This is where I'm spending my time right now. Except I'm in the city part of it so I don't see all of this anymore. This was on a stop off of the highway.
Is this a hidden treasure? Well yes, of course! Look who's standing next to me freezing her tail off! My little sister. (Why didn't I offer her a part of my blanket?) It's hidden because I don't usually think about it. I just love how pictures capture the memories forever.
This reminds me of snow... (Not that I wish it was here, I consider myself in good condition to be able to avoid a real winter this year.)
I just knew there would be something nice along the fence row. :)
And this is my absolute favorite! Dr. Seuss anyone?
And welcome to the beauty of rocks!
As we made our way from the deep south out here to the west I watched the scenery change and I began to think of the atmosphere in my home town, and where I grew up when I was little near the mountains. My grandma compared our place in the country to the greenery of Ireland, it really is beautiful. And I remembered the mountains and the sweet air. I thought about some of those times when I looked at the sky and exclaimed "Wow!" because of the beauty I saw there. I thought about how I detested flat places but yet there is a certain beauty to it. I remembered times by the sea shore with my Dad's parents, and about the city. City is not all ugly I can appreciate that too, at least a little. I just got a real picture at how beautiful our world is and how amazing God is to create it that way. I am so glad everything is not all city, or ocean, or mountain, or plains, or swamps. I love the diversity. That is what I thought about as I spent long hours looking out the window, I even got to see the Rio Grande by the way. :)