Hello Again Hello

Now I'm singing that Neil Diamond song, lol.

How is everyone doing?  

Well I have cut my hours at the personal care home to 8 per week and I'm working at the funeral home 5 days a week again and more if needed. I was trying to do both jobs but I can't do it any more.  So I'm glad I'll be home more in the evening now.  

I have been able to take a scant few images with my cell phone. I haven't been out with my big girl camera for so long. Hopefully I can get out there again soon. 

As you can see from my pic we still have leafless trees on the mountains.  The grass is green and I'm sure the leaves are beginning to bud so they will soon be here. The dandelions are in full bloom too.  I'm disappointed....we had a hard freeze and the magnolias won't bloom this year.

There is a barn roof peeking over the hill if you look close. I want to get back to the same place and get some images of it. It's a special barn. 

I will be able to get around to visit you all again too. 

Take Care Felicia


Pauline W said…
What a lovely scene. I had to go back for another look to check that there was a fence. I like how the track leads you towards the scene, then does a curve in the wrong direction! Next time, if you get closer you might find where it curves again towards the barns. Always love your photos!
Tom said…
It's great to see you back Felicia.
TexWisGirl said…
hope you've figured out a better balance for your responsibilities. bless you.
Welcome back, Felicia!
Thanks for the nice visual treat.
I will look forward to seeing what's behind the door that God/The Universe has opened for us, while the other is shut.
Have a Happy Day!
Peace :)
The Furry Gnome said…
Good to hear from you. I'm missing your beautiful rural landscape photos.
Denise inVA said…
Hi Felicia, great to see your post. This is a wonderful scene, could just step into it and walk along that road :) Hope those new hours work out well for you. Thanks for visiting and enjoy your Friday.
Debby Ray said…
Oh yes, I see signs of spring bursting forth! Even with a cell phone, you rock those photos, girlfriend :) Welcome back!
Anonymous said…
That is a lovely shot!
Linda W. said…
Pretty photo! Thanks for dropping in!
Linda said…
Lovely peaceful scene! Don't work too hard!
Suza said…
beautiful photo, so paecefull and nice.
Happy friday to you
I love this rural scene
Marco Luijken said…
Hello Felicia,
Very nice picture. A great and wonderful area.

Many sweet greetings,
Christine said…
Lovely to have you post again and that is a lovely view! I can almost feel the warmth of the sun and breathe the clean sweet air!
eileeninmd said…
Hello Felicia, what a pretty rural scene. I see the barn, great fence shot. I hope all is well, take care. Have a happy weekend!
Revrunner said…
Spring is in the air.
What a pretty rural scene. I hope you get more free time from your jobs so you can enjoy nature with your camera.
That dirt road makes me want to get my mountain bike out
Sandra said…
good news you have cut back your working hours.. hope you get your big girl camera out soon and sad news about the poor magnolia trees. i hope the trees survived and all you will miss are the flowers.
Lynne said…
I love a fence like this . . . with a winding lane
which takes my mind down the path . . .
wondering who lives at the paths end . . .
Beautiful photo . . .
Ida said…
Nice scene and fences. It's to bad about the freeze and the magnolia trees. Good to see your post here.
Bill said…
Good to see you back--- and the phone image was quite nice!
Gosia k said…
Hello again I think in my place the spring is earlier about 3 weeks
Gosia k said…
lovely landscape
Debbie said…
it is amazing the quality of cell phone images these days, i rarely see anyone with a big girl camera anymore except me ;)

it is a beautiful image!! ps...i could never work those kind of hours!!!
carol l mckenna said…
Lovely scenic photo ~ great composition ~ Glad to hear you will have more time for yourself ~

Happy Weekend to you ~ ^_^
Hi Felicia, I hope less slaving away and more camera time works out for you.

Frank Boxell said…
Super scenery. Good to hear you'll now find more time for yourself.
Hi Felicia. I had missed a couple of your posts because of me being busy (I'm ashamed to describe myself by that word, when compared to you and how hard you work); but anyway, I am glad you are back and that you are able to cut back some on all the hours you are working. I'm sorry about your former boss -- so sad when something like that happens, but glad you are there for his widow, especially since you love the work you do there.

That is a very special barn in this picture -- you live in the absolute most beautiful countryside ever and your pictures are wonderful.
Brian King said…
The best camera is the one you have with you and that's a gorgeous photo!
Primitive Stars said…
Hello Swet friend,lovely scernry, you live in such a pretty part of the country I think.Hugs Francine.
Pamela Gordon said…
This is a beautiful rural scene and the kind I love to see. Thanks for taking time to share it. Your certainly are a busy girl! Take care. Pam
Tammie Lee said…
such an inviting road
and cool photo
PerthDailyPhoto said…
I can't believe how good the phone cameras are these days Felicia.. sounds like busy,busy times for you!
Helma said…




Hallo Felicia,
het is fijn je weer te zien en ook te horen.
Je hebt het heel erg druk gehad en dan heb je niet altijd tijd voor je blog.
Dat geeft ook niet als je maar ook om jezelf denkt.
De foto's die je laat zien zijn echt mooi.
Het gras is groen en straks staat alles weer heerlijk in bloei.
Groetjes, Helma

Hi Felicia,
it's good to see you again and hear.
You've been very busy and you do not always have time for your blog.
That does not matter as long as you also think of yourself.
The photos that shows you are really beautiful.
The grass is green and soon everything is again lovely in bloom.
Greetings, Helma