Showing posts from July, 2010

Hauling Hay...

Many years have passed since those summer days
Among the fields of barley
See the children run as the sun goes down
Among the fields of gold.

As I watched the guys haul hay last weekend I thought about the old Sting song "Fields of Gold".

I also thought about my childhood watching each year as my Dad grew wheat and we watched as they cut it. It blew like liquid gold in the field as the wind hit it. I always thought that no one could make a paint color that could equal the gold color of Dad's wheat field. God's colors are so powerful and beautiful. Wonderful memories.
Watching Wes, Dad, Chance and Brad haul hay was also a beautiful time to put away in my memory for a cold, winter day. The sun was warm and made the pictures so lovely, the fellowship was great and I enjoyed every minute of it.

They sowed fields, and planted vineyards
that yielded a fruit full harvest. Psalms 107:37

The sky is always so beautiful in Texas. Always. Every sunset is different and lovely.


Enchanted Wedding. Rachel and Colt

Mr. and Mrs. Colt McCoy
It was an wonderful weekend of wedding fun. From the rehearsal to wedding day luncheon to reception. I am thankful we were able to be there and share in the fun and memories.

Table at Rehearsal dinner. Sweet.

Bridal luncheon. Lots of smiles and laughter.

Beautiful girls.

Mothers, Grandmothers, Rachel and Aunts. Lots of them!
Debra and her sweet sisters and sisters in law's


My goofy boys. They make me smile. They were waiting for two hours for the wedding.
More goofy, sweet boys.
Brad and Dick and Tammy. Love you guys so much.

Isn't the flower girl precious?

They put pictures of the bride and groom's parents and grandparent's wedding cake pictures beside the cake. Such a sweet setting and idea.
Gorgeous outdoor setting for the reception.

My sweetheart.

Yes, that is who you think it is. So fun to meet him and his wife.