"I'm goin' to vote for you [James Polk] - you can bet your bottom dollar on that!"}
Dawn, these photographs are beautiful!Thanks for entering the giveaway! If you are finding it hard to fully grasp, "You are worth more than many sparrows." Take are listen here:http://www.gty.org/Resources/Sermons/42-172_AnxietyFree-Living-Part-1John McArthur sheds some light on the Word ~Lots of love to you!!! :)Ps..Also Bible commentaries help me out a lot when I don't fully understand a passage..<3
So true...nice job with the B&W.Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm glad you liked the gulls. They were fun to shoot.
I've always wondered where that expression came from...what's a bottom dollar? :) I think we'll be looking back on these days before you know it. And memories are treasures.
Great barn shots! The good old days ARE now;-)
Lovely shots and future memories.Wait, I lived in the last century, back in the good ol days.
Living in the now is enjoying the good 'ol days today. Nice barn photo. :)
Very true! Well said, Dawn.
I'm sure you're right...but as an historian, I know the "good old days" were not always as "good" as they are remembered - for many people.Still, I romanticize about my grandmother's farm in northern Minnesota (which your photos remind me of) where I spent some wonderful times as a kid...But it was a very hard life and my grandfather died young as did my grandmother. Hope your weekend is fun!
Indeed, time is a funny thing! Gorgeous images; they do evoke nostalgic feelings. :)
I'm already there thanks Dawn!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
I agree with you Dawn.Costas
I am agree whit you. Beautiful photos of old builgning. Have a nice weekend.
nice job on the photos AND the message! :)
Great pics, and so very true.
great photos....you always have a great message
Thanks for stopping by my blog.I love those pictures and it is so true,we will all eventually tell story's about the good old days.
I love that picture.
I've always been quite fond of the quote: "Good old days start with Good new days, like today."
Hi Dawn,Beautiful B&W photos. Love the simplicity, and the thoughts on time. It's so true. People always think those old days were better, but if we were there I'm sure we'd miss a whole lot of creature comforts.
Ha! Likely very true. We never stop to think about that much do we? Lovely photos Dawn!~Andrea~
I like your photos and the Polk quote (however, he wasn't that good of a president, in my opinion, but that was when a dollar was a lot!)
Ha! I think about this sometimes. It's not easy but it does give some great perspective!
It is funny to think that we will look back on this "as the good old days". I can see myself sitting in the rocker...."back in my day..." HA!
Dawn,The photos are gorgeous; so simple yet complex in their own right. You make such a good point about these being the good ol' days; I guess they will be~
Great photos and the quote is so true, thanks for visiting my blog!
Love these Good ole days :)kim
its so true! such a crazy concept to think about! i LOVVEEE these pictures!!!!! youre talented lady! just found your blog :)
I tell my children that all of the time! :) Thanks for being in mine, Dawn!
Nice shot of the barn. Funny how we talk about the "good old days" :).
These are the times of our life and we just don't know it.
I agree with Farmchick. It's all in how we look at it. Love these photos! Thank you for the wonderful birthday wish!
Oooh, your photographs are so beautiful! I love that house and the night and day shots below as well. Wonderful! Thank you for your sweet comment and visit today too, xo
Like your photography. Sounds like you're suffering a bit of early "empty nest syndrome." Responded to your comment on my blog.
Ain't THAT the truth ! How quickly the things that peeve us today get lost in time and the good stuff remains in our memory. So we may as well live these 'good days' as such before they become the good 'ole' days.
I love old out buildings. It's like each one has a special story all their own and if you stand there long enough they might give it up.Beautifully done.Also, question...how do you add a font to your blog? I really like the one you are using. Thanks Dawn.
Funny I was just talking to my daughter today about the good ole days when a stamp cost 5 cents, a home was maybe $30,000. I told her that the house we just bought would have been a mansion back then, not a small two story. I could have purchased a farm back in the good ole days. Is progress really progress? Sometimes I don't think so but we all do the best we can do with the day we are blessed with... and the beat goes on! Wonderful photos, this makes me miss the farm. I don't know why because there's no old buildings out there but I guess I associate old buildings such as these with farm life. Right... time change tonight. Uggh, I don't like losing an hours sleep! lol Enjoy your Sunday Dawn.
Now you got me singing that song..."bet your bottom dollar..going to tell on you...yea...going to tell on you..........
A great quote and I appreciate a reference to its origin. Great photos.
old barns look great in b&w. adds to their character and gives them a timeless appeal. beautiful...
Oh, Dawn, wish I could give all that chocolate to you!!! You are so sweet, dear friend!Have a wonderful week!Love, Bela.
Bea-u-ti-ful barn... If you like photographing old barns & want to share them, swing on over to Barn Charm on Monday evenings/Tuesday about 6pm & link up... We'd love to have ya! =)
I love old barns! And old churches...actually, I love anything that's old!! These are really lovely photos.
I bet you're absolutely right! All too often I find myself reminiscing about the past or, more often, looking towards the future. Sometimes it's nice to sit back and enjoy the days we have now. Thanks for the lovely reminder.Those are beautiful old barns Dawn. I love coming to your blog to think about life and feel some peace.
I'm living the "good old days" now...Love the photos!
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