I love old doors so I take pictures of them whenever I can. This photo was taken while on a hike at Watkins Glen on the Gorge Trail. It was on a building that was near a cemetery so I don’t know if it was used for work tools or what but this building was a two story building and the bottom floor had a door exactly like this one that someone had bashed in so you could see into the room which was totally empty.
The second photo is of an old window that I bought for $5 at a yard sale. You can see it had hinges on one side and a latch of some sort on the other. This side is crackled old pink paint with green showing through the cracks. The other side has a beige color paint. I love the glass in it and the fact that it looks old. I have plans to clean it up and hang it somehow in my bathroom window. It is just the perfect size for that.
Hope you enjoyed looking at my photos and it would be so awesome if you would share some photos of neat old things or yard sale finds too.
Until next time, have an awesome and blessed day!
Well the happy day came and went without any big problems. It was a gorgeous day for an outdoor wedding. And what a spot they picked! This was the view from the platform where the ceremony took place.
And here is the happy couple.
And here is a picture of all the flowers that I made for the wedding.
I ended up making 4 corsages in all. One for the mother of the bride and mother of the groom, and one for each of the grandmothers of the groom.
The day was such fun and the food was delicious. We all got to catch up with friends and family that we haven’t seen in a while like my nephew and his wife and kids who live in North Carolina. He also happened to be the grooms brother and best man.
Hope you enjoyed the pictures. Have a great day and be blessed!
It was a rainy Sunday in my neck of the woods last weekend so my family and my sister and her husband decided to take a day trip to a not-to-far lake. Since my sister and her husband were very close to their 35th anniversary and my husband and I had just had our 33rd anniversary a week ago, we thought we would go out to eat somewhere in celebration also.
We started the outing by walking through and shopping at a mall in the area. It was a lot of fun helping my sister pick out a new blouse. I lost count of how many she tried on. 🙂
Next we headed to a near by health food store/cafe to find some goodies. They had a hot foods bar, cold foods bar, deli, and dessert case. My sister and brother-in-law chose several different items to sample together, I chose some veggie sushie, and my hubby chose chicken and potato logs. (I forgot to mention that our sons came along with us to go shopping at the mall while we were doing our thing.)
It finally stopped raining and the sun came out and warmed everything up nicely. YAY! So we chose to go to the park nearby that was on the lake. Our boys met us there and we gathered together in a pavilion to eat. The boys, having already eaten at the mall, kept us company. My brother-in-law remembered hearing about a covered bridge that was not too far away from where we were, so after eating we decided to go try to find it.
On the way out of the park we were delayed by these cute little fluff balls.
There were so many of them and in various stages of growth. And I don’t know if they were all from one mommy and daddy or not. Like this next picture….Look at them all! Adorable!!!
It didn’t take too long before we found the Newfield Covered Bridge. Here are some links for your reading pleasure about this covered bridge and others. Here, Here, and Here
Here we are all together in front of the bridge. My sister is wearing her new blouse and it looks great on her.
I hope you enjoyed this post and until next time, Have a great day and be blessed!