Day 19 ~Family
I had to resort to two photos to get a photo with all our family in it. It’s hard to get all of us together these days with work schedules and proximity to each other in the state of Washington. The first photo of family was taken in Western Washington and the next photo of family was taken in Eastern Washington.
This challenge post is out of order since I started with day 19 and moved backwards and forwards and all about the town for days 17 thru day 23.
November Photo*A*Day challenge from Kati.
Days 17, 18, 20, 21, and 22. Hot Drink (17) Hands/Feet (18), Wood (20), Candlelight (21), Orange (22).
Day 23 ~ Path
Our house is quiet again as our First Thanksgiving Celebration has come and gone. I will post the photos of our celebration soon. We had a great full day of food and fun. This morning Dan and Jamie headed out early to face the treacherous road conditions over Snoqualmie Pass on to Eastern Washington. I woke up this morning came down the stairs to see that Dear had washed all the dishes that didn’t fit in the dishwasher. He also emptied the clean dishes from the dishwasher. What a sweet treat that was to me.
Hope you are finishing your weekend well.
I’m joining Kati’s November Photo-A-Day Challenge with days 10 through 16.
Day 10 ~ Yellow
This is one of the tiles that are part of our back splash behind our stove top.
Day 11 ~ Outside my Window
Ha! First, I had to use some glass cleaner on my window before I snapped away.
Day 12 ~ Small
Day 13 ~ Large
The contrast between the large and the small…
Day 14 ~ Swirl
Day 15 ~ Animal
It’s November so I’m sharing the wild turkeys we saw in Eastern Washington while visiting our son. This part of Eastern Washington is known as the Turkey Capitol of Washington State!
Day 16 ~ Red
For red I’m going back to Windsor England with the Guard in their dress uniforms.
It’s late on Friday and it’s been a busy day for me. After my exercise class I powered up the lawn mower and mowed the lawn which consisted mostly of vacuuming up the fallen leaves from the Maple, Pear and Apple Tree. I’m wondering if this will be the last mow of the season or if there will be one more. I’m sitting with my feet up now and am happy that we have a quiet weekend ahead. We are still in a dry, very cold weather system with plenty of frost in the mornings. I’ve been amazed at all the winter snow photos from many of you. Our son had snow in Eastern Washington.
Love this photo of my pop, sister Lana, and niece Melissa from their Thursday night dinner together.
Have a wonderful weekend.