I see these pretty yellow flowers as I drive here and there every day.
Funny how weeds can appear so pretty from afar in the car!! ;-)
Now, my friend, who is a professional photographer, took a road trip a couple of weeks ago to capture some of the beautiful wildflowers in Hill County, Texas. She gave me permission to share and, of course, her mark is on each photo.
Our state flower, the bluebonnet
I hope we get to see some of these beautiful flowers soon.
Last Sunday, as a thunderstorm began to roll in, I had to get pictures of the clouds as they were so pretty and unusual. Unfortunately, the clouds brought some fierce storms and we had rain and hail. Thank goodness the hail didn't last too long, but our friends to the northeast had massive amounts and so large it busted windshields and totaled two of my friends vehicles. My friend, Victoria, said all of her plants were ruined and I know how that hurt her because her back yard is a garden and she works so hard in it. The church I used to attend for BSF was hit very hard and the damage there is major. I think we will be hearing the sound of new roofs being put on before too long. I'm waiting until the spring storm season is over to check on that.
At first glance, this last one almost looks like a mountain.
I saw this funny on Facebook and it is so true!
I love the unconditional adoration chamber!
She can never be close enough!
That's my Annie!