Thirty-One Days of Summer: the last 10 days!

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July just flew by! I can’t believe I’ve finished this challenge not missing a single day. I hope you enjoy seeing my last 10 pictures for the “31 Days of Summer” photography challenge!



July 22. My guilty pleasure // Ketchup. I eat way too much! With mashed potatoes, french fries, meatloaf, eggs, burgers… you just can’t beat it!



July 23. Special // Those little baby kicks! The other day my siblings and I all had our hands on my mom’s belly trying to feel a kick. Some of us did and it was such a special experience.



July 24. A daily task // Milking our goats. Everyday. My younger sister milks in the morning and I do it in the evening.



July 25. Artistic // My little sister. It seems she drawing or sketching something every waking hour!



July 26. In between // “Piaffe between the pillars…” from the back of one of my favorite childhood books, White Stallion of Lipiza.



July 27. What’s in my bag // My calculator, notebooks, pencils, pen, See It & Say It In Spanish, America Volume II, The Old School Advantage, my iPod, and Chemistry books…



July 28. Simple // My lil bro’s life. He wakes up every morning to pick veggies in the garden, make dirt bombs (pictured here), and just be a fun-loving boy.



July 29. Loyal // My dad. I am thankful for him instilling within us the desire to learn to defend ourselves.



July 30. Summer // Okra flowers in the garden.



July 31. My style // COWBOY BOOTS. I’ve been wearing this Justin Stampede pair for almost 3 years now and, boy, have they stood the test of time!



About Abigail

I love the word “down home”…

Of, relating to, or reminiscent of a simple, wholesome, unpretentious lifestyle, especially that associated with the rural southern United States.

That’s me in a nutshell.

I live way out in the country in Texas and enjoy my busy life living in a large family. I love photography, piano, sewing, and, most of all, my Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. If you died tonight would you go to Heaven of Hell?

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