12/18/2012 God had arranged the last.

Woke up this morning in Sasebo, Japan thinking about home a little… thinking about the family from church and missing Kenai, our black lab.  I was still looking for a picture for today’s post and decided on this one taken a few days before we left .. .I thanked my friends for letting me take their photos with the family and their dogs and arranging such a sunset.  Andrew  said that he was only responsible for the  first two… God had arranged the last.  Thank you GOD!

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12/17/2012 Hang on there are only 14 more post!

A little desperate to finish  the “366 Favorite Photos” project… I went searching deep into my archives…found this photo  taken in my backyard about 10 years ago. Hang on there are only 14 more post and there are NO plans for a repeat next year.

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12/12/12 UP, UP and away to Japan!

UP, UP and away to Japan!  We are heading west but they call it the Far East???  I guess it matters where you start.  Only 2 hours of car travel to airport, 18 hours of flight time, 5 hours layover time and a 2 hour bus ride away from the kiddos!

Headed West!

12/10/2012 I love my dog!

The family pooch put himself in the picture while I was taking  photos of our friends.  I could never have gotten him to do this.  I love my dog and they love theirs. Thank you GOD for pets!

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12/9/2012 Today’s post has two pictures.

Today’s post had to have two pictures.  This is early December in North Central Florida.  We have it pretty good here considering the winters that so many parts of the country have.  No we are not “dashing through the snow on a one horse open sleigh” … BUT we can hop on the tractor and cut us some hay.  SONY DSCSONY DSC

12/8/2012 Just Kidding!

Next year I am going to have the biggest zinnia bed I possibly can.   We have already talked about the compost that we will be adding… the new water lines and ways to keep Kenai from digging up the beds.  (That is probably the hardest part)  I want lots of flowers… I need them to attract the butterflies.  I remember in my science class in high school we made cyanide jars to kill bugs and butterflies for an assignment.  Today I would NEVER kill a butterfly.. .now I might hurt that woodpecker that is making a hole in the soffit of the porch.  (Just kidding!)Butterfly & Zinnia