Sunday, October 30, 2011

Back at The Bungalow


I have enjoyed a whirlwind of fun over the past dozen days and have finally landed back at the Bungalow.   There was a wonderful treat waiting for me from Tricia at Saving Room for Dessert. 


I LOVE this beautiful bowl.  Made of bamboo with wonderful natural shades, it will be enjoyed for years to come.  Thank you so much, Tricia!


If you haven't checked out her recipes, you are missing out!  She is making 52 pies this year!!  I have vicariously enjoyed dessert with her this summer while I have been trying to lose a few pounds!  ;)


Amanda, I enjoyed my Coke Zero while I was downloading a ton of photos!  Thank you.  You know your Momma does so enjoy a good coozie!  LOL!


I'll be posting many more adventures from the past week, but I'm leaving you with these two photos...

Notice Little Man's focus of attention. 


There was a rooster in the barn at The Pumpkin Patch.  Mr. Rooster crowed and strutted across the other end.  Little Man was not so sure about  the "Big Chicken."  As a matter of fact it was, "Big Chicken, NO."  He kept an eye on him the whole ten minutes we were there. 

The Pumpkin Patch Adventure had been greatly anticipated.  Sadly, it was so bitterly cold and WINDY that we only lasted long enough to grab a few photos and then pack it in for the day.  Poor Little Man was shivering in spite of being bundled up; and, the cold wind would take the Littlest Man's breath away.  Brrrrr.... Besides, that Big Chicken was on the move!  LOL!

I had a great trip, but I am glad to be home.  Little Man comes by his love of "home" very naturally... runs from one generation to the next... to the next. 

I'll be catching up this week!!  Blessings to all... tanna

23 comments:

Jill from Killeny Glen said...

I just KNOW you ate those sweet little boys UP!!! So glad you had a good trip and are safely home.

Wonderful photos!

What a gorgeous bowl!

Days at Buttermilk Cottage said...

Welcome home!!! The family pictures are the best. I'll bet those pumpkin hats were hand knitted ones! Although trips and family visits are wonderful, isn't it always so nice to get back home again?
Best,
Susan

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Such a great picture of you and your daughter. Y'all could be sisters! The little men are too cute. I know you had a blast.

nanny said...

How cute....I love the pictures, esp you, Amanda and the boys!!!!

If that bowl comes up missing, you might check on my coffee table!!

Debbie said...

And what a wonderful tradition to hand down to our kids....a love for home! It is so good to see you with your precious family and those sweet little pumpkin heads! I don't like roosters either! :D
Isn't it good to have something to look forward too and hold onto when you come back. Great memories!
Hugs, Debbie

Julie Harward said...

Lucky you..and 52 pies? WOW!!! Love the family pictures and the cute little hats! Can't wait to see more! ;D

Debbie said...

I'm so glad you got to have some up close and personal time with your little men.

The look on his face is just priceless. I think I might just be going through life with that look on mine. I'm always distracted by the big loud scary things around me.

Chicken, no.

Mary said...

It sounds like a wonderful visit. The photos are really wonderful and will be fun to look at this winter. The boys are getting so big :-). Next year Little Man will be too big to carry. I'm glad you are safely home. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Susan said...

Cute, cute, too cute!!! Love those "where is that chicken?" eyes!! By the way, your hair looks beautiful.

Pondside said...

Those little caps are adorable! Isn't it wonderful to come home?

Sandi said...

Well, you have given me a smile this morning!

Love the wooden bowl, it is beautiful!

And those kids of yours....

Hope you have a spooktacular day!

jean said...

It is so good to hear from you! I missed your blogging. Absolutely love the pictures!! Will I see you at our LYS on Thursday? I have a hug waiting for you.

podso said...

Welcome home! Amazing you one can miss their bloggie friends! Such a cute picture of those little men, eyes diverted to something important to watch, wearing their adorable caps you made them! It sounds like you had a wonderful time, and look forward to seeing more of your amazing photos! But meanwhile I can imagine how much you have to catch up to, as well as simply enjoying being home!

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Glad you had such a wonderful trip. The little pumpkins are just precious...and those hats, just a must.

The bowls...how beautiful. Oh pies...I want to learn how to make just one good one...I will stop over at her blog.

Welcome home...enjoy the fall in East Texas.

Shug said...

Glad you had a great time....Adorable! yes, adorable little guys....and I certainly love the little pumpkin head covers..Great pictures!
Have a safe and warm halloween..
shug

T's Daily Treasures said...

Welcome home! That is one beautiful bowl. And a cute little coozie! Love those family pictures. Ya'll are the cutest pumpkins in the patch. I can see how happy you are to be with your little guys despite the frigid temps. Cock-a-doodle-do and happy day to you. :) Tammy

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Welcome home, Tanna! That is a very beautiful bowl! And your family pictures are wonderful. Your little men are so precious in the cute little pumpkin caps.
Have a wonderful week!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I almost missed these wonderful photos! After my comment above I got distracted by a phone call and left the computer open. Glad I came back to see more of your little men and lovely daughter and son-in-law. It did look cold there...brrr!

Karolee said...

52 pies! Oh me, Oh my! I am NOT a baker.... which is a good thing for my waistline because I do love to eat!

Love the pumpking hats on your little guys. Too cute.

Tricia said...

Oh Tanna the bowl looks wonderful with your decor! I am so glad you finally got it. And I am also glad you had a wonderful visit with your beautiful daughter and grandsons. They are perfect! Looks like you had a tremendous time. Hope you also had some good eats! You look wonderful, happy and rested! Here's hoping the desk cleans itself :)

California Girl said...

Wonderful photos of you, your daughter, husband and the grand babies. Everyone looks awesomely happy.

vicki said...

Tanna- I can see that you did have a most wonderful visit with your family. Love these pictures- those are THE cutest kids ever!! ( You look beautiful in the photo--). You and your daughter look so much alike!

Vicki

Deb said...

home sweet home...I didn't realize how far behind I've been on visiting...having fun catching up on all your posts...

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