The everyday of our family farm
Love that bench.
Thank you... so do I! A local carpenter made them for us many years ago.
I remember welcoming that day myself. Rather a lot of years ago.
i would have loved to hear about it little more from you dear .but right now this is making me SAD .reminding me the last days of my loved one when i was close to them and some when i was not and missed to say goodbye .still i will enjoy my last day if i would know it is
As a school teacher I would imagine there is much emotion for you as each student and year group moves on. I can understand you would get very attached to some students, and some students you are probably be glad that they have finished!
Is it the last day of school?
Yes. The last day of school for our youngest.
Interesting photo. Diane
immagine simpaticissima, mi piace su questo blog la semplicità delle immagini unita ad un tocco di classe :-)
The joys of being able to use Google Translate: very nice picture, I love this blog simplicity of the images combined with a touch of class :-)Thank you so much Ventisqueras. I love that we can communicate via blogging in other languages.
You could write a story about that photo!! : )
May we display your header on our new site directory? As it is now, the site title (linked back to your home page) is listed, and we think displaying the header will attract more attention. In any event, we hope you will come by and see what is going on at SiteHoundSniffs.com.
Wow Jerry that is an extensive list of blogs that you have. Very impressive indeed!! I would be delighted to have Farm-ily included with our header. Thank you for thinking of us.
Thank you so very much for giving permission. If you did not get my reply to your comment on AsTheCrackerheadCrumbles, aside from the All category and the slideshow on the Home page, you can see your header under Daily Life, Land/Sea/Skyscapes, Photography and Australia.
The backpack is very, very tired
That is a beautifully poignant moment and photo.
What a lovely way to depict this great event. remember your own last day at school, so much exciting future to look forward too. In the next year or so I will reach my last day at work, another big adventure ahead.