Thursday, September 09, 2010

Here Come the Sunflowers

Your job today:

Step 1: Open a new browser window and click on this link....

Step 2: Return to this blog post and enjoy my photos while the music is playing. This can't help but make you smile today.







Sorry about all the clicking - I just couldn't figure out how to embed the song into the post!

If you have ever wanted to come to our Sunflower Field, this weekend is a perfect weekend for it. The address is 562 Leyden Road, Greenfield, MA 01301. We don't live at the field but I will be around some this weekend filling up the buckets.

It is also the 162nd Annual Franklin County Fair which is always fun for everyone.

19 comments:

thepaintedsheep said...

every morning should start out like this. thanks for making mine a little brighter.

Molly said...

Best blog post ever!

mascanlon said...

Wonderful way to start the day!

Deborah said...

One of my favorite songs and one of my favorite flowers--good morning!!!!

Dianne@sheepdreams said...

Lovely!!

Nichole said...

Simply beauteous!

Bonnie said...

Gorgeous with the music and even alone to look at. Wish we lived closer to come see.

margaret said...

Thanks for the smile!

Kathy said...

Oh, if I lived nearby, I'd be there! I'm over west in Iowa, though. Love your photos. Love your blog. LOVE your books!

Gramma Phyllis said...

Perfect song to go with the beautiful pictures. I love sunflowers. A member of my church grows several fields of them here in western NY and every year brings armloads to church to celebrate his late wife's birthday with the congregation. We can take home as many as we want after the service! There is such joy on everyone's face a we leave.

Holly said...

Kristin! This post made my day! Thanks so very much for the smile. I'm being reminded of the power of music today.

philogirl said...

Great idea! Here comes the Sun!

marit said...

A beautiful start to a beautiful day!

Have a great weekend- wish I lived closer- I would have loved to see your sunflowerfields!

Anonymous said...

Just curious-can you tell us what exactly you do with the sunflowers once they are harvested??

Sojourner Design said...

Great post! Between the photos, the music, and my second cup of strong coffee I'm feeling that everything is alright.
I found that right clicking the link offered the option to open it in another tab but still stay at your site. Easy!

Diane

Julie said...

Wonderful! Thank you!

Auntie Shan said...

WOW! -- I never knew that they came in Red... Cool! So THAT is where Bar-B-Q flavoured Sunflower Seeds COME from! ;-D

- "CITY" Girl having a TRIFFID Moment!

billicummings said...

That was just what the doctor ordered! Beautiful! Thanks sooooo much.

Virginia said...

Oh man. I was within a two minute's drive from your home yesterday.

My husband and I spent some time on the Mohawk Trail this weekend and had a wonderful time. It is one of our all-time favorite places to be and we're trying to figure out how to move there.

We stayed at the Clover Hill Farm in Williamstown.