Friday, February 6, 2009

Friday Five: My Favorite Things

At RevGalBlogPals, Songbird writes:
In a week of wondering how various things in our family life will unfold, I found myself thinking of the way Maria comforted the Von Trapp children in one of my favorite movies. Frightened by a thunder storm, the children descend upon her, and she sings to them about her favorite things, taking their minds off the storm. So, let's encourage ourselves. Share with us five of your favorite things. Use words or pictures, whatever expresses it best.

And here are five of mine:

1. Time with my dogs (as anyone who knows me or reads this blog could guess!):


2. Time with my husband:


3. Food, especially sugar- and/or chocolate-intensive items.

4. Music (both listening to it and helping create it).

5. The English language.

15 comments:

Jan said...

Your dog on the left looks like one of ours! Nice pictures.

Songbird said...

Amen to all of those!

revcrystalk said...

love your photos!

i'd love to make music--it's just not a talent of mine. but i will enjoy those of you who do and the beautiful music you make!

Julie said...

That view in #2 picture is lovely! Great play!

Auntie Knickers said...

All good things, and not all "things." Especially #5.

Queen Mum said...

Where are those gorgeous mountains?

DogBlogger said...

It was by one of the tiny little lakes (Dream Lake, I think) down in the middle of Rocky Mountain National Park. We were there in September 2007.

RevAnne said...

Love the laughing Tuesday pic! Amen to all of those!

Diane said...

ah! the english language! all of these are wonderful!

Purple said...

Music and pets..two of my favs. Thanks for a great play.

1-4 Grace said...

great play. Animals are the coolest

Barbara B. said...

I especially love the RMNP photo -- we used to live in Loveland, Colorado which is really close to there!

Singing Owl said...

Mountains, husband, words, dogs...I agree!

Jennifer said...

I said, "Mmmm, hmmmm" to 1-5.
Nice play!

zorra said...

Until I saw that it was in Rocky Mountain National Park, I wondered if that picture of The Alpha was taken in Oregon. It looks like the area around Crater Lake.
Great pictures and great play!