Monday, October 22, 2007

Much needed pictures!

The camera cord has been found!!! I don't know how it ended up amongst some sort of recycling bin/futon arm rest story, but it did. So the saying, "Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today," must be put into practice. So enjoy Colorado!

Okay, so I think that it was 2 Fridays ago that Raleigh and I met up with her Grandma at Happy Apple Farm to pick us some nice ole' pumpkins. We also got some Gala and Golden Delicious apples. Ummhmm they is good!

Then what happened next?...oh yea. On the way back I realized that the leaves were turning all sorts of fallish colors. It crazy the kinds of things that seems so unreal to you when you have lived around pine trees for the past 2 years.

The next day I think, it looked like it was going to rain hardcore. The massive mountains were hidden behind these downpours of rain. So I ran up above our school rec center to a bench and took a couple shots of...well...rain.

(i don't know if you can see it, but those rock humps in the center left part of the pic are the Garden of the Gods Rocks...crazy huh?)

Then lastly we shall talk about snow. Which real snow, snow falling from the heavens, I have not seen for 3 years. So going on a walk and letting the wet flakes fall on my face and soak the top of my head was necessary. Gosh, I hope that NC gets snow this year. Seriously Cabarrus County would never have school in these conditions.

As a result of all of this, a windshield scraper and new big rug was bought for scrapin' an' insulatin' of course! See, just a couple buys makes it a much easier transition.


Anonymous said...

Wow...I had to have a cup of coffee while I read this post and looked at the pictures. It's a good thing you work at Pike's Perk huh. Yes honey Cabarrus County would be closed down for a couple days and I'd be wishing I had my sweet girl to go play in the snow with...I miss you. Love...Momma

Leslie said...

I'm about to be a weatherizing expert. So in a few weeks when I come down there to the cold colorado snowfields, I might have some ideas for keeping your home more energy efficient! I'm getting all learned and stuff, out here in Montana!

HeatherMichelle said...

& it is like 80 degrees here in Alabama. crazy!