Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Picture Perfect

I could not believe how these pictures turned out. I was trying to show how bad some of the flooding was even after six days. Where you see water was a field before all the rain and the flooding.

We were coming back from getting feed for the horses and I was snapping pictures as we were going by. When I down loaded them onto the computer, I was amazed at how they looked! Personally I thought they came out spectacular!

By now you all know that I am going to school and one of my classes that I have to take is introduction in writing (because when I took the placement test my writing score was not good.) It is a class that is not even one of the ones that I have to have to get my degree. So, this last part is for my very lovable mother-in-law.  Mom, I don't mind if you pick apart my writing as it will help me. (I hope) So, start picking!

Everyone else have a wonderful day.
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threecollie said...

Holy cow! Those are really fantastic pics! And you do fine with writing. It isn't all just grammar and punctuation really. To me communicating is much more important and you communicate very well. Folks enjoy what you have to say as evidenced by the many out clicks I see to you in Site Meter.

Crystal said...

Those pictures are amazing! I love the reflections in them. Hard to imagine its all flooding cause it sure looks good!
I would like to learn how to write better cause quite often I know what I want to say but it doesnt come out the way Im thinking.

Heather said...

Wow! You live in a gorgeous place!!! The reflection is just perfect, isn't it? I would frame those for sure!!!

Jinglebob said...

Great shots! Too bad they can't send some of the extra rain south and south west to those who have none!

Anonymous said...

Looks absolutely great to me. No picking on you today. We did enjoy breakfast with you yesterday, but I forgot to give you your empty jars. Did you read that book yet?
Love Mom

lisa said...

Thank you. I sometimes have a very hard time trying to come up with things to say that expresses what I am trying to say, did that make sense?

Thank you, and I think this writing class will do wonders for me!.

Thank you, the hubby said the same thing!

I sure wish I could, bottle it up and send it down to them!

Thank you for no picking today, and no I have not but I will be starting it tonight!

Far Side of Fifty said...

I have an English Professor for a daughter..oh she is picky. IF you hand in your work on time, attend class and show some improvement you will do just fine. I hated English..and don't know where our daughter got her love of English from..not me or her Dad either:)
Your photos are really pretty..and green..we are turning brown fast:)

lisa said...

The real problem I am having is Algebra. The professor is going through things so fast that I am going to have a hell of a time with it and I am glad that they have tutors for help!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Oooh! Beautiful photos!
That's a lot of rain and the ground must be saturated!
The hill above the water has some interesting ridges along the top. Is that from farming? And if so, what are they growing up there?

Sure hope things dry out before the first frost....or else there'll be a ice skating pond in that field instead.