Wednesday, November 9, 2016

From Kitchen to Coop

When my grandparents added on to their house, they didn't let their lean-to kitchen go to waste. They moved it behind the barn and converted it into a chicken coop.



Memory is a funny thing. I was pretty sure I had the facts right for this layout, then I showed it to my dad. He told me I was wrong. His folks did move the kitchen lean-to when they added on to the family home, but they put it into the woods and used it for wood. The chicken coop was always a chicken coop.

Dad said, though, since the layout was all done, I could post it the way it was.  Thanks, Dad!  It would have been hard to redo.

The picture below shows my Dad's family home after they moved Dad's grandparents old home onto the site. If you compare this picture with the one on the left above, you will notice the kitchen lean-to is gone, and the house is doubled in size. This is definitely old-fashioned recycling! Why waste a perfectly good house when you can move it someplace else?


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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Pause for Beauty

When we visited David and Rheanne in Michigan, we all paused to enjoy the beauty of the dunes by Lake Michigan.  This shot shows David and Rheanne up a tree on the highest dune in the park, looking down onto Lake Michigan and the setting sun.  I really like the silhouettes and the sun flares.


Scrap Girls Club Promo: Simplify by Angie Briggs; Angie Briggs: ScrapSimple Embellishment Templates: Freestyle 2

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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Bouquet of Beauties

I love this shot of my daughter-in-law, Rheanne, with her bridesmaids.  I thought they looked like a colorful bouquet. (April 2016)


Brandy Murry: Sweet Summer Collection Biggie; Font: My Nerd
Photo by Dan Zahler of Zahler Photography


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Blowing in the Wind

My sister's dog, Riley, loves to rides in a car with his nose out the window and his ears blowing in the wind. I thought this was such a fun picture I decided to make a page using it.



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