Friday Randoms



Here we have a photograph I took this week while turning off the highway toward my Smalltownland farm.  Two tobacco wagons awaiting transport to the barn.  A typical Smalltownland scene this time of year.  


Are you a fan of Whoopie Pies?  I am not, but my kids are.  I buy them at our local Amish Farmer's Market.  You can find the recipe here, but I think it is easier just to buy them from a nice Amish lady. 


 It's been a while since we have had a little Jimmy Fallon to mix up our day.  Here he is playing some Family Feud....my favorite game show.  


I finally watched this groom's epic wedding dance and I wasn't disappointed.  


Today you have your choice of some Post Modern Jukebox or some Fleetwood Mac.  Enjoy!  


Have a great Friday!!!!  



Comments

  1. Sorry never heard of whoopie pies.
    Merle.........

    ReplyDelete
  2. I remember seeing Amish wagons piled high with tobacco, the man was handing it up to the woman who was stacking it. Of course it was pulled by a team of horses and would have made a good photo but I don't think they like having one taken. Fresh tobacco smells a lot better than the smoke it gives off, a real sweet smell like fresh hay sometimes.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Love the groom's dance! I must live in a cave, because I have never heard of whoopie pies, but they look good. Happy Friday!

    ReplyDelete
  4. oooh, tobacco wagons - this is something i never considered, What a beautiful photo - I never heard of "Whoopie Pies" before. Looks like fun.
    I saw that wedding dance - Americans are getting cool . . . makes me smile.

    ReplyDelete
  5. You know, I love your photography! Oh yes I'll take a pumpkin whoopie pie:)
    Have a great weekend,
    Jemma

    ReplyDelete
  6. Golly I love me some Jimmy Fallon! And whoopie pies for that matter :P

    ReplyDelete
  7. Loved that groom dance...he has some moves!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I actually saw that episode of Jimmy Fallon and I could not stop laughing. I never liked whoopee pies, either, but I did enjoy that version of Shake it off. That groom's dance was pretty cool. I'll bet the bride felt so incredibly special after seeing that performance.

    Have an amazing weekend... :)

    ReplyDelete
  9. never heard of many of the things you mention but loved the dance. Have a great weekend.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Those tobacco-wagons look rustic and great - I wonder if the tobacco plant has a scent of pipe - warm, round and soft?
    I bake whoopie-pies once ... They tasted great, but it was a lot of work - I'd also wish to buy them if possible :-)
    Have a great weekend, Michelle!

    ReplyDelete
  11. Great picture! Really!
    Have a lovely weekend,
    Titti

    ReplyDelete
  12. Sort of a southern scene! I now deeply regret having followed your whoopie pie link...

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You just cannot imagine how that photo takes me back in time--thank you for that! I will have to watch Jimmy Fallon later...I don't want to forget. We love Family Feud, too and watch it some every week. Love Steve Harvey or Richard Dawson best.

      all I can say is we sure have a similar taste in Music...I usually either really like the songs you choose, or else, will like it but maybe like some other song by the same person/group better.

      Delete
  13. Funny how we share a state line but we don't ever see tobacco grown here! Just corn, soybeans and winter wheat!

    ReplyDelete
  14. I like the photo. We never see that in Michigan.
    I love Jimmy Fallon and Post Modern Jukebox!

    ReplyDelete
  15. I've never seen tobacco wagons - at first I thought the wagons were covered in flowers from a flower farm.

    ReplyDelete
  16. That's a lot of tobacco! I have only seen a few plants at once...

    ReplyDelete
  17. Now that's something I don't ever see (tobacco plants). I tried to watch the groom dances but my computer isn't in the mood to load them today...I'll save that for later. Some of those are really cute. I like the one where the bride is sitting in the back of the car and everyone is dancing in the road. That one is my favorite.
    Have a super weekend!

    ReplyDelete
  18. I don't ever think I have seen a wagon full of tobacco. Very interesting and a great photo.

    ReplyDelete
  19. Photographs like today's drive home just how different your area and mine are!

    ReplyDelete
  20. (I could dance like that if I wanted to . . . . )

    ReplyDelete
  21. Gosh, Michelle, that was some dancing . . .
    Did your hubby do that on your wedding day? . . . lol

    Interesting photo ~ hope they got it into the barn before it rained! . . .:)

    ReplyDelete
  22. it's a great shot but nothing like my view today of the ocean!!!

    ReplyDelete
  23. Thank you so much for linking up with "Through My Lens"!

    ReplyDelete
  24. Hi Michelle,

    Stopping by from Mersad's, (first time at his lovely meme today)!
    Love your banner's subject matter! For this transplanted Greek Canadian, your photos are visual philosophy!

    Have a lovely week!

    Poppy

    Have a

    ReplyDelete
  25. Hi. What a lovely blog. I like your header photo and description: living life through a fishbowl, that's kind of like me too :-)
    Frozen In Time by Maya

    ReplyDelete
  26. Hello, it does look like a southern scene. Great shot, the sky is pretty too. I think the homemade whoopie pie sounds delicious. Have a happy day!

    ReplyDelete
  27. Oh, homemade whoopie pies...that would be so good! :-) I love your photo. It looks like a watercolor painting! Just beautiful.

    ReplyDelete
  28. Greetings from Dubai!! Lovely capture!!Will be back soon and have a great sunday!

    Shantana

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular Posts