October 17, 2009

Walking on the tracks

We sorta had a race on the's very hard, like a balance beam, but fun for just 2.
Olivia was in karate class while I took Hannah's photos.
Neat arrow, but the morning sun was so strong!
Outside a beauty shop...the ladies inside looked at us and then smiled.
We're preparing...harvesting the last of our sweet potatoes, carrots and the tomatoes. Lots of green ones that might die in the frost, hoping they'll ripen up by the window, or else I'm going to have to make fried green tomatoes! Rob put the down comforter on our bed and started using the wood burning stove this week. He's going to split some wood this afternoon.


joscelyne cutchens said...

I love it, well both of the photoshoots were both beautiful. Your little ladies are both so beautiful, you've done a great job capturing them! :)

Michelle M. said...

Your girls are both so beautiful! You did such a nice job taking the photos.

Gretchen Joanna said...

I love the evocative description of your preparations for winter--and that is a lot of fried green tomatoes, if they come to that!

Emily R. said...

Wow! Beautiful shots! Your little girls are darling.

How I found this online today. Its this man who is visiting 52 churches in a year. He visited a Russian Orthodox church in Cincinnati. I was just wondering if it was your church.

Rosemary said...

Loving these photos! Your daughters are beautiful and it is nice you and Hannah had a personal photo session!

About those tomatoes, I remember my mother taking green ones in fall and wrapping them in newspaper, putting them in a box and then in the basement or root cellar or the equivalent. Then just checking on them to see how they are ripening. I think you can carry them into winter that way rather than try to use them all up immediately.

Matushka Barbara and Fr. Paul said...

Great Photos - she is so beautiful. Well, they are both the most beautiful girls in the world to us!!

Pres. Kathy said...

What a beautiful girl! Hope you are doing well!