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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Veteran's Day in Murray County


 Thanks to my sweet friend, Linda, for allowing me to use her photograph of the courthouse lawn in my home county.  I showed you my Daddy's flag last week but how impressive they all look together.  One of the blessings of a small town is the way they come together to honor their servicemen and women. 

Cousin Scott took another gorgeous picture at our family farm.

The colors have just been spectacular this year. Thank you God for the beauty you surround us with each day. Give us eyes and hearts to see it.

Sister Kristi also took a great one I want to share.

If you look VERY closely, you can see Grimmwood in the distance about the middle right of this photograph. Kristi took this picture from the driveway to my mother's house. When all the leaves drop, you can see our little house very well. 

Have a wonderful Wednesday dear blog friends.

8 comments:

Georgia said...

Thank you so much for sharing today. The pictures are stunning. and the fall colors are absolutely wonderful. What a great way to start the day. Many blessings to you and yours my friend:)

Robin in Virginia said...

Oh Arlene, what a beautiful sight to see with all the flags on the courthouse lawn in tribute/memory of the Veterans. Both photos from Scott and Kristi are stunning.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What gorgeous Fall photos! It's a beautiful season in that part of the country! Enjoy your day! Please pray for us as this storm is heading this way! Hugs, Diane

Sandy said...

Gorgeous fall photos.

Barbara said...

I see Grimmwood! What a beautiful setting!

Terri D said...

Beautiful photos! Oh my goodness, the colors!! And the courthouse lawn is such a great tribute to our servicemen and women! Small towns are so great!

Carol said...

Such gorgeous fall color in your photos, Arlene! It really has been a spectacular autumn with tons of color--our reward for putting up with the grey days of Covid this year?

Gina said...

Arlene, oh those trees are gorgeous all adorned in their majestic colors! I can't see Grimmwood but I'll take your word for it! :-)