Sunday, June 24, 2012

The Simple Things Sunday

This week we had a sibling weekend reunion. There was a mountain peek behind the cabin so we set off to climb it. You drive a windy, switchback style road up 3/4 of the way and then hike the rest. It was a steep climb but what a view!!!

One could meditate up here for hours, except we saw a bear on the way up and that made us glad there were six of us.
 It was early evening but the view was spectacular.

Ni Hao Yall

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Simple Things Sunday - Father's Day

It's father's day and I can't take pictures of our father because he has passed on. I can't send him a card either so I decided to share these pictures that I took a long time ago of him. Don't worry. I did take these pictures just not this week. My Dad resting from hiking. He did a lot of hiking, fishing and exploring in his day. He grew up on a farm in Idaho and loved being out in nature. He had a great reverence for God's creations. My Dad at Snow Canyon having a mini campout with our kids. They loved spending time with their grandpa. Happy Father's Day Dad!

Ni Hao Yall

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Simple Things Sunday

This is a week for celebrating in our family!!! So we celebrated by making red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting. They were wonderfully delicious . . .

The order is backwards on purpose but look how red the batter is!!!
Have a great Sunday!!!

 Link to:
The Simple Things Sunday

 Snapshot Sunday
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Sunday, June 3, 2012

The Simple Things Sunday

Sunday has rolled around again. This week was all about napping. The puppies are so cute when the snuggle in to nap. Sharing with: The Simple Things Sunday from Rebecca of Simple as That
and Sunday Snapshots
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Creamy Light Tutorial

I just found a tutorial and an action for that tutorial called Creamy Light from Polished Picture

I thought I'd try it so here is the before:
 and after the Creamy Light tutorial:

 I thought I would post these so that I could see the difference side by side. Thanks for the tutorial! It was very easy to follow. I must admit that I don't really know why things are done that way but it works and that is the main point.