1.07.2008

From Climbing Walls to Climbing Trees

Hang On Tight
January 2008

My iTunes: Your Guardian Angel by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Today in Atlanta the temperature hit 70 degrees. That's right...it is January 7th and it was 70 degrees. Thank you global warming. That is some crazy stuff after living in London with totally different weather! The kids have been out of school since December 21st for Christmas break. Needless to say, for those of you who have kids, we are all about to go CRAZY! Not really.

OK really. :)

School starts tomorrow and I have to say that I should have a counter on my blog counting down the hours, minutes and seconds! Today was perfect for their last day off! I snapped these shots of my Sam climbing one of our trees in the backyard...or garden as they say in England. He had a blast and just kept going and going.

Warm Sun and Blue Skies

21 comments:

Wani said...

Great photos! Keep up the good work! God Bless You!

photowannabe said...

Terrific title and the photos say it all. How nice to have such gorgeous weather for Sam to enjoy.

Tracy said...

It was 73 here today! I enjoyed it!

I'm so glad that you're back to posting daily. I missed you.

Cris said...

How sweet Anna.

Corey Bienert said...

Oh I know Anna.

We can't stop playing that game!

I wasn't that much of a fan of Guitar Hero. I just wasn't that good at it.

But now that there's a drumming role to be filled with Rock Band, I'm always ready to jump in and fill the seat.

Thanks for stopping by again Anna.

It's always good to hear from you :)

talj said...

Dear Anna, thank you so much for stopping by my blog, it means a lot to me. Happy New Year to you and yours, I hope 2008 is a happy and healthy year for you all.

Lovely images as always, I have missed your photography and will make sure I make regular visits this year!

Love and {{{HUGS}}}

Natalya :o)

Sarch said...

Anna that photo you have at the top of your blog is fantastic!

Mark said...

And here I was afraid that you just wouldn't have a photo a day in you once you left London.

Nice shots.

It was 78 degrees for a high here north of Dallas, and yesterday almost as warm. We took advantage of it and I got a shot of our boy. Saving it for Wordless Wednesday -- maybe.

Stacy said...

Thanks! That's not yours again, is it? :) I love your pictures lately. Great perspectives. Is this coming from your own renewed perspective now that you've transitioned back to the states? Old things become new.:)

I'm off to look at your photography blog. I like your new business cards...very nice!

kenju said...

Anna, have you put up the link to your photo blog? I can't find it.

I knew those were Sam's hands. Isn't the weather fabulous? Pray that it lasts at least until the 25th (for me)!

Rainbow dreams said...

Lovely photots - there is something special about hands and feet - and glorious to see some sun!
So pleased for you that things are progressing so well - much deserved from your photos here...
Happy New Year Anna

Bob-kat said...

Climbing trees is such fun! :)

You couldn't be more right about the weather - it's grey, wet and cold in the UK today!
Thanks for dropping by my blog :)

gaz said...

climbing trees is cool...

L.L. Barkat said...

I really love the second shot. And it reminds me of one I took long ago out in my secret spot under the pine and maples.

Thanks for stopping by Seedlings in Stone!

Mike said...

It was 70 in Springfield, Missouri and we paid for it last night! Tornado Warnings. Six of them no less.

Great pictures Anna.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

This is a wonderful photo and the colors are awesome.
Rocky Mountain Retreat

Rebecca said...

I used to love to climb trees. Maybe I should get back into it...

Oh wait, there are no trees to climb in my current back yard. Ah well.

Love the photos!

Anna said...

Talk about a nice long break! We had to go back to school last Wednesday...

CG said...

horribly windy here! I enjoyed a glimpse of your sunshine

David Pentecost said...

Hi Anna,
Thanks for visiting my blog. Great photos on your site. I really enjoy the sepia and black and white photos of the trees and such.

You seem to have a great eye for capturing very dramatic lighting in your images.

David

Kerri said...

Neat shots! You have Lots of exciting things going on! Have fun with it!