What’s not to love about where I live?! ❤ Ontario Here’s a tiny peek of a corner of our beautiful province.
Every season along the Niagara Parkway is enchanting.
tulips in Niagara
Festival of Lights Niagara Falls
You can spend years enjoying nature. The flowers, leaves and all the delicious fruits!
golden maple leaves
Some of the best places to immerse yourself in nature are our Provincial Parks. My favourite is Rock Point, Provincial Park.
native Ontario ‘field thistle’
I am so grateful for the beautiful province that I call home. ❤
Wow. That’s a tall order to fill.
From the photo that generated the most reactions on your blog to the one that has the deepest emotional pull on you, define “favorite” in whatever way works best for you. Your chosen image doesn’t have to be one you’ve already shared in a previous Photo Challenge. Anything goes, as long as it’s a photo from 2017. If you want to share several images, that’s fine too — a “best of 2017” gallery could be fun if you can’t settle on one photo.
The photo that received the most attention was a little visitor to my garden.
I do love this visiting bee, but it’s not my favourite moment/photo from 2017.
Perhaps this photo… I definitely am tickled pink with it. (giggle) And it was a wonderful day just hanging out taking photos with my daughter.
But I think my favourite photo of 2017 would be one of my winter ones. I took these photos while out walking. I’m proud that this past year I continued with doing things such as walking in the cold, to work towards a healthier me.
Thank you for visiting. I wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season and that 2018 is full of kindness & gratefulness.
A serene, blissful, quiet moment on the water. Allegany State Park, NY
There is a serene and settled majesty to woodland scenery that enters into the soul and delights and elevates it, and fills it with noble inclinations. ~ Washington Irving
The kettle is on and the pot of coffee is fresh. Please come on in. I look forward to the company on this windy, grey day.
I haven’t sat with you for a coffee and chat for many weeks. I’m sorry. I just don’t know where the time is going. Which makes me even sadder.
Life is too damn short to not
take make the time to sit and have coffee with friends.
Today I’m sipping slowing and savoring my favourite ice latte while listening to my hubby play his online game. I am intensely grateful that I get to do this today. So much so I can almost physically feel it.
My son’s best friend lost his Dad last night to cancer. This wonderful man was kind and generous… full of laughter. My heart breaks for my son’s friend, for his siblings, his family and for his Mom. My heart is aching for my son. How do I help him help his friend?
This past week was thankfully full of family time. Last weekend’s Thanksgiving dinner, wandering the craft shows with my hubby and kids, out to a play at the Shaw Festival with my sister & brother-in-law. I also got to watch my son, his friend and their team play and win a football game. His friend was so happy … he got a sac and his jersey was signed by his Dad. It was a good day for football and a good memory.
Who did you spend your week with?
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