This picture was taken at one of my favorite places, Back Bay Inn in Los Osos, CA. It’s one of the many beautiful views from this hidden gem of a hotel. When you check in, you can feel your stress melting away.
Recently, Chris and I had the opportunity to visit Fredericksburg, Texas. One of our favorite places was the Wildseed Farms. We walked their fields and the glory of God was on display in His creation. I think God must love colors and variety as seen in nature.
We purchased some sunflower seeds, tropical milkweed and cosmos to try at home. Many of the seeds have come up and are starting to bud and bloom. Looking forward to spreading the seeds in our flowerbeds next spring.
Now when I think of the Hill Country of Texas, I remember the beautiful town of Fredericksburg.
On our recent visit to Fredericksburg and Marble Falls, we stopped and toured President Lyndon Baines Johnson’s ranch. While politically I may be worlds apart from LBJ, this was great tour. To quote my husband Chris, “You don’t have to agree politically to appreciate history.”
The ranch and home were absolutely beautiful. I was surprised at the home and how down to earth it was. It wasn’t gaudy or ostentatious. It was a home I would feel comfortable in, it was inviting and quite lovely. To get to the home you drive through a lot of land and pass by the herds of cattle.
I fell in love with this precious little fellow as he napped in the shade on a warm sunny day. Mom was close by.
After reading Steven Curtis Chapman’s autobiography, Between Heaven and the Real World, I wanted to share pictures that I took at one of his concerts in 2007. It was at a church venue, so I was able to take pictures. An excellent concert…so glad I was able to attend.
It’s springtime in Texas and that means it’s Bluebonnet time! Woohoo!
For those folks for love watching The Pioneer Woman on the Food Network, you know why I was excited to visit Ree Drummond’s new store The Mercantile in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.
On the way to the store, we passed the now famous Drummond Ranch.
Beautiful countryside in Oklahoma, even in winter when things are brown and bare.