June 5, 2011
Looks like a beautiful Sunday afternoon
What beautiful photography! Your deck is looking GOOD. So are you and Eric. :-)
The deck is looking fantastic!
I love how you are wearing a fancy necklace while mowing the grass. Too cute for words! I love your blog :)
Okay firstly: what a cutey little chipmunk! I haven’t seen one since I moved from New England to Texas – I miss those adorable buggers!
Secondly: You changed my life with your overnight oats recipes! I am completely hooked now. I didn’t understand all the hype until I tried them for myself. My latest post is pretty much me going on and on about their greatness, and I have you to thank! You can check it out at http://skinnyfatgirls.wordpress.com/2011/06/05/my-new-obsession/.
Love the blog – keep livin’ the healthy life and sharing it with us!
Great pictures. And how cute are you on that lawn tractor?!?!?
Beautiful photos! And that chipmunk is adorable!! I don;t think we have them over here…I am pretty sure we don’t. So cute!
Yeehaw…that’s all I can say :-) Girl Power on that mower…and I love that you’re so stylish even on a mower!?
LOVE this beautiful day in pictures!!
That chipmunk is so cute! They are by far the cutest rodents. And you make mowing the lawn look good, especially in that cute necklace!
Beautiful pictures! I love the last one the most!
look at that chipmunk! too cute.
You are so fashionable while mowing the lawn!! Love it!
You has a chipmunk! Too cute. When I was a kid we had very domesticated chipmunks at our cottage in Sauble Beach – they’d jump up on the picnic table and take peanuts out of our hands…one was even so bold as to make off with my grandpa’s ham steak that he left on a paper plate while he went inside to get a drink. The chipmunk managed to get in between the ham and the plate, somehow balanced the ham on its back and then bolted. You haven’t laughed your arse off until you’ve seen a ham steak grow legs and run across a lawn, lol. Consider yourself warned when you’re enjoying that lovely deck!
Good shot on the chipmunk! They are not known for holding still very long. We have encountered them at KOA’s where they have mastered the fine art of stealing/begging food. Most of them needed double-wide burrows.
i sat there for 10 mins hehe
Beautiful pictures, looked like the perfect day :)
I love the look of all those pictures – calming, beautiful and refreshing.
My deck-envy keeps growing! It looks great. Oh and in the ‘great compliments’ category, my wife just saw a pic of your hubby and immediately said, “He looks like Jack!” (Lost reference) – go with it, bro!
LOL – how cute are you on the mower!
Sometimes, I just love a post of all pictures but after awhile, I miss the words :)