Monday, June 13, 2011

Project 365-Sweet Shot

 

 

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Monday

Took this shot while we were waiting for dinner.  As you can tell the service was a tad bit s-l-o-w, but we had a nice night out anyway.

 

 

Tuesday

Took my granddaughter to the Y with me.  She has a blast playing while I was in my exercise class.

 

 

Wednesday

My daughter in love came over with the kids so we could go swimming.  So, now you get to see how beautiful the mother of my precious grand-children really is.  Love you Kristin♥

 

 

Thursday

Took a walk with my husband around our neighborhood.  It was so interesting  to watch the Purple Martin’s feeding their young.

 

 

Friday

Had an awesome day with my best buddy.  After a wonderful meal, we did some shopping.  Came home and enjoyed some more fellowship over a cup of tea.  I treasure days like this.

 

 

Saturday

Oh my, I just love, love,love cantaloupe.  It was the sweetest one I’ve eaten so far this season.  Yummy!

 

 

Sunday

For my sweet shot this week I choose this picture of my  grandson Cole.  This child has the best personality.  I hardly ever see him without a smile on his face!

37 comments:

Tracy said...

All great shots! BUt I LOVE the Watermelon one!!!

JoAnn said...

Good shots. :)

JoAnn

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Michelle said...

these are some beautiful photos :)

Kaye Swain - SandwichINK for Grandparents and Caregivers said...

Awwww, Susan, I loved seeing more of your sweet family memories, so wonderful! :) I especially enjoyed the one of you and your granddaughter at the pool. It brought back so many sweet memories for me! Both of 1-2-and you at the Y with my kids when they were little and later of fun activities for grandparents and grandchildren, while swimming at the retirement community's pool where my senior parents used to live. Thank you for this sweet Tuesday visit :).

Uyen said...

Susan, you are so good with keeping up with your P365. I love all of your photos and it's nice to finally see what your lovely daughter looks like. My favorite picture is definitely the one of Cole too. That's such a great capture!

ChantaleP said...

Beautiful shots! That last one is amazing, I just love the lighting and of course, your grandson's 100watt smile!

Anonymous said...

Awww...you are so sweet! LOVE THE ONE OF COLE! Captures his precious personality!
Love you,
Kristin

Sarah said...

What a precious child with a face that has such a sweet spirit! Great capture.

Courtney said...

Beautiful shots! Your family is gorgeous!

Our Family of Four said...

You have a beautiful family and some adorable little grandbabies. I bet you just love that! My mom now has a total of 6 grandchildren and I honesly don't think anything could excite her more these days. Wonderful photos and thanks so much for stopping by my blog.

And So I Whisper said...

Love the wreaths with all those flowers.

Ken Worley said...

You can tell he is not happy in the first photo. I'm glad the slow service didn't spoil you night.

deb duty said...

Great week of photos! So many awesome shots!! I love the one of Cole and the cantaloupe and the purple martin house. Is that on our street?

Ashley Sisk said...

These are all sweet shots - I especially love the last one.

Christine said...

Hi, Susan, Your grands are always so cute. I love the cantaloupe shot and how you staged it. Nice!

Have a great week!

January said...

Wonderful photos, Susan!

Buckeroomama said...

What an engaging smile he has! :)

Serline said...

The shot of Cole jumps right out, such a radiant smile! Surely an angel sent to bring a little more joy and happiness to all around him ;-)

The Shades of Pink said...

Beautiful I Love the photo of your DIL and Grand-daughter! (Her hair is so sweet!)

Southern Gal said...

Those are some sweet shots indeed. I love your header. I've been working on one, but can't figure out the details.

Allison Hoffman said...

love your shots; i love how you said a "tad slow" - all the more time to visit, right? :)

Anne U said...

The last shot of Cole is very sweet, nice lashes. And Kristin is just gorgeous.

AJ said...

You have a very sweet family...beautiful shots!

Jessie said...

She is a beautiful lady and you have gorgeous grandchildren to show for it. I am sure your son had something to do with that too :) I absolutely love the cantaloupe shot!

Cedar said...

What a wonderful week! So much time with family and friends--truly precious! Some sweet shots, too! and an adorable grandson!

Rachelle said...

what a wonderful week (slow service and all - LOL). Loved looking through all of these pictures of your beautiful family.

lisa d. photography said...

lovely clarity!

kimmyskids said...

awww...these are so fun! Love your shots!

Thauna said...

Awesome pictures! I love how you chronical the week.

Kim said...

I love the cantaloupe shot. I think it is the reflection that gets me. They are all fantastic, though. Grandkids and daughter in law are all beautiful!

Erika B said...

Beautiful and colorful shots. You have such cute grandchildren. Love the shot of the melon and the fact that you can see the reflection of it on the table.

Danelle said...

Your pictures are always so crisp and clear and full of beautiful people!

Marla said...

Wonderful shots. And everyone is so pretty! That last shot is totally precious.

Marla @ www.blueskiesphotoblog.com

Kristal said...

Love Love Love the cantaloupe picture!

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Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

Susan, your kids are absolutely gorgeous...and of course, the grandbabies, too. Beautiful captures!