Saturday, April 24, 2010

SUNDAY POST! Blog Giveaway Commemorating 200 Posts!

This is a tranquil setting at a lake in Western Massachusetts. Look how the tree is leaning toward the water! (Click on photo to enlarge)                                                                                                




      
Happy Sunday!

Today,  I'd like to share some photographs taken at a lake in Western Massachusetts as well as remind everyone that the name of the winner for the Writing Straight from the Heart Giveaway will be drawn tomorrow!

Monday, April 26 commemorates 200 posts on this humble blog!

Check April 17th's post for detailed information about the Giveaway.

The only requirements to be entered in the Giveaway are that you:
 
      1) Be a Follower of this blog

      2) Mention in a Comment that you want to participate! (You still have time to comment today if
           you have not done so previously!)

That's it!

Many thanks to all Followers as well as casual visitors who read Writing Straight from the Heart.  It is truly a labor of love. I absolutely adore writing for all of you!

Now, here are some photos for your enjoyment:

A tree grows not only in Brookyn but, also, in Western Mass. It's a white birch!



Here's another view of the lake, with clouds and sun shining on the hills in the background! Isn't it a beautiful place?

Don't be left out in the woods, join the fun and indicate you want to be included in the Giveaway!




DO YOU HAVE ANY LAKES NEAR WHERE YOU LIVE?


10 comments:

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Susan: I just wanted to let you know, I did not lose my checks. They printed up their own checks and how they got my information, I do not know. Anyway, thank you for the prayers. I need them so badly. I love the pictures today. Here's hoping I win your give away! Blessings, Martha

BECKY said...

Hi Susan! Your photos are so lovely! I want to be in your 200 Posts Drawing! I live "sort of" new rivers and lakes!...Oh, if you heard anything about the St. Louis area having storms and a tornado today....no damage where I live! Only minimal damage in a small area about 30 miles from me. * sigh of relief *

Linda said...

Beautiful! Did I ever tell you I live in Mass for several years? I lived in Framingham and then on Cape Cod. Loved it. Anyway, I live a couple of miles from a wonderful state park, Sweetwater Creek and it has lots of water and it's beautiful. I will do a post on it one day soon. Need it to stop raining!

T's Daily Treasures said...

Hi Susan, thanks for all your visits. I have so much catching up to do. Love all your stained glass. I'm just remembering I had an angel one from my cousin that I haven't seen recently. Wonder what happened to it. ??? It's so wonderful to have access to lovely state parks, waterfalls, nature. I sure miss that! Wishing you all the best, Tammy :) PS I AM BEAUTIFUL!

Linda O'Connell said...

Hi Susan,
Your photos are beautiful. I love the outdoors. We have several lakes near us.

diane stetson said...

I have a man made lake where I live...it's really beautiful too!

Karen Lange said...

I would love to participate! Not sure if I mentioned that before, so in case not...:)
Wonderful photos, Susan, thank you for sharing them.
Happy Sunday,
Karen
klange61(at)hotmail(dot)com

Chatty Crone said...

Good afternoon Susan,

The lake is wonderful - so clean and peaceful looking.

I live by two lakes - Lake Alltoona and Lake Lanier and when I lived in Chicago I lived near Lake Michigan - of course - lol.

Sandie

Adrienne said...

We live by Lake Coeur d' Alene which is 25 miles long and ranges from 1 to 3 miles wide. It has 109 miles of shoreline. Hayden Lake is smaller with "only" 40 or so miles of shoreline.

The birch is beautiful. It's one of my favorite trees...

Susan said...

Hello Dear Blog Friends: Thank you all so much for coming by and commenting. I was away all day and evening and was SO HAPPY to come back and see all my visitors.

I hope you will each come by tomorrow, too! Sincerely, Susan

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