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  • April 6, 2009

    i just wrote a blog post about taking pictures in the texas bluebonnets, but i didn’t have a picture to put on my blog.  i asked for people to send me pictures of them in the bluebonnets, but so far i haven’t gotten any.  now i have to link your post to show everyone what i am talking about.  people who aren’t from texas or who have never lived in texas have no idea what this picture-in-the-bluebonnets craze is.  thanks!

  • April 6, 2009

    Oh, perfect! This is from 1988. LOL. Can you believe that? The craze goes way way back. grin Thanks for the link, Natalie!

  • April 6, 2009

    Come on over to Spokane! It would be great to have some bloggers a little closer.  Of course, I would much rather be in Seattle than Spokane.  Seattle has always had a special place in my heart.

    Cheers to sunshine.  We are loving it too!

  • April 6, 2009

    we get 300 days of sunshine here in Colorado.  Seattle is nice and one of my best friends lives there but the clouds are not my friend.  I too take cyber vacations and make cyber moves.  It keep me sane when it’s cold

  • April 6, 2009

    I spent 1st and 2nd grade in Austin and never really got over the bluebonnets.  I learned to ride my bike in a field of bluebonnets, played tee-ball in a field of bluebonnets.  I’ve never been back since we moved, but I swear one day I’ll get back in the spring just to see those blue flowers again.  And if I can find a field of them to dive in, all the better…

  • April 6, 2009

    There is definitely something about the sun and bluebonnets in Texas.  Although I’m new here and still miss my home back in Michigan, I do enjoy the endless days of sunshine!  Thanks for stopping by today and checking out my pictures of bluebonnets…..love your 1988 picture!

  • Michelle M
    April 6, 2009

    Who is the mystery girl in the back?  I am nosey like that and want to know!

  • April 6, 2009

    Michelle, that’s my friend Mercy. I have a post coming up about her. She was my best friend in jr. high before we moved to Washington.

    Replace her with you and give us 20 years and pretend that’s LB instead of my sister and that about catches you up. heh.

  • April 6, 2009

    Ah, it’s the wanderlust again. Sweet picture! I’m enjoying the sun here in Portland.

  • April 6, 2009

    You should totally come down to Texas.  Our neighbor already has bluebells up!

  • Al_Pal
    April 6, 2009

    Neat post.  Makes me want to scan old photos.
    I was so thrilled that we had sun when we were in Seattle last month!  Great meeting you!

  • April 6, 2009

    I hear the Azores are nice this time of year.  Or is it THAT time of year?

  • Maria
    April 7, 2009

    I would like to insert NYC.  We get twitchy on the first spring like day but level out the more sunny days come our way.

  • sister flinger
    April 7, 2009

    Ok. First off….those glasses on me are HIDIOUS!!! OH MY GOSH. I can’t believe our mother ever had me wear those. UGH. Nasty.  Second….Colorado is SOOOO a possiblity for us! We should TOTALLY move there. TOTALLY. It’s perfect.
    Third. Your so right! I love how whenever it doesn’t rain for two weeks everyone in Washington cries “DROUT”. I haven’t seen three days of rain all year! Thus far. Of course. down here. 60 is cold to us. I wore jeans three days ago because 62 was going to be the “high” lol.

  • April 7, 2009

    I think we always want what we don’t have. Here in Cincinnati we have the WORST weather. It’s psychotic.  This weekend it was in the low 70’s and then on Monday it snowed!  WTF!

    Love the photo. Seeing that hair brings back lots of memories!

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