Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Wordless Wednesday~Let's hear it for the Country Girls!

Hi everyone!  Happy Wordless Wednesday!


Bumpkin's bestie Trish here from Pink Preppy Lilly Lover, honored to be hosting Wordless Wednesday for our dear Lisa, as she is super busy this week!


Have you joined the linky list below?  If not, please consider joining in the fun!  Indulge your creative side, and seek out images for a blog post that portray your wordless feelings, and link up below.  I know many of Lisa's current WW participants would agree, it's becoming a favorite weekly post!

Did you ever meet someone, and know instantly that your lives were meant to impact each other in a significant way?  That's how Lisa and I were...just like lightning, a brilliant special effect.  She is such a genuine, special lady with a heart of pure gold.  Just wait until you feel one of her electric hugs; she's a mover and a shaker, and a force to be reckoned with!

I had this post planned on my end for today; but looking back, it couldn't be more perfect if I tried for our dearest Bumpkin.  Without further ado, please enjoy today's Wordless Wednesday, and leave Lisa some extra special comment love; I pinky promise she'll appreciate it!

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Can't wait to finally ride the swing with you Lisa!

xoxoxo

With love always,


29 comments:

stylebyrachael said...

Those cheerleaders in their uniforms and boots are so freakin' cute!! I am not a cowgirl in the slightest bit, but I always wish I was.

I'maNolaGirl said...

My two favorite bloggers in one place - is it my lucky day or what?!?! There's a subtle strength to a country girl, don't you think! I love the women in these images, especially Reba. Talk about a talented lady!

Of all of these amazing pics, the one that struck me the most was the winding dirt road. Moving back to the city soon, and I'll miss that sight more than I ever thought I would!

Yall have a great day!

Julie (brown eyed belle) said...

Trishy, how I just love you.

I left Lisa a comment last week saying how blessed we are to have you in our lives. You just bring the sunshine little lady. How sweet of you to do such a thoughtful post for our Bumpkin!

I love me some country ladies. Were we sharing a brain today, though? I've got some 'country' happening over at BeB too :)

This post is perfect for Lisa! Adore you both!

Cool Gal said...

Seems like the most perfect post for Lisa. She is lucky to have a friend as special as you.

I loved all the images of the fields (screams country) and the country singers. I just adore Carrie Underwood. The boots, too. Makes me want to put on some country and dance. :)

flip flops and pearls said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

I missed the memo abt the cowboy {girl} boots:)

Jen said...

Well done Trish, well done!! Lisa will be proud!! What a stunning collection of photos. And Faith Hill... seriously, can she be any more beautiful? She's more stunning and classy than all the 25year olds that I know! Ok, going to go back and look at the photos again ;-)....

Lori said...

These pictures are awesome Trish and you sure know our Lisa the best!! I will take a ride on one of those porch swings and there is nothing better than a cowboy hat and boots AND a field of wildflowers to make it complete. Love this post ~ it is right up my alley!! xo

Steph S. said...

Thank you... for sharing such beautiful photos. I'm a west virginia girl - these touch my heart!

melifaif said...

I want that front porch swing with the lovely ribbons. So savvy!

Annie said...

Wow, that was a lot of good country in one post :) great pics!

MCW said...

Good job Trish...almost makes me want to move to the country :)

The Zhush said...

Just popped in from Poppies and Sunshine! :)

prepfection said...

Love the pics, though I'm not too much of a country girl myself!

Marcie said...

Love it!!! I love the girls (faith and carrie) to the front porch spring. Isn't country the best.

Yee Haw!!

xo Marcie

Hazel Williams said...

YAY Trish! Job well done, I've got Shania Twain's "Man I feel like a Woman" stuck in my head now!! hahaha! LOVED IT!! :) Hazel

April said...

I'm so proud to be from Alabama.

Cheeseboy said...

I am not big into country music, but I will say they have the most beautiful women in that genre.

Geisslein said...

love this post! have a lovely lovely day today! summer greetings, geisslein

I'm Just Beachy said...

Great post! Love all the cowboy boots.

Salt said...

I want a pair of cowboy boots SO BADLY!

A Casa da Vá said...

You got me with the cowboy boots, I collect and love them! And the friendship that you both share is so precious... how beautiful!

Misty Michelle said...

LOVE these pictures!!!

Kimmy said...

As I was admiring your photos it occurred to me I see this almost weekly here in Nashville! You have to love country music and the culture-much like Bumpkin-honest, pure with an elegant edge!
Bumpkin..hope you are having a lovely week, cheers!

Poppies and Sunshine said...

Amazing collection of pictures, Trish! I love the idea of bridesmaids wearing cowboy boots. This post makes me want to go buy a pair!

And dear Bumpkin, I hope life has been treating you well! Much love.

Elle said...

Love it.... oh there's just something about a dirt road, some cowboy boots and drinkin' sweet tea out of a mason jar that makes any day feel like heaven! Love you darlin! I am up to my eyeballs in unpacking! I told Trishie yesterday that we have such copeious amounts of stuff I can't imagine how parents and families manage to move and unpack and settle. I'm only on day three of having everything off the truck and I'm already over unpacking.... oh well... yesterday I passed the time with sweet tea and vodka... today I'm thinking I'll pass it with some white wine courtesy of Trader Joe's two buck chuck.... $2 wine that is actually very drinkable.... well hello friend! So far, as much as my southern heart hates to say it.... we're loving Cali. Our neighborhood is pretty (if a little manufactured and lacking neighborly charm... I'm still a little shocked we've been here for a week and no one's showed up with cookies yet... thinking I'll bake cobbler and take it to the neighbors by means of introducing ourselves)... anyway... the neighborhood is pretty, very nice park about a block away, lots of families and kids running around... the country side is stunning! We drove through Napa and Sonoma earlier this week, and honestly it really is as beautiful as you think it will be! back to unpacking for me... but we've got an internet connection at the house now... so I should be around a titch more often!

Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh heck this is awesome. I can feel the friendship for Lisa through this post for sure. It's just a beautiful.

xoxo Dj

Effi said...

Awsome pictures! lovely post!
really like your blog, maybe you can check out mine and we can follow each other(:

http://efashionfactor.blogspot.com/

Elisa Day said...

Lovely images!

Pink Champagne said...

Love them all. I tip my hat to you, with all of these gorgeous photos in one post. Yee haw!!