Mar 24, 2010

Photo Tag

I am sorely behind in this game, and have been tagged four times by wonderful bloggers. So I opened, not just the first photo file, but four, and counted 10 photos down, and this is what you get:

For Kat, at Antics of a Tameran Witch:

Drummers and a flute player in Mexico at Xel-Ha. A fantastic sound that could be heard far into the park and over the water. Dusk was setting, and it had been a great day. I was so engrossed in the drums, I almost missed my bus!

For X, at Bogaman's Blog:

My first ripe tomato in my garden last year. I am always so damn excited when the tomatoes ripen! I suppose I could learn to make fried green tomatoes, but I'd rather eat a ripe one, with some sea salt and oregano!

For One Pink Fish at Perfectly Pagan:

A pic of my brother and father starting a campfire after a rather miserable time trying to find an Xmas tree in '08. We finally broke down and all went into town and bought trees for our homes! (After roasting hot dogs and marshmellows.) Too much snow and ice that year!


And for Leathra, at Confessions of a Crafty Witch:

Dexter and Daisy "hiding" in an empty Halloween candy box. My story is that I had just finished making the goody bags for the little creatures on Halloween night, but for all I remember, I may have eaten this box myself...

Thanks to all who tagged me (and who have had the utmost patience with my late response.) Please do go and check out their wonderful blogs - they are all fabulous!

Now to get to those blog awards...

11 comments:

the wild magnolia said...

Loved esp the drummer and tomatoe's. Thanks for sharing your pictures.

Kat said...

Ohh what breed of cats?

mxtodis123 said...

I'm far behind myself. Trouble is, I don't have photo albums like this. I don't have a camera. Cats are always so curious, aren't they? I always get such a kick out of it. I remember when my sons were small, we had a photographer come to the house and as he was focusing on the children, I happened to see my 3 cats all in his suitcase. It was hard not to keep a straight face.
Mary

Debra She Who Seeks said...

We were at Xel-ha in 2005 and that SAME guy was drumming near the exit! Only he had the cutest little girl with him then, drumming on her own wee djembe! I laughed because I immediately recognized him from your photo!

The Frog Queen said...

That was a lot of fun. Reminds me, I was tagged too......so don't feel bad, I have not done mine yet either :D

Cheers!

Rue said...

Kat - Dex & Daisy were rescued barn kittens (their mom went missing or abandoned them) so they are some sort of wild mix! Dex really has features (and sassy-ness) of a Siamese, but he is black. Daisy has longer hair than him, and is built stockier. My uncle says she looks like the lynx on his property! Who knows?

Debra - too funny that the same guy is still there! He is fabulous, isn't he?

jaz@octoberfarm said...

thanks for the mint suggestion. i had not thought of that and it might just be the things that works!

faerwillow said...

~l♥vely moments youo have shared with us...brightest blessings~

Anna said...

love the pics :-)

Bogaman said...

I sure do love them 'Matoes' myself. The garden variety are so much better than store bought ones it's unreal. Xavier

MarZel said...

Great Photos...you are so nice!!!