Monday, October 09, 2006

SUNDAY DRIVE PICS



8 Comments:

Blogger yioeng said...

hello turquoise i just came by to respond in all these good words you left about the poem i wrote for poetry thursday but i can't skip to add that the fotos u posted are great and it seems like u really had a great time this week+.well, spending times with people who are really close like family is always a pleasant thing, especially if u can't see them very often or not.
so anyway, first of all thanks for what you wrote once again. as regards the book thing, i'd never could write one cause im very easily bored, but i ocassionally write short stories and i wish someday they will be so many that will be able to consist a book.u can find some of them or some parts of them scattered throughout my blog and if u ever have the time you can take a look and let me know ur opinion about them, too.and about the maturity thing well, i get this a lot but even though it's a compliment some times i believe that everybody has to live the age he is at the moment and act at that way. so i guess i may am by nature a little bit more mature than i should be being 22 but i also try to be careless or flimsy(i'm not sure if this is the word, u c english is not my first language)and be the 22 year old guy at this point i am.
as u said life is really time consuming, more than internet is and it's time to go now cause real life can't wait, but the last thing i want to add is that this time that i read ur cdomment i thought to myself"gosh... i wish u were an editor..." ok kittin again see u probably on thursday

4:02 AM  
Blogger kerry said...

i'm going on a drive today... i can't wait. your pictures are great. mom and dad are so cute!
thank you for your kind words.

6:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello!Just read about your Sunday trip...and childhood!It's seems great to live in a farm.I like animals.Near the city I live there are rice fields and starks fly in the sky all the time.It's nice to drive along.In winter they are like a mirror because they are full of water.Then rice grows and they turn green,and then yellow when rice is ready to crop.I spent my childhood in a city in northern Portugal.Did not have many chances with farms or animals!But my father's family lived in centre Portugal and had some land.And animals.And I remember visits.I loved it because there were a donkey, a cow, lovely rabbits, little ducks...and lots of cats!

8:18 AM  
Blogger my pink sky said...

be-au-tiful pics! send me your address so i can send you a sparklely...my email button is on my sidebar.

11:57 AM  
Blogger Vicki said...

What romantic Fall pictures! I love the box cars, leaves, & folks -- Each tells a wonderful story.

1:01 PM  
Blogger b/sistersshoes said...

Fantastic, beautiful, heartwarming,
and lets not leave out a little crazy fun.

That describes this post!

Love you woman :D

xxxd

1:31 PM  
Blogger Tammy said...

Awsome photos especially the middle one :) xxoo

5:57 PM  
Blogger pepektheassassin said...

Love your Sunday Drive pictures! We took a drive, too! Stop by and take a look -- the Fall colors are gorgeous! Nice you could do this with family!

3:53 PM  

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