Friday, April 6, 2012

Most Beautiful Nouns in Texas

Definition of a Noun:
The part of speech that is used to name a person, place, thing, quality, or action and can function as the subject or object of a verb, the object of a preposition, or an appositive.
(Yep. I know how to Google.)
So I say nouns because people aren't things,
 and Texas Bluebonnets aren't people.
I'm not familiar with these flowers,
obviously they aren't people either . . .
I do know they grow in Texas.
Because Chelle's FB page said they do.
And they are so beautiful!
Update! These are Indian Blankets . . . Thanks Chelle.

Neither are fish people, but perhaps they are things. 
And by adding an ing to fish, it becomes fishing,
therefore transforms into a verb.
An action verb to be exact.
Not that the fish is particularly beautiful either,
 although it is very impressive!
And our Siera is quite beautiful.
And our very own beautiful Chelle Siera!
Good heavens everyone should have posture like that.
I love this picture for a few reasons.
1. Of course her perfect posture.
2. She looks so content. Relaxed. At peace. One with nature.
3. I never, in a million years, thought I'd see her holding a fishing pole.
4. All the above come together to form one very beautiful picture.
We love you girls so much!
Update: I stand corrected. That is Siera in the picture above. Not Chelle. My mistake. I still stand by the above statements, with the exception of #3. Siera is very much a Nature Girl. A beautiful one at that!

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