Hey everyone! I have some beautiful pictures to share today! 🙂

My mom takes breathtaking pictures! So all the photos you see on my page today are taken by her! I keep telling her she needs to go into some type of photography business 😉

I wanted to share some of the pictures that she took on a walk this past weekend through the beautiful “Old Mill District” in Bend. They have planted several large areas of wildflowers.

We are so blessed to be surrounded by such beautiful landscapes and natural scenery!

I will be posting MORE of her photos over time…

don’t worry! 🙂

I love that sunflower one… and this next one is soooo beautiful with the color variation!

One reason I have not been posting so much is because my camera is somewhat “out of commission”… it is full of pictures that I have taken over the past few months but unfortunately I lost my camera adapter and charger on our move (of which will be fixed very soon)! My pictures don’t compare to hers, but sometime, I will have some posts/pictures to catch up on!

Fall season is upon us which I love, but that means the weather will be getting cooler (aka winter is around the corner). We are making a “bucket list” of things to do before the “snow flies” as mom says. Nothing too major and all around this area, but I will share as I can! A bonus to being a stay-at-home-mommy (for now) is getting to get out and enjoy the beautiful weather daily. My sweet boy and I, whether alone… with my husband, mom, aunt, friend or any combination have been getting out for a nice daily walk! So whether we actually go anywhere out-of-town or not, my list includes getting outside as much as possible, even if it means watching the laundry pile grow, or the dishes have babies!


Check back later for updates or more pretty pictures!

4 thoughts on “Wildflowers

  1. I love your posts! These photos are beautiful! I am enjoying this cooler weather, it almost smells like fall here, and that makes me excited, for all those wonderful fall things! 🙂

  2. Gorgeous flowers! I’m a Florida native from southwest Florida, so we don’t get a lot of the flowers shown, but I guess they are all in the deep woods. I have seen pretty downy myrtles, but they are an invasive species. More pictures, please! And tell us what type of flowers they are. 🙂

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