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Friday, June 22, 2012

I'm avoiding getting off of this computer, getting some work done around the house and getting on with my day.  Instead, I have been fiddling around with some pictures from the recent past.  The one of Cary above is so cute, don't you think?  We had spent the afternoon in Sunriver that day.  I have been thinking about how much I really do appreciate him, and about all that he does for me and for everybody around us.  Thanks, Cary, I love you!

I also appreciate the fact that we have been lucky enough to travel a bit.  Most of our trips are nearby, like when we went to Warm Springs Reservation a couple of years ago.  It is like another world there, and the geography is only a part of it.  That is where these photos were taken:

That is all for now, because my 3.5 hours of being online is now coming to an end.  Hope you all have a great day!

~ Kathy M.

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Little Nell said...

That's lovely. Does Cary read your blog?

Kathy A. Johnson said...

That's a great picture of Cary--you should frame it or make it your screensaver! I also loved the photo of the old church--very picturesque. And now, speaking of getting off the computer, I need to do that myself and do some housecleaning! (bleah)

Melissa Bradley said...

You really do have an artist's eye. Your pictures always make me want to climb inside and stay awhile.

I have a difficult time getting off of the computer myself. ;)

Rob From Amersfoort said...

Interesting landscape and photos. Did you visit an Indian village (or the casino)?

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