Joining Kathy (You'll Shoot Your Eye Out) again for SONG-OGRAPHY
. This weeks song was one not familiar to me so I went and listened, (I liked) and then I interpreted....
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I captured this pensive moment of Coleen last Wednesday when we went on another of our nature outings to Rooks Park. I feel "blessed and lucky" to have this little girl in my life and to watch her "bloom and grow" into a young lady and someday a young woman. She is indeed touched by something special.
Also joining Road (Rubbish by Roan) for RUBBISH TUESDAY.
While driving out of the park we happened upon this barn (or what's left of it) and I pulled over to snap some photos.
Poor tractor looks a bit neglected there in that pile of wood.
Be sure to stop by both blogs and check out the other participants. Thanks as always for your visits and your comments.
Lovely photo of Coleen, and lovely sentiment to go with it. She's very precious to you, and I'm sure you're equally precious to her. Grandma is a very special lady! All the best, BonnyReplyDelete
She is growing up so fast. Lovely image.ReplyDelete
Your Coleen is a lovely young girl..wonderful quote.. Enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
That picture of Colleen is so lovely and what a perfect quote for it!ReplyDelete
Great photo of Coleen. Thanks to you and her mommy for sharing her on the blog. Hope she is enjoying school this year.ReplyDelete
Love the barn, too.
Have a nice day
I love old barns. A shame this one is in such bad shape.ReplyDelete
Mersad Donko Photography
This barn certainly has seen better days! I wonder when that tractor last ran...ReplyDelete
so sad and so beautiful at the same timeReplyDelete
Great shots of the barn. The little girl is cute.ReplyDelete
Beautiful young lady. Nice barn! I like that some of the wood still has red. Poor tractor! Thanks for linking up!ReplyDelete
Oh Yes, the Poor Tractor could have worked more :-) These barns make me think the large scale of the agriculture in your country♪♪♪ReplyDelete
Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
poor old barn!ReplyDelete
Lovely photos Ida. Yes, we are lucky to have young ones in our life for they are full of wonder and hope which helps keep us alive too. Wonderful!ReplyDelete
Great old shed....and that Tractor! Truly a rubbish picture.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, Ida. The barn pictures are simply fabulous!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your day - hugs!
Oh, I have listened to that song about a million times while working at the orchard....it made its way on to several different tapes that I listened to.ReplyDelete
Love that old barn...Coleen makes a good subject for a photo and it is wonderful that she does not seem to mind!
Oh my, what a treasure you have to witness this little angel blooming before your eyes. You are blessed, that is for sure. Thank you for joining in at Song-ography!ReplyDelete
That's so sad about that barn!! You did catch a nice, pensive moment of Colleen's. You're blessed and so is she!ReplyDelete
Loved how you combined the young with the vintage. Great shot of the cute little girl and wonderful rubbish finds.ReplyDelete
you are blessed to have Coleen in your life and this is a special photo of her. i like that last shot of the tractor under all the rubbish...ReplyDelete
I love photos of old, tumble-down buildings. If only those walls could talk!ReplyDelete
Your are indeed fortunate to have a youngster in your life. I feel sorry for those who never had children and therefore no grandchildren to bless their lives.ReplyDelete
Wow, can hardly believe someone would let such a neat old barn and neat old tractor go to ruin like that. Someone should reclaim the old timber at the very least.ReplyDelete
The photo of Colleen is wonderful.
That barn needs urgent repair !, beautiful photos!ReplyDelete
Poor tractor, you can say that again. Tom The Backroads TravellerReplyDelete
Your photos are great. Love the one of Colleen.ReplyDelete
That poor barn does look like it's seen better days but I like barns no matter what they look like
i love the old barn, that ripping off roof ... i am always a fan of architecture ... no matter it's shape. ( :ReplyDelete
Pretty girl, Ida. That's a great barn find, too. I have a link up for barns this week if you would like to join.ReplyDelete
Lovely portrait of Coleen! And you sure nailed the rubbish!ReplyDelete
Lovely shot of Coleen. Wonder what she's thinking?ReplyDelete
Great shots for the Rubbish meme.
Nice pictures. I don't think there's much time left for that barn.ReplyDelete
Ida, your granddaughter looks like a sweet beauty of a young girl. You are indeed blessed to see so much of her! My grandkids are hundreds of miles away and I miss them every day. I'm happy that you have this blessing in your life!ReplyDelete
What a lovely capture of Coleen, and the verse seems perfect for the image.ReplyDelete
Poor ol' barn. I bet it has some stories to tell! :)
Great shots of the barn, I wouldn't want to be around in the wind thought.ReplyDelete
Coleen's beauty and that lovely photo is quite a contrast to the falling down barn. Yet it is beautiful in its own way. Great photos, Ida!ReplyDelete
Sweet first photo and comment....and great Rubbish post!ReplyDelete