Working, Eyes, Sunset

While doing a wedding at TN 
Tiny Weddings James got some
pics of me setting things up.

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It's been two weeks, one day
(when writing this post) since
I had surgery. Eyes have done
GREAT!

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Here I have on my eye liner and mascara and
still see eye lids! Yay....

This tree in my front yard
is BIG. My younger brother
says this is one of the original
trees to the property. It was here 
54 yrs ago when we moved here. 
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It is looking a tad rough at the 
top so I am planning on 
getting a tree service out
to look at it. I hate
the thoughts but if it is
dying, it is going.  I can't
afford to let it come down
in the storms we tend to have.
I also have one in the back,
at the corner of the house
that needs to come down. 

Like I said, I hate to take
down trees but the damage
they can cause when they
are dying can be bad. 

Saturday evening on the 
way home from feeding 
the babes I felt like I 
was driving into the 
most beautiful sunset.
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Sites like this make me smile.

Have a good day,
Pam




Comments

Brian said…
Glad you eyes are doing so great, they do look terrific. That sky is gorgeous!
Sandee said…
Yep, two weeks and you're looking good and it keeps getting better. You'll see.

I hear you on the trees. We had one taken down too and we're happy about that. The one out front needs trimming and thinning.

Love all the shots. Wow, beautiful.

Have a fabulous day, Pam. Scritches to the babes. ♥
Liz A. said…
Yeah, can't have a tree that massive crashing into your house. Hopefully it's fine, though.
Ann said…
2 weeks made quite a difference in how your eyes look.
I have a tree in my front yard that was planted the first year we lived here. It's not looking too healthy but I hate to have it taken down.
Jeanie said…
Love your set-up pix and those skies are fabulous!
Rain said…
That is a beautiful sunset Pam and I'm happy to hear about your eyes!! It would be a shame to take down that tree, it has so much character, but I agree about the dangers of a dead one so close to the house.
Darla M Sands said…
Lovely sunset photos! Dying trees can cause a serious threat. I hope you get good advice and perhaps not need expensive/sorrowful removals. Old vegetation has such great character! Be well, my dear.
Rhodesia said…
Beautiful sky photos. We had to have a huge cedar tree taken down, it died very suddenly for no apparent reason. It was sad, but now other trees in the garden are growing so much better so maybe it was for the best. Stay safe, Diane

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