Monday, November 24, 2008


For many years, I have always been attracted to reflections. I love the mirror images that you see on water, not being able to discern where the land ends and water begins.

This summer in Montana, we frequently drove past Silver Lake. Very early in the morning, the water was always still and sometimes the lighting was breathtaking. It always seem so peaceful to me.

This morning, the wind was still and I saw a beautiful reflection in our backyard pond. Once again, it is hard to tell where the land ends and the water begins, but the palm trees growing upside down is a real clue. Just seems like a lovely way to start the day.


  1. Hi Susan - Thanks for your recent visit. Its always nice to hear from you. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

  2. Thank you, Cathy! Enjoy your blog. Have a blessed Thanksgiving.

  3. Just have to make a comment on my own blog. I have been having trouble posting pictures because they seem to go where they want to go and not where I want me. This blogging can be frustrating to us newbees.

  4. Hi Susan - thank you for your comment on the chicken. I do my turkey that way too, and I'm glad to hear of those who have also experienced it to be better that way. I know there are those who bake it on its back just for the show and ease of carving it the traditional way. I will be posting the Rot Kraut this week as well. Been a bit apprehensive about it because it's hard to convince some to try it, but I think it's soo good.