Sunday, June 28, 2009


I can't seem to get back into my blogging routine.
These 105 HOT DAYS just sap energy and if
that's not hot enough, seems I have had
one long HOT FLASH all day.

But stop whinin' girlie and get on with
your BLUE MONDAY post.
Three moments from my recent trip
to Weiser, Idaho for the Fiddle Festival.


Our son did Texas proud...Dixie, the devil may have
been in Georgia but 74 bow yeilding fiddlers
showed up and that was just in Samuel's
Jr. division--13 to 17 year olds.
Almost that many in each of the Jr.Jr.s and adult divisions.

His group all played, which took most of the day
and then came the first cut, down to only 15.
He made it! And even though he didn't make the
next cut we were grateful to have made it that far.
He played two wonderful sets and we
were very proud of him.

~*~*~


Weiser ruins and roses.

The whole town was in full bloom for the festival.
Wish I could share the aroma, it was wonderful.
Good thing I wore a blue shirt that day ;-)

Now back to SmilingSally for more...


~*~Candy~*~

16 comments:

Marsha's Mpressions said...

Candy,

Congrats to your son!

Beautiful photos! Love the red flowers on this blue monday!

:)

bj said...

Oh so many congrats to your son..he is a handsome dude!!
And...you are a very pretty mama, too!!
xo bj

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Congrats to your handsome, talented son, Candy. Love his blue shirt and his Mama's as well. A very handsome twosome, both mother and son! :-)

Happy Blue Monday...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Candy, Congratulations to your precious son! Bravo!

That rose bush is amazing. I'll just bet it smell heavenly!

Re: hot flashes...will they ever end? My Mama is 83 and she STLL get them; although she did offer...not as often. Something to look forward to...yes? lol

Tina

printersdevil said...

TFS

Beautiful photos. Congratulations to your cutey son---both for his fiddling ability and his recent Eagle Scout award. My late son was an Eagle Scout. It is a great feat.

Irene Toh said...

Nice photo of your son with fiddle, and you amongst the huge roses.

Happy blue Monday!

OMG Singapore

Barbara said...

Candy, Wow, I understand why you are proud of your son, what a great talent and a nice looking young man, Congrats.

Wish I was back in Wimberly for festial and/or trade days.

Great Moasic...how did you do that.

Happy Blue Monday.

Barbara

Knitty said...

Congratulations on your son's accomplishment!

Happy Blue Monday!

JD said...

Great Photos and Congratulations to your son...Happy Blue Monday!

Kathy said...

Give your son a high five!! Anything to encourage those musical endeavors!!!! Our kids need all the cheerleaders they can get in this day and age! welcome home , xoxo~Kathy! Sweet Up-North Mornings...

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

What a handsome young man! Happy Blue Monday!

Dixie said...

That is some "fiddler" you've got there... My daughters all played string instuments... but all but the oldest have laid them down... I love to listen... just amazing!

and you were bloomin' too girl! great pics... have a great week... we've got a cool front coming in this week... it should be down to 98!

Smilingsal said...

Your son must be good, and you must be good and proud. Thanks for sharing. I love your pretty smile. Happy Blue Monday.

Mary said...

Candy, I love the images you selected to share with us. Your fiddler is as handsome as he is talented. My congratulations to him. Have a wonderful day and enjoy the coming holiday weekend.

Terry said...

Howdy Candy
Congratulations to you and your son.
What a wonderful life moment.
Oh my those are some gorgeous blossoms :)
Thank you so very much for leaving us with all the great post while you were gone.
But Girl I am so glad your back at home !
Try to keep cool well lets say as comfortable as you can .
Blessings to you .
Happy Trails
Hugs

Lynns Lovelies said...

Oh Candy~~~Congratulations to your very talented and sweet boy!!That is so fantastic!!
Love your touches of blue for Blue Monday!
Have a beautiful evening and hopefully it will cool down a bit!
Hugs,
Lynn♥