I miss you Sam!!

I miss you Sam!!
I miss you Sam!!

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday!

Get out the magnifying glass, get into your best sleuthing clothes and start prowling your environment looking for those wonderful, but sometimes elusive shadows. This fun and challenging meme is hosted each week by Tracy over at Hey Harriet! Click on the link under the blog title and sign up to play!!

Hooray!! The long awaited moving day is here!! I'll have new shadows next week! But here are some for today as I look back over the past few years!  My computer will probably not get hooked up immediately so I'll  be missing for most of the weekend, but I'll make up for it with lots of visits next weekend!

31 comments:

Ralph said...

Even as better or more convenient moves must be made, it feels as if one home is being abandoned. The life we built then remains in photos and memories. We start anew in a bittersweet mood - yet, a newer and different life awaits. Thus, we are excited. Memories are precious, life continues and I hope all doggies become familiar with the new place ASAP!

Paula Scott said...

E komo mai! Welcome! (in Hawaiian) I can't believe that you still managed to post while in the midst of a move!
May your new home provide you with all the warmth and comfort that you so deserve!

indiajourney said...

I just hopped from catherine's blog. its so nice to meet fellow bloggers!

i second what Paula says above. best wishes :)

sarayutouched said...

best wishes in the move sylvia...we will see you soon!!

Catherine said...

Good luck with the move Sylvia - glad you liked the post and glad to see there are at least 2 coloured glass shadows in your collage this week - beautiful!! Hope the computer is up and running soon and that new header is gorgeous!!

texwisgirl said...

i like the green glass one in the center. lovely.

good luck with your move! i don't envy you but hope you can get settled soon!

Grayquill said...

You’re up kinda early aren't you? I hope you move goes well and you find others to do all the lifting. A friend once told me rank has its privileges. If you can’t use that one maybe you can use title, Mom, aunt, grandma, teacher, photographer, author, lover of life and blogger maniac.
Blessings

Grayquill said...

Oh one last thought. Every move needs a director. Claim the title and that would also give you rank - therefore no lifting. :-)

Martha Z said...

A retrospective, we're all looking forward to the next chapter.

Kay L. Davies said...

Wonderful collection from your files. I love the one of Sam, and the one of the dogs in the shade of a tree.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Color shadows are usually my favorite, but a doggie shadow will trump that every time! Have a wonderful Saturday, mon amie!

Bises,
Genie

Annie said...

What a great collections of shadows. I especially like the glass shadows.

Best wishes on your move and safe journey.

Cassie said...

I just love the ShadowShots you post of your poochie. Just so serious looking!!

BTW,listening to Itzhak's meditation pieces(#6 on your dial) and so enjoying it. I'm manning the visitor center here this morning and so enjoying your music!

JM said...

The glass shadows/reflections are my favourite but the guy-with-the-new-air-cut-looking-at-you looks so cute! :-)

Ms. Becky said...

your shadow shots are always splendid! I'm thinking of you on this most important day, hoping that you take it easy, don't lift anything, and can find what you need first at the end of the day. take care Sylvia, I look forward to seeing the photos and hearing all about the adventure.

ros@dimaggio63 said...

Buona domenica da Myriam :))

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Good luck with the move Sylvia. As always I love your collage of shadow shots.

Cildemer said...

Very beautiful collage! Love the colour shadows;o)
Hope all is going well with your move.

***
À bientôt, Sylvia****

A Wild Thing@Sweet Repose said...

There is nothing cuter than the face of a freshly groomed schnauzer, what a sweetie! Scratchy got the works too yesterday, it's so nice just to walk into the spare room and give her the full deal.

Have a great weekend, hope you aren't working too hard on the moving, but boy will it be grand when it's finished!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I am with the commenter above -- can't believe you had time to post this, but I'm grateful that you did. Because your shadows are always special.... all your blog posts are. I know you will love your new home.

Spadoman said...

I love the poentry in the header and hope the move goes completely as planned.

Peace

Lily Hydrangea said...

I'm a little behind you Sylvia...I just posted my weekend reflections!
Yours are beautiful as are your shadows.
& I thank you for your inspirational quotes. I always find something here I need to hear!

Dianne said...

Doggie shadows - now that's what I like.
Have a wonderful week-end Sylvia.

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous shadow shots!

My Shadow Shots, have a blessed Sunday!

stardust said...

I love the new header and the presented poem to you. You might have left something behind but important things must be kept in your mind. wherever you are, you can open and be in tune with the sweet memories. Take your time, Sylvia, to start the next stage of your life. Look forward to your new post when you're ready.

Arti said...

Wonderful collage as usual, loved them all!
Good luck on the move and come back soon, Sylvia!

kat said...

The dog and dog's shadow is cute. I also like the shade of the tree. Good luck with the move. Happy SSS.

Joan said...

Lovely shadows! Your view is wonderful. Happy for you the move went well. :)

Kelly said...

Okay... this week it's between your precious little Schnauzer and the shadow under the tree. All are really nice, though!

Beverley Baird said...

So glad your move went well! Love your new header as well!
What a gorgeous shot from your window!
Great shadows for the week! Love them all!
have a wonderful first week in your new home Sylvia!

Kay said...

I love your blue glass shadows, Sylvia!

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