Monday, August 13, 2012

Out My Kitchen Window




Each Monday I thought I would share a photo or two  - from our kitchen window - of a scene I captured while going about my daily work of baking, cooking, and cleaning in the kitchen.
I thought it would be fun to pay attention, to observe the changes of the seasons, and to appreciate the small bits of beauty that surround us.

This one I took at 6:30 am this morning when all the house was quiet.  Mike had just let the goats out and they were enjoying their morning hay.  

If you would like to join in, please leave a link in your comment.

11 comments:

  1. Gpaots and sunflowers, looks like a good view to me!
    Blessings

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  2. Love this idea- beautiful view you have of the day.

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  3. Tonya...I love all the photos of your week ~ a happy, busy, playful home! I especially love that Thomas wants to give that book to his children...that says so much to me about who he is and what he values ~ beautiful.
    xo Jules

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  4. I would love to share what is outside my kitchen window...please stop over to my blog.

    ~~Renee

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  5. Your photo captures the serenity in that peaceful, early morning moment. How nice!

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  6. What a beautiful peaceful scene Tonya. I am currently starting my days with a view of geese, ducks and chickens enjoying their breakfasts. I would love a row of sunflowers too, maybe next year :)

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  7. Ooh, such beautiful sunflowers! And contented critters, too, what could be better (Oh yes, and I love the lamp and bowl, which I have twins of.)?

    Love,

    Marqueta

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  8. so simple, peaceful and beautiful!!

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  9. So nice - I love those morning moments when the house is still quiet! I'm a day late today, but joining in just the same :) http://mooninthewindow.blogspot.com/2012/08/out-my-window.html

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  10. I love the bright spot of happy sunflowers. And goats. I want goats in the farmyard.

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  11. i love that lamp! and the view...

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