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Friday, March 27, 2015

Random 5 Friday . . .

 

 Our snow is melting and the cold is remaining.
I am not complaining one tiny bit,
it feels wonderful to be home
and back with some of my normal. 
 
Looking out from the kitchen window, I saw this site the other day.
What do you see . . .
 

 
I like Random 5 Friday.
Thanks Nancy for hosting.
Here are my random five.
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One:
I came up with this quote the other day,
"I would rather be an old person looking naturally old,
than an old person looking unnaturally young."
There you have it . . .
 
Two:
I like to say "my children" instead of "my kids".
(Sometimes I slip though and use that kid word, I am not perfect)
 
Three:
I would rather hear a divorced person
refer to their former spouse as their former
instead of their "x."
(I hear more caring in the word former than I do in "x.")
 
Four:
I will be watching the Sweet Sixteen games this weekend
and cheering for the Michigan State Spartans.
(MSU plays tonight in case you are interested.)
 
Five:
I saw this quote a few days ago on The Brick Street Bungalow
(You might want to visit tanna . . . she is a treat!)
 
"The fact I can plant a seed and it becomes a flower,
share a bit of knowledge and it becomes another's,
 smile at someone and receive a smile in return,
are to me, continued spiritual exercises."
LB had been a favorite of mine for many years.
I enjoyed seeing his name and reading this quote..
Have any of you read his book,The Fall of Freddy the Leaf?
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Thank you for following me,
for leaving me such kind and loving comments
and for being in my life.
Until next time,
Love, Lynne


Thursday, March 26, 2015

Good Fences . . .

 
I had to dig back in some files to find a fence for today
I have had no time to get out and about
to do one of my most favorite things,
snap some pictures of fences.
 
This one is perfect though.
It was taken a few years back, not far from where we live.
 
A fence row of lilacs almost in bloom.
I will try for a repeat photo when they bloom this year.
 

(Interesting LEAN to those spruce trees!)


Thanks Theresa for 
Good Fences
It makes for a happy day for me!
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Until next time,
Love, Lynne


Saturday, March 21, 2015

Saturday's Critters . . .


 We have seen many Goldfinch at our thistle feeders this winter . . .

The Redpoles and Purple Finches must have found a new place for food.
We have not seen them at our feeders for the past two years.

 
 When they are around for a visit they flock in in droves
and feed heartily for days.
 
Linking up today with Eileen and
 
Join In
Saturday is Critter Day
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Love, Lynne