My girls watering some flowers. I learned from my photography business that you better give each child a prop, or they will fight on the one, like crazy.
Our collie girl, who loves finding animals dead or alive, it doesn't really matter, on the ranch.
This was taken beside our house. My daughter refused to smile until I offered some chips as a reward, then we were all smiles.
|My Dad and My Sweetie|
|Big Brother and His Wife|
Okay, you are going to think I never leave my house, since this photo was also taken in my front yard.
This was taken in the back yard in front of the girls' play house.
Ballet lessons, before she was a in rock and roll band.
I caught this photo of them playing. I got tired of the non-cooperation, so I just let them play. I should have known, that's when you get the best photos.
On my daughter's antique bed they had a sweet sisterly moment.
This child has a smile that quoting my friend Kathy "goes right down to her soul."
Tomatoes at the farmer's market.
My youngest off in thought, she still does this now that she is a teenager.
Walking down the field in the evening as the mist was coming in
|You Can't Make Me Smile Mom|
|Having a good time in Lukenbach, Texas|
|Big Brother and Wife Scottish Country Dancing|
|Giggling at the Gazebo|
|Exploring the world|
|Mom, I am not wearing this!|
|Practicing the teenager "WHATEVER" look|
|My Mom and the Girls|
|Man, that was good.|
|My baby, Now a Teenager|