Thursday, April 8, 2010

Flower and Easter....

What a beautiful week. We had some warm days and now back down into the 50's. I was playing around the camera and took these photos of the daffodils. My brother's GF brought over EASTER.Pretty? So, since I got a new pc, I got to get use to playing the photo shop. Nothing fancy.

Our Easter brunch was nice. Everybody did came and help bring a dish to pass. Then we went to my sister's for dinner. Just us and her family.
I am on vacation from school this week. Bah Humbug.. My gf is off next week and I for to go back. Different school district. She work in the cafeteria at the high school. She work the same district where her son goes to. He's in the elementary school. I guess we'll get together eventually.LOL
So, I'll be off blogger for now.

Take care.









Jan said...

What an artistic family you are, Donna better look out ,you are getting so good with your pictures Jan xx

♥ Kathy said...

The pictures are just lovely..have fun on your break :)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Nancy: Neat displays of your flowers, I cut some for inside today.

Vicki said...

Hi, Nancy,
Those are stunning photos of the daffodils. They are such a happy flower!! Enjoy your new pc. I hope you continue to have nice weather. Have a happy, fun filled weekend, dear friend! Vicki

Annesphamily said...

Have an awesome break! I love the flowers! :)

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Nancy: Love the yellow flowers. Have a great Spring break. That is one of the good things about school, is the breaks you get. Blessings, Martha

Jeannette said...

I love your daffodils nancy, they always look so happy7 and bright! I'm glad you all had a good Easter, enjoy the warm spring weather! Sorry I'm not around much any more but I try to limit computer time to save my eyes! Jeannette xx

Sonya said...

Pretty butter cups....Hope you are having a great week this week. I like your blog background. Where do you find these? I think I'm ready for something different on my own blog.

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

What pretty flowers! I love how you used different filter and colors. The sepia photo is so dramatic! I should try that too!
Thanks for the inspiration.