Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm

Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Friday, May 18, 2012


 Yesterday I had many phone calls and pals stopped by with food.
Not in a good picture taking mode yet....Thanks to Carrie, Alice, Judy and her Grandson Ben, Sally
and Mary Part for all the goodies they brought over.
 I'm not back to normal eating yet, but Alice....the lasagna was great.
 When Mary Pat stopped up with her treat, I had to take her picture (my favorite model, remember).
Here, she was talking to Steph on the phone.
 My trusty pups won't hardly leave my side.
 Jenny came up to do chores and redid Abbe's leg....I so appreciate her help.
As for Gary, I am driving him nuts.
 The weather looked beautiful, and there I was, missing it.
 This morning I took my first shot from the porch.  Lily kept crying, so I got up and let her in.
My first Physical Therapy later this morning.   Big ouch.


  1. Hope the PT goes okay. It's a little painful in the beginning but it gets better. I'm sure everyone missed you and are happy you're finally home.

  2. I know you are itching to be out there zooming around! xx

  3. Glad you're back home! PT is no fun, but you've got the determination to get it done - hope things continue to improve.

  4. What sweet pups, not leaving your side. Poor Gary -- Brett drove me nuts too. LOL. I hope you are a more compliant patient than Brett was.

  5. It's good to hear you're home again Lori.

  6. The photos are beautiful, you naughty girl! You are supposed to be taking it easy!

  7. Take time to heal up! Hope PT goes well. Sounds like you've got lots of work to do to get back on your feet.

    Thinking of you!

  8. So glad you are feeling the love of all your friends and family. I bet the horses are wondering about you. Lovely shot of the yard. So welcoming - but don't you dare : )

  9. How good to be home, I always say after an ordeal like you just had. I hope that it hurts less every day and that you'll be zooming around like you always do in no time. For now, take it easy and let everyone pamper you!


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