New Journey! πŸ“ΈπŸ“·πŸ“ΈΒ 

Well we always say things happen for a reason and with that being said I am focusing on me and my businesses so that I can provide for my family. I decided to focus more of my energy into my photography and launch a Facebook page and see what happens. I love taking photos, and praying that one day I will be that photographer that goes into the hospital to take baby photos and into the dog rescues to take photos of the pets so that they can post photos of the dogs that need to be adopted.

I hope u enjoy my photos as much as I love taking these photos. Please visit my Facebook page Angelina Hindle Photography and see what’s new.

Harley’s Easter Pics πŸ‡πŸ‡

Got to show some of Harley’s Easter pics.  


Backyard Oasis and the dogs this Memorial Day Holiday πŸΎπŸΆπŸ·πŸΉπŸ‘🌸🌹

Hubby and I were outside all day cleaning up the shed and backyard. I did accomplish one item on my to do list of home improvements. I went to Home Depot this morning and got rubber mulch and grey and white rocks to put at the front of the deck so the dogs stop digging in the mud everyday. 

Here are some pics from this afternoon on the deck. 


Here are more photos of the deck in the evening. 






Photo editing πŸ“·πŸ“·

I love taking photos and every time I take Harley for a walk I take my camera or my phone to take pictures of plants, flowers and anything else I see along the way. Most of the time it is photos of the trees and flowers we see. 

Here is a few pics of how I changed colors it is the same photo just edited in different ways. 


Can’t wait to take more photos. I am hoping I can take a trip to a local topiary garden in the next few weeks so stay tuned for the latest photos from that trip. 

Happy Valentines Day πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

We want to say happy Valentine’s Day to everyone.


Sunflower Fields 🌞🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻

A few weeks ago I was looking through posts on Instagram and Facebook and kept seeing everyone’s posts at the sunflower field. I had no clue where these sunflowers were located so I did some research and found out it wasn’t far from home and work. So since my research found that the sunflowers don’t usually last more then 2 weeks I wanted to make sure I got there to take some pictures. I didn’t want to wait for Bryan to go with me so on the way home from work in my scrubs and all I headed out. I pulled up at the field and it looked so pretty, thousands of sunflowers everywhere.

For what ever reason I just never thought about the fact there would be bees which I don’t like being around, I guess I was so involved in taking the photographs that it never crossed my mind till I got there and seen them all lol. I did get the guts to walk a few rows into the sunflowers. I did this very carefully. I just started snapping taking a few selfies which I don’t usually do but I needed one good pic of me there not just pictures of sunflowers. Here are some of my pics I took with my phone.
I have more pics with my professional camera but I don’t think I have them on my iPad at the moment.





Monday in the summer! πŸΎπŸΆπŸ˜„πŸŒžπŸŒΉπŸŒΊπŸŒΈβ˜”οΈβš‘️

Another Monday has come and gone but I can say tonight was a beautiful night outside. It was so nice out today not to hot and breezy can’t get better then that for a summer day in maryland.
Bryan and I went to the gym after work and decided to go to wegmans and pick up some sushi for dinner and some protein bars they seem to go quickly around our house lol. After wards we came home to set on the deck and hang outside with the dog for a little bit since he had been inside all day. He loved it as you can see from the pics below.






Well after I watered all my flowers and veggies in the garden I decided to get a few pages read from the book I am reading called positive negativity great romance novel and most of the story is based out of ocean city maryland which is so cool. Another cool thing about this book is the author d.d. Lorenzo is my friends mother and boy she can write a book.

This is the first book in the series and yes she gave me a copy sometime last year around oct or nov and I am only on chapter 6 but I don’t have a lot of time to read and don’t forget I do have ADHD and tend to find something to do that is hands on lol. Anyways be sure to get her book and the second one in the series as well. I need to place my order for the second one as well.
As I was sitting on the deck enjoying the breeze I saw the sky got a little dark like a storm was coming but so far the storm has held out thank god cause I don’t think I can take another night of only 3 hours of sleep due to loud thunder and bright lightning. βš‘οΈβš‘οΈβ˜”οΈβ˜”οΈ.




Hope everyone enjoyed their Mondays.

Flowers & Veggies πŸŒ±πŸŒΊπŸŒΉπŸ†πŸ…πŸ“πŸ‰

I love growing fresh herbs, veggies and of course pretty flowers. Over the years it has been live and learn. I have had many things die so I figured out what to do and not to do lol.

I don’t have a lot of space because I live in a townhouse and my back yard isn’t that big and with Harley he would eat them or pee on them which I can’t have that. Also rabbits would be able to eat them as well. That’s dangerous for them since I have a beagle that loves to hunt rabbits but they keep going under our deck to have their babies lol.

Anyways I spoke to my husband and we may build a area that I can build a garden that has a little height to it. Just need to figure it out and get my plans and measurements together.


So right now I have my veggies on my deck in a million different planters and some seem to be doing well and some it is a waiting game to see how it goes. I purchased watermelon, sugar melon, purple eggplant, ghostbuster eggplant, cucumbers, tomato, lettuce, herbs, zucchini, squash, snap peas, green beans, and more.











Hostas and the beagle🐢🐾🌿

I brought some hostas over from my moms house a few years ago and planted them at my house. I thought it would be a good idea to plant them right in front of my deck. There is a gap from the board to the ground and it is a little higher and my beagle Harley loves to stick his head underneath to see if he can see the rabbits.

I say every year why do these rabbits decided to make a home under my deck and we have a privacy fence so they are risking everything by using our deck as shelter when we have a beagle that lives here lol. There has been many casualties over the last few years, so far none this year yet and hope it stays that way.

Last year on the first day of spring was a gross one and can’t believe my dog is that mean to a rabbit and so lovable to everyone else lol. I guess his natural instincts kick in to hunt those rabbits and squirrels.

Well the hostas have been doing their job by keeping Harley out but there is one spot he can still squeeze through. But the hostas are getting so big and I didn’t know what I could do with them because I needed to cut some back so they wouldn’t kill my rose bush, which for some reason looks like it is dying anyways.

So this is what I came up with take a few cuttings and place them in a case to bring some outdoors indoors, u could even add some flowers if u had some growing which I don’t at the moment. Check out the pic at the bottom


Wedding centerpieces: flowers with floating candles

Using vases for wedding centerpieces


My daughter is getting married next year and as soon as she was engaged we began pinning all of our ideas.Β  With her in California, her future sis-n-law up north, and her sister and me in Kansas–this was the perfect way to share ideas.

We 3 are the ones in the family that enjoy crafting, so we get the joy of making things for the wedding.

One thing I saw were centerpieces made with flowers, stones and floating candles.Β  I started pricing all of this out and was shocked to learn that one small floating candle could cost $1.50 a piece.Β  Add a nice glass container, artificial flowers and some rocks and these little puppies wouldn’t be cheap.Β  It wouldn’t be so bad to make a couple, but for centerpieces it could sure add up.

I was pretty sure I could find a way to do this cheaper, so I…

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