Sunday, May 22, 2011


.....Well, this is my idea of it.....
Happy Sunday,
And the rest of your life!



(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Good Sunday morning Anne. I enjoyed your post yesterday about "The Rapture" of course being raised Catholic that was never a term in my education. I agree, we do not know the time or the hour that He will come. We had a storm about the time that was to happen. As soon as the storm was over there appeared a rainbow in the sky. I always view the rainbow as God's sign of his promise to care for us at all times. It is a sign of hope.
Have a great and productive week dear sista.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

That wasn't even close, was it? LOL!

Janet Ghio said...

Nice photo Anne!

yoborobo said...

Beautiful pic, Anne! Is this your backyard view? It's lovely. XOX! Pam

kj said...

my first thought was my god, you are creating holy garments and you are given a holy sign.

i do think it works like that. i'll bet you do too :^)

here's wishing you a great day anne. i am imagining you walking into church, perhaps right now. ah your boots!


Jan said...

Lovely. I'm glad you are still with us here on earth.

Robin said...

What a lovely, "rapturous" sunrise! I didn't give it too much thought yesterday - although at 7:00 p.m. we had a small (but scary) earthquake.... I just figured if this was it - then so be it..

Going to live each day as well as I much beauty to revel in....

Have a glorious Sunday!


♥ Robin ♥

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hi Peggy,

Same as you~~I never heard it until much later in life. Then I did some background on it and found out that what people refer to NOW was begun by a Scotsman in the 1800's.......
We had rain too, and then the most glorious sunset! Could not capture the quality with the camera!


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hey Debra!

I think we're not supposed to know some things...even if others think they should. ;-)
Glad you're still here!


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Thanks Janet!

It was so beautiful out---everything just glowing from the rain..... :-)


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hey Pam,

Yep, that is my swamp in progress, with the camera level ABOVE the water table! hahaha!!!
(the part I don't mow....)
Now off to deal with *raccoon presents*.... >:-\


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hey Karen,

I did wear the Doc's!!! :-D
I could barely get them on, but I had a good look going with the white linen and rockin' the skull and rose white boots!
(lord help me....)
It's a beautiful day here, so outside work before the rain!


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hey Jan,

Me too! I have too much stuff to get into to disappear now....LOL!
Plus I might get sent back....well, realistic probability!


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Me too Robin.
Here, it's storms as opposed to quakes, though when we get them, it's really frightening as we're not used to them.
When it's my time, I'm going out in a blaze of glory!
With my boots on!


Robbie said...


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

You just can't beat the sun through a saturated atmosphere for spectacular photos!


studio lolo said...

The photo is magical Anne. I always love the extra little "visitors" in shots like this.
One of them is probably your colorful friend stopping by ;)


Cathy Bueti said...

One word . . . LOVE! :)

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hey Lolo,

Me too!!
Sometimes things just happen so wonderful! I couldn't capture the *feel*~~~it was just beautiful.


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Hi Cathy!

Love trumps all!!!


freebird said...

Love the photo! That kind of rapture I can understand.

Lorraine said...

what a fantastic have really worked hard on this and it shows and just think it will be around for a very long priceless. Thanks for your comments on my erosion bundle and the bags that I made. I wonder if its because of the weather that you havent had much luck with it..its always raining here with wind and the odd bit of sun so very conducive to erosion!

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