not least, he is man after God's own heart.

Okay, I'll stop because I could go on all day.

Tonight I am having him a Birthday dinner.
He chose the menu and the guests.

Photos to come!


Sunday, October 17, 2010

Senior Photo Sneak Peek!

I had the privilege of taking senior photos this afternoon.
It was a beautiful day with clear, crisp sky's.
We had a great time roaming my parents
farm for creative backdrops.

Juanita Landis

Joel Anderson

More to come!


Saturday, October 16, 2010

Thanksgiving Ideas

I am already excited about Thanksgiving-
it's one of my favorite times of the year.
Crisp, fall air, clear sky's along with all the
wonderful food that Thanksgiving brings.

Last year I had a Thanksgiving dinner for our family*.

*It was for, the Noel farm, the farm owned by my Dad and
his brother. Brothers married sisters, so we are like one
big, happy family. We grew up with our double-first-
cousins living right back the lane.

We had a glorious time growing up on the same farm.
Enjoying all that you can do on a farm plus a woods
and a river. Indian camps and tree houses were built,
along with too many other things to mention.

Here is what the invitation looked like-
it was a fold over card on cream paper.


Inside front cover



I wish I had more photos of the food, but that always happens to me.
I have time before hand, but when you have people sitting at the table
ready to eat, taking photos is the last thing you are thinking of.

Individual, Pumpkin Praline Torte's