5/11/12

Friday Farm Fotos: What A Wonderful World


 "I see trees of green, red roses too.

I see them bloom for me and you.

   And I think to myself, what a wonderful world."




"I see skies of blue, and clouds of white.


The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night.



And I think to myself, what a wonderful world."


Life is finally slowing down (a little bit) for now, computer woes are hopefully fixed, and I'm working on some new posts for next week about what's been going on around here lately. Until then, I'm going to spend my time getting caught up with all my blog friends- I want to see what's been going on in your world!

Happy Friday everyone, and most of all, Happy Mother's Day!

27 comments:

  1. Good Morning Paula! Beautiful photos today. Looking forward to your next week's posts. Hope you have a lovely weekend,

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  2. I thought you'd given up. I traveled down I-40 through Knoxville. Believe I saw a sign to Loudin and of course, Harriman. I waved but you must've been riding Lily around.

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  3. Glad you're Back Girlie! Miss you when you're gone...
    Love the words (and song) and Super shots!
    Happy weekend!
    AND Happy Mother's Day!
    hughugs

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  4. Gorgeous... Glad to hear from you dear friend...

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  5. Beautiful post, as always!
    Missed you, sweetie!
    Kiss the sheep for me, and the bees...and of course the chickens and Lily...

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  6. Good Morning Paula..
    Beautiful photos to go along with those lyrics.
    I can almost hear Louis Armstrong singing, as I look through your post :)

    Glad to have you back!
    Looking forward to reading your new posts!

    Have a wonderful weekend.
    ~~blessings
    Kerin

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  7. Wow! How happy it makes me to meet up with you here in blogdom today! I'm looking forward to catching up with you too! Love the sheep photo!
    Debbie

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  8. Aww, you DO have a beautiful world right in your own yard! Great post!!

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  9. Oh, thank you for putting that song in my head. Your pictures are lovely.

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  10. Happy to see you blogging!
    The pictures are beautiful!

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  11. What beauty you have that surrounds you there..So happy to hear from you and will be looking forward to your posts..Happy Mother's Day to you..Susie

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  12. Wonderful shots to go along with such a beautiful song!

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  13. Great post Paula..and it really is a Beautiful World.

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  14. I love this post! what a wonderful world

    Oh I just love the sock monkey butts too LOL

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  15. I love a blue sky and white clouds! And I love your photo of the moon. I really need to learn how to take better night-time pictures.

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  16. I've missed your posting! Today's is beautiful; but alas, I'm still having Lilly withdrawals!! Take care. From Green Country.

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  17. Lovely pictures. Happy Mother's Day!

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  18. I missed you and so glad to see you back. I came over several times just to see those little chickies. I guess they are growing up, aren't they! Loved the photos today. Perfect song for these!!! Looking forward to your posts!

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  19. Love the photos and the wonderful song! Glad to see things slowing down for you!

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  20. I could hear Louis Armstrong's crooning voice as I read your post. Loved it! :-)

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  21. I love that song and your pictures go great with it! Glad your computer problems are over!

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  22. Your world is stunningly beautiful. I say again,I am so jealous ( in a good way) of your pastures. Good thing my sheep don't read blogs and know what they are missing, they prefer green grass to alfalfa hay any day.

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  23. Beautiful photos to go with those lyrics. It's good to have you back blogging. Loved this posting.

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  24. Just stopped by....and a week late for Mother's Day...but everyday is Mother's Day! So....Happy day to you! I can hear that song in my head sung by Jack Jones...a classic and favorite! I wonder if his version can still be heard on ITunes?

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  25. Good morning Paula..such a lovely and relaxing post! Thank you!!

    So happy to hear things are calming a bit on the farm!

    looking forward to chatting..hugs, Doreen

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  26. It truly is a beautiful world, Paula! I love all these wonderful photos! Glad you got your computer issues taken care of...I'm having some problems right now myself!!! Glad you came by my blog to visit after you got things worked out.

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