My daughters and I went around picking some wildflowers. Don't worry, there were thousands. In front of my driveway.
Yea, messed up the focus some here, but still pretty flowers.
Another random pic of me with some flowers. Ha.
Wildflowers taken from the pasture around my house.
Can't really rememb4er what this was. Think it may have been an anthill. So here I present some dirt on an ant hill!
My two sweet daughters, preparing to make some homemade pizza.
The homemade pizza! Constructed by Sarah, Katie, and Daddy! And it was delicious.
Katie and Sarah, preparing to make some pizza!
Sarah, putting on some cheese!
Hurry Sarah and Katie, I am hungry! What sweeties!
Old Doc. He is calm here, but leads a rather wild life.
Another photo of Doc. He just showed up a few years ago. Evidently had been abused, and had trouble trusting for a long time. But he has had a good life here, with me and my other cat, Salem.
The Crimson clover is all over the pasture now. Was kinda worried a while, but it finally made it. Awesome.
Crimson clover closeup. This is the remnants of the clover planted by my Dad and my Uncle years ago for their cows.
This is a weather vane at the corner of my cousin, Marty's house. I cut by it all the time while walking, Thought is was kinda cool.
These are some bluebonnets that one of my neighbors planted around his mailbox.
Now this is what I call purty!
There were hundreds of these all over the pasture this year.
One of my neighbor's horses munching away.
Closeup of a bluebonnet.
More pretty flowers.
Daughter, Katie, poses in front of the mantle.
Dad. Little allergy in the eye. :(
Katie and Dad.
Dandelions and crimson clover.
Bee working away.
Bee loving the nectar.
There were hundreds of bees working the clover on this day.
Bee trying to hide.
Field of clover.
Now this is indeed a closeup of the clover.
More bees working.
Didn't do very good on this one, but these are difficult shots.
Butterflies getting in on the action.
This was a thistle growing by the pond. There is beauty in everything, even things that can stick you.
Pretty butterfly enjoying the day.
This little guy let me get really close. Pretty good macro photo if I do say so.
This pic is locked onto my camera. But that is ok, it is of my daughter, Katie.
My daughter, Sarah, back from a flower picking with Dad. The flowers are pretty, but not as pretty as Sarah! What a beauty!
Sarah Jane, smells the flowers. Mmmmmm. Nothing like the smell of Wisteria in the Spring!
Salem, takes a pause while drinking from the bird bath.
Sarah lets Salem smell the flowers.
Dad likes flowers too.