A little background on why I named this blog what I did.

I should probably do a little explaining on my title of this blog. First my last name is White. Therefore I live in the "White House." Living in the "White House" makes me the 1st Lady. My physical address says I live in Westwood Ca. (not the one by Los Angeles) but a little mountain town in Northeastern Ca. However I really live in a section out of Westwood known as Pinetown. With all the joking going on between my friends, I inevitably became Pinetowns 1st Lady living in the "White House." With all that said, this is just going to be a more personal blog of my life here in Westwood/Pinetown. My family and friends being a big part of it.
Originally I really wanted to take a picture a day for one year and post it on this blog. Perhaps like a photo diary. My life though is quite quiet and perhaps is not photo worthy for a picture a day but I plan on trying. So why not hop in and take a ride with me through little mountain town U.S.A. You may just love it as much as I do!


Dumb, Dumber, Dumbest!

Since I can say I have really been happy with the pictures I have been taking the last couple of days,(that has nothing to do with my photography skills, mother nature has been on my side) and how long it has taken me to go through them all and pick out which ones I think are the best, and I DO MEAN a long time, I go and do something really STUPID!!!
 What you may ask?
or I will do that for you, LOL!!!

I place my ass at the same spot today as I have gone to the last couple of days!
Because here I sit today with 87 pictures to go through. WOW,
That is just plumb STUPID,
AND I enjoyed every all 87 pictures of it.

So even though this is suppose to show a simple picture or two of the day,
 Today it will be a bit more.
This is Lassen County, Ca. and tomorrow we may not be able to walk out our front door, because in Lassen County , you just never know!


Eric S. said...

Simply BEAUTIFUL, It reminds me of home. Many of the old houses back home had doors on the second floor that opened to nothing. I finally got a straight story from one ancient local who informed me that the snow used to get so deep they had to have a way to get out. That was times long since gone, but we still got heavy snows on a regular basis. When you went to be, you never knew what you would wake up to. I can remember many a morning waking to waist or even chest deep snow.

Jana said...

Wonderful photos! I have to motivate myself to get out to new places also!

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View Larger Map This is where I live. To the right of Westwood barely visible is the little section I live in called Pinetown. We have probably 150 to 200 people for our population. Westwood on the other hand is HUGE by comparison with a population of around 2000!
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