With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Sepia Scenes

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Sepia Scenes

Although she has a vibrant personality, I thought our oldest
daughter, Erin, with her blond hair, would look good in sepia tones.
She is a stylist and a busy girl inside and out of the salon!
Joining Mary T for Sepia Scenes!


Patti said...

Pretty daughter! She really resembles you, Lorraine.

Ann said...

She does look very good in sepia. I imagine a pretty girl like her could look good in just about any shade

Ralph said...

The sepia is a wonderful accent to a lovely person. The simple and warm tones enhance such unadorned beauty. A loving capture by a proud mom!

Mildred said...

She is a beautiful young woman and takes after you Lorraine.

Tara said...

Pretty girl, just like her mother.

jamie said...

hey ma~ i'm a blogger now. you're going to have to teach me how to do cool things like put my pictures in borders:)

Nana's Nuggets said...

Your family is just beautiful! I really enjoy your blog! and on down the page I will make the apple dessert, looks delicious! Have a blessed day!
(ps. don't have a clue, but my blogs have been a bit distorted the last couple of days!as I said in my post; Pray for repair!!)

kim said...

Isn't she pretty. Does she get to do your hair, too. I am glad to find another woman that likes to mow. If our yard wasn't so big I would use a push mower for the exercise.

crochet lady said...

Lovely picture and that risotto from you previous post sure sounds good. Risotto is one of my favorite things to make.

Shelia said...

Hi and thank you for choosing to follow my blog! Oh, what a beautiful daughter you have! I do believe she would look good in any color! :)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

A Quiet, Gracious Life said...

I think sepia pictures are so pretty. They always seem so wistful and old-fashioned to me.

And speaking of photos your new profile picture is *lovely*. (o:

zoomyummy said...

oh, yes, I think that sepia suits her too. I love the picture. :) Petra


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