Tuesday, June 11, 2013

She Reads in Yellow


12 comments:

Lisa said...

What a lovely dress! And how it suits her.
I pray your mother is improving.

Lisateresa

Anna said...

Lisa, thank you. My mother is getting better--moved to a regular room today! She is able to stand for short periods of time, and seems to have gained *five inches* of her lost height in this back surgery. Amazing.

Julian said...

Great news!Yellow is a great color for such a lovely young lady!
Christina

Xenia Kathryn said...

Great picture!! I love the composition, her dress, the quilt, the vintage book-- so sweet!


Glad to hear the update on your mom, and pray she continues to improve!

Rebecca said...

We call that Bella yellow (for Bella in the PBS adaptation of Dickens' Our Mutual Friend. :-) Just lovely!

Choate Family said...

I love how your girls always look so feminine!

Carol Pack Urban said...

She looks so beautiful! Awesome dress for an awesome daughter.

The Mayo Family said...

Beautiful daughter in a beautiful dress. With the beautiful quilt in the backdrop...
was checking in to see how your Momma was doing! Praying~
Blessings~
Lori

Hope Anne said...

Love the quilt as the background for your lovely Bella reading!

Anonymous said...

If I still had time to paint, I would ask permission to use this one. It is so lovely. The yellow, the skin tones, the composition, the book, and the quilt in the background. It is worth printing and framing.

Someday I will have time to paint again, but for now, it is put aside. I have one still in the paint with lipstick and taste everything stage.

Joy

prairiefrogs said...

What a beautiful photo in every way! The quilt, your daughter, the book, all paint a beautiful, timeless picture of cheerful contentment!

Polly said...

This is such a gorgeous photograph. The colors are so beautiful and Bella is lovely!

When I had back surgery at the ripe old age of 13, I gained 2 inches overnight (and am still, due to scoliosis, about 2-3 inches 'too short' at 5'6"). I can't even imagine gaining FIVE inches! I hope your mother is healing well.

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