Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Oh I Wish I Were In Dixie

I wished I was in Dixie so that's where I am...sort of.
The mountain says "Dixie" so it must be true!


With the Tammy 4 all Seasons blog hop fast approaching, the hubby and I went
looking for the perfect spot to take photos of my Tammy Bags. Found it here!


There's still a little snow in the shaded areas.


A Love Lock Bridge, too!


A love lock is a padlock which lovers lock to a bridge, gate, or public fixture to symbolize their love
and forever commitment to each other. Usually the names or initials of the lovers are inscribed on 
the padlock and the key is thrown away to symbolize unbreakable love. The history of love locks
dates back at least 100 years to a Serbian tale of a broken engagement and heartbreak. Padlocks 
were attached to bridges by young women to hopefully protect their own loves. How romantic!

Just so you know, we didn't leave a padlock on the bridge. 
We've been together for so long, we know our love is unbreakable!
Ahhh, was that just so ooey gooey sugary sweet sounding? 
How could I not feel that way when he is such a fun and crazy guy!


Almost time for Tammy 4 all Seasons! 


7 comments:

  1. OH I love the red rock! Wasn't there a bridge or at least a section somewhere that collapsed recently because of all the love locks? Sweet pic of the hubby.

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  2. That is a spectacular location for a photo shoot.

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  3. Looks great, can't wait to see your creation! Your husband looks like he keeps you on your toes ;) Have a great day!

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  4. great shots for your photo shoot...hubby looks nice among the red rock...

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  5. Pretty scenery! Can't wait to see your project(s)! Happy New Year!

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  6. Carol
    Did you once did a x-stitch pattern with an owl? I did a small tammy with it and I would like to give proper credit where I saw the post....

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  7. Great photos! Looking forward to seeing your newest projects ... :) Pat

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