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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Alphabet Thursday -- Good Old Fences

Today I am sharing with you some 'Old' pics from my photo
album. 

 This is the last house we lived in.  I loved this 'Old' place.
 And old collage I made of some of my favorite pics.  I love the
shots I got of the horses laying down. 
 And to cool us down abit.  The last snow snow in Texas! 
We got dumped on a couple of years ago on Christmas Eve.

Linking with Outdoor WednesdayAlphabet Thursday, Good Fences
 


15 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

the cool down was especially nice! thanks! :)

LV said...

We could use a cool down now, but not snow.

Felicia said...

wonderful memories, thanks for sharing.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Very cool collages. Thanks for sharing. :-)
The View from the Top of the Ladder

Linda Kay said...

The collage of the snow in Texas is great, and I remember it well. Thanks for sharing.

Jim said...

I'm liking your "O" letter "Old Things" post. Your collage is wonderful with a lot of memories for you. The last house one has lived in? Haven't been there yet but it is coming. Both of us are retired.

I did snoop around a bit. You and Cowboy have a wonderful mission going. I only searched on the word "move" so of course I didn't get the latest on the work with the teens.

Donna Heber said...

Hi Grantham,

It's always great going through old photos. Wonderful memories. Your old home was very pretty even in the snow!

Ida said...

Isn't it fun to go back and see (the way we use to be)? That snow wouldn't be fun for me but maybe for those in Texas who don't see it often it would be a blast.

Unknown said...

What a lovely memories! I love it. Have a lovely weekend. xx

Unknown said...

Lovely collage. The horse in the snow is gorgeous.

Judie said...

I'm lovin' that snow! We rarely get snow here in coastal Georgia, but I could really use some cooler temps right about NOW!!

Betty said...

I will always remember the Christmas Eve snow. We drove down to Galveston for Christmas dinner and the snow on the palm trees and beach was beautiful. I think it was more than a few years ago. Wasn't it in 2004? Are we talking about the same Christmas Eve snow? Texas is big and you might have had it another year 800 miles away from where I live. For us it was so exciting! I grew up with snow but acted like a tourist that day.

Annesphamily said...

Beautiful horses and such a sweet collage! I love the share and wish you a beautiful weekend. Ooh that snow! I dread seeing too much of it too soon! Hugs, Anne

Michelle said...

Hi Sherry,

I'm praying we don't have that polar vortex winter I hear some talk about. Suppose to be even worse than last year. We haven't had an ice storm in several years and hope we don't get one this year.

Blessings!!

Dr. Anita Sabat said...

old is gold :)
No one can take away golden memories :)