Monday, November 12, 2007

WWC--Red and Architecture

I knew that I wouldn't be around much during the holidays. But I couldn't let the Weekly Word Challenge go by without joining in the fun!

So, brought to your by the tremendous Tink, I give you the *sound of horns*



There aren't that many trees in Nebraska, but our little corner has a few pretty red ones in the fall.



I just thought this was intriguing and thought it might fit with architecture. At the Kvam Family Farm, the dad was going to throw the screens and stools away, but his daughter saw it as art and she staged them. Pretty cool, huh?



I'm just so excited that Thanksgiving is coming up. My mom and my brother are coming, plus our good friend J, who really is more like family, so I just tell people that my family is coming up for Thanksgiving.

Jay and I have already started making plans of where we should take J to show her the highlights of Omaha. There really is a lot to do. Really!

I'm still working on NaNoWriMo and am trying to finish up a project before the fam gets here on Saturday. So, I'll be in and out this week.

NaNoWriMo word count so far: 17,400. Yeah, I'm a little behind.

10 comments:

Karen said...

Beautiful photos. Sounds like you are going to have a fun holiday. I am stressed about getting everything done too. And you kicking butt on your NaNoWriMo! That is great. I am much more behind than you.

her indoors said...

cant see the tree photo, dont know why!
but i agree with the farm photo, very clever.
have fun planning your thanksgiving

Patsy said...

Pretty trees; I love the fall colors. I think your daughter was right; It is art. Have a fun and loving Thanksgiving Day.

Nettie said...

I love the picture. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Joel said...

Those trees looks great! Nice creativity at the farm house :)
Wishing you a memorable thanksgiving day

Jay said...

Love the barn picture.

R.E.H. said...

The stool pic was weird, and wonderfully creative. And the trees... well, it's beautiful but still reminds me of on-coming winter. Which is why I've never liked fall colors all that much... :)

Nettie said...

Love the pictures. The barn is fantastic.

Newt said...

Those pictures are wonderful! Nice job!!!!

Tink said...

*Gasp* You played! And I totally missed it! I love the second picture. Odd things in a row, or pretty things in odd placements always catch my attention. Well done!