Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Shoot Me! 46 of 52

Forever In Blue Jeans

Shoot me 46

Leaves, leaves and more leaves! We decided to rake them up finally, and just in time. Snow is on the ground now. I’d hate to be the one to ruin a good snowman by leaving leaves on the ground. I think we had about 5 truck loads we took to our town burn pile. The boys had fun jumping in the leaves as usual.

12 comments:

Jan said...

Wow, 5 truck loads, that's a lot of leaves, and a lot of work. Great photo of the two of you.

God Brought Me Here said...

You are indeed blessed with such a wonderful kid who is very responsible. God bless

MOO said...

Yeah, snow is on the way to Wisconsin, too. I still can't believe summer is gone. Love this festive snap!

Miss America

Kayce said...

Wow! that's a lot of work! but I guess its a fun thing to do. I wish we could also try that... :)

Anyway, I can't find the mclinky link in your post so Ill just post it here:

http://kayeshayne.blogspot.com/2010/11/shoot-me-24-of-52.html

thanks!

Jan n Jer said...

That is a lot of leaves, so much fun to jump in a big pile! Great shot!

carrielt said...

We were going to rake all our leaves but then the neighbor's corn field across the highway blew all the trash into our yard. And really it's gonna happen all winter and I am not going out there every time it piles up. lol

Looks like a good time was had by you guys in an activity that isn't much fun. lol

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

That is a lot of leaves! Nice shot.

The Church Lady said...

Raking leaves is on our agenda this weekend. It takes us an entire weekend to get it done! Yuk.

Marice said...

5 trucks! argh! but I guess that was one great bonding time ;)

All American Family said...

ugh...I bet your arms hurt!! Looks like y'all had fun though!!

Leslie said...

You have such a different life than I do and I love hearing about yours. A place in town to burn leaves, WOW! And 5 truck loads!!

Your hair is getting long and it looks really pretty!

Matty said...

We have a twenty go-zillion leaf bearing trees in our yard. I raked our yard the first fall we were here. Once!! As in never again. It took my an entire two day weekend, followed by a week of elbow and wrist pain. Lesson learned.

I bought an attachment for my lawn tractor ( not approved by the wife ), and it's been smooth sailing ever since. At least for the leaf collecting part. LOL