22.11.10

Two Jack





I can't believe how fall seemed to just slip through my fingers this year. Now just outside my window its white and bright and happy. I love that we get all four seasons here. I love how at the beginning of each season it feels like a fresh start. I know the winters can get long here but I really can't picture living anywhere else. Besides the beauty of Alberta I love being close to family.

9 comments:

esther.beazer said...

i agree 100% i love southern alberta! and i like winter too, there is something magical about the beginning of winter and the first snow fall!

H and E said...

OK you two I know it is pretty and all, but -21...I don't know how to function.
Ok I will surrender and say I do love it here but sometimes it is a little too cold for my liking.
Eden these images are so beautiful, I want to go there!

Suzy Hicks said...

wow, these pictures are beautiful, look at those mountains! I miss Alberta but I'm grateful you're so close to family. I love the last few posts and love the pj's Aunt Cheri made....adorable!

Cheri Litchfield said...

Beautiful pictures. Love them.

Anonymous said...

You have a beautiful family Eden. Thanks for sharing your pictures.

Thelma

Hannah said...

Ohhh what a crazy, fun, disaster that trip was! The pictures are great, I love Jane and Aubs in the last one! It really is nice to be able to just pick up and go to the mountains, with wonderful family! I also love alberta!

maria lang said...

aww we love two jack too. how lucky are we to have such beauty around us. i also love all four seasons. something to do and look forward to all the time. when it's not so cold out let's take the kids tobogganing!!

Shani said...

We had a great fall this year, so glad it stuck around for as long as it did! If it weren't for the scarves, I would think these pics were taken in the summer! What a great post when we've had such a cold week. Thanks for making me think about the positives :)

paula said...

4 seasons would be so lovely. It seems we skipped fall here, but then again our winters are probably more like your falls.