Friday, May 20, 2016

Five Things

I was in the woods last week

It seems there's always a surprise around here

I purchased new hub caps
I laughed pretty hard when i discovered the old ones in my trunk

Our Weather has been Splendid for the last couple of days

Last week - on the last day of school
students and families stopped by my classroom to say thank you
(color me humbled)
Happy Weekend!
love & love,


Snap said...

Love the roots! I bet that was a nice walk. I giggled reading your story about the hub caps. We've all done something similar, I'm sure! Enjoy the wether. Nice to know the students appreciated you. Have a great week.

Barb said...

Wow - your school is over early. (But, I'm sure you don't think it's early!) Enjoy your spring.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, pretty shot from your woods visit. We are having a sunny day today, but more rain coming tomorrow. I am sure you are looking forward to the summer. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

Christine said...

So nice to be appreciated! As your photo shows, roots go deep.
Thanks for your nice comments on my post today about the seaside cottage. It is just a few meters from the tide line so I suspect it is safe enough but come winter, the storms would battered it quite a bit! It still stands though it did look uninhabited at present.
Enjoy your weekend!

Turn The Page said...

Fun post! Crack me up about those hubcaps. Great shot of the woods! Aloha!

Tom said...

Hub caps? What do you drive? Most cars today don't have hub caps. Everyone needs a thank you now and then. Thanks for stopping by!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Good for those students and their families for stopping by. :-)

Brandi said...

Cool roots! There are some trees at the local university that have really neat exposed roots and I keep meaning to photograph my youngest among them...hopefully before he gets too big!

TexWisGirl said...

the hub caps in 'storage' made me smile. :)

DeniseinVA said...

I love what nature's treasures I find in the woods, and enjoyed your photo. How lovely your students and their families stopped by.