Monday, July 12, 2010

New Look Blog

As you can see, my blog has had a bit of an overhaul... I am not entirely sure that I am happy with it, but perhaps it will grow on me :D
I have had a wonderful weekend with old friends and new; with family, and with God! I have so many things to be thankful for in my life! I will share with you in this post, the first few of my 'everyday grateful' photos...
First, I am thankful for God - He really is so good, and my life just wouldn't be so enriched without so many blessings from Him. I am grateful that I get to see the dawning of a new day everyday and I hope I get to see many new days for many, many years to come. (This pic was sunrise on the way to Melbourne on Saturday). Sunsets are one of my very favourite times of day, because they really are a work of art!
I am grateful for this gorgeous tree, that I have admired numerous time, and hope to take many portraits of our family sitting on it... it really seems to have grown just to have someone sit on that branch!

And I am very, very grateful for my Mum and that amazing person she is - as a Mum and a Nana and a woman.
What are you grateful for today?

Thanks for looking. Warmest wishes, Catie xo


  1. the new look blog looks great Catie:) LOving the grateful photo's! It always puts things into perspective when we really have a think of what we are grateful for in our lives!

  2. how good does your blog look :)
    What a gorgeous post, its great to reflect on the things we are thankful for, we take so much for granted.
    :) x

  3. Love the new colours of your blog Catie, very classy. Great photos of all the things you are grateful for, and what a cool tree :)

  4. The background is really pretty!!! love these photos and im jealous! that is the perfect tree!!

  5. I love your new look blog Catie! Great job! I love those photos and I agree with all you are saying. I hear you! That church is gorgeous - is that the one you go to? Mine's like a massive new building, but I love the look of the old ones. I really love trees too. Like seriously heaps. People don't seem to appreciate them so much in Australia - they seem to be too busy cutting them down to be honest! :o

    Thanks also for putting me in the sidebar - really sweet and it's made my day!



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