Tuesday, April 20, 2010

and now for the mother of yesterday's sweet potato boy


happy birthday to one of the most hardworking young women i know
with love from your aunt brattcat

23 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable picture!She is lovely!
Léia

Amin said...

Hello,Dear friend!I am at home now.Thank You for your beautiful comments.
She is very lovely.Beautiful photo.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

She does indeed look hardworking, as she is making notes in a moment that otherwise looks like it is time for relaxation.

Anya said...

So lovely picture
from a beauitul girl :))))

Leif Hagen said...

Nice to meet your family members!
I didn't always like sweet potatoes - now I love 'em - there's hope!

Birdman said...

Wow! Back 2 Back B-days???? Wonderful portrait here. Happyhappy to both!

Small City Scenes said...

Happy birthdays all around. Lovely woman and proud mom./ MB

B SQUARED said...

Tell her a big slice of Cyber-cake is headed her way from South Florida.

JM said...

Lovely portrait and Happy Birthday to your niece!

slim said...

Oh, this is a beautiful portrait of your very lovely niece. I just love the quality of light here.

Jacob said...

Excellent photo, Brattcat. I'd include a happy birthday, also, for this beautiful young woman!

Sharon said...

Another great photo and another Happy Birthday!

Magpie said...

She's blessed to have an aunt who loves her so much. Happy Birthday!

Marie-Noyale said...

We go on with the wishes!!
Happy to a beautiful young mother.

cieldequimper said...

Bon anniversaire too! Pretty and so young!

Rob and Mandy said...

Happy birthday!

Sunny said...

A lovely picture. Happy Birthday to your niece.
Sunny :)

Small City Scenes said...

Hi BC---Regarding your comment on my blog about the Tulips.
Bulbs are a huge industry in the Skagit Valley and are sold around the world. Roozengarde and Washington Bulb Company is the largest bulb company in the nation.
When they are firstcoming to flowers many many are picked and sold to markets--the long stemmed flower--all over the US and then in turn sold to customers. Tulips you see in grocery stores in the Spring might be from here. Might not, too. Anyway in April the Tulip Festival begins for about 3 weeks with many events in the town of LaConner and Mount Vernon. At the end of 3 weeks the flowers must be cut before they die. they are cut to give nourishment and energy to the bulbs which are harvested in mid-summer and graded and sold all over the world. Everything is utilized and fun is had by all---too. the land where the blubs were could lay fallow all winter or replanted in the late summer with Cabbage and Kale to be grown for seed. It really is very interesting. MB

Bob Crowe said...

She obviously deserves better treatment than in yesterday's picture. Maybe junior is getting confused between being fed right handed and left handed.

Carraol said...

Great portrait with a perfect light for beautiful lady!

Sharon Creech said...

So young, the mother, so lovely.

VP said...

Lovely image of a beautiful girl!

Gopalan said...

Very expressive pictures. Great!