Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Randomness...

Hey everyone! I saw this little stray flower growing near the creek as I took a walk this morning.
Here's hoping we all bloom where we're planted.
This post has been edited to omit whininess, ugh.
Have a happy day:@)

31 comments:

  1. :O That's quite a lot to ponder at this early hour. Let me get some caffeine in my system....be right back.....

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  2. Yes, 10 a.m. is too early to be thinking all these thoughts! My goodness! I'm still trying to figure out if I have so much to do I need coffee from the french press or not.

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  3. So many questions...so few answers. Have a wonderful day.

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  4. I can think of one thing good hiumidity does. It does not dry your skin therefore minimizing wrinkles. Beautiful flower, Lynn!...Christine

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  5. Joe likes to grill steak and I like to grill vegetables. I like to think difficult people in my life are there for me to maybe help or exhibit some of God's grace to not that I do that all the time. Humidity makes me work with great speed while outside and makes me a tad more efficient.

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  6. That is such a beautiful little sunflower! :-)

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  7. sweet little image. sorry about the heat and humidity!

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  8. 1) Humidity seems useless to me
    2) My homeowners assoc. takes care of landscaping/snow removal. For me, that was a huge reason to buy here.
    4) Hamburgers/chicken tie for 1st place for me on favorite grilling meats

    Is anyone having a problem with their followers disappearing??

    Stay cool, Lynn. xo

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  9. In Oregon humidity turns many plant leaves gray with powdery mildew...other than that, it has no purpose!!! Yes, sometimes an HO does seem like the answer to easy living...but do I want to be that close to my neighbors? Is that answering a question with a question? Flowers can be very tough and they adapt to the situation given them! Thanks for stopping by to visit.

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  10. what's humidity? Favorite grilling meat..........fish or chicken.
    I've thought it might be easier living in a condo or apt. But don't like neighbors that close to me. I'll just keep mowing the yard during the summer and sweeping the snow off during the winter.

    Alice
    http://familycampingmemories.com/

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  11. i think the humidity is what kills my thought, thinking, acting and sense today....

    my oh my i wish it was a little cooler and a little less humid...

    So do our girls!
    Leontien

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  12. I love grilling just about anything. I'd rather cook outdoors than in!

    XO,
    Jane

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  13. I like it! Well said.
    Have a great tuesday.

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  14. Thoughts to ponder for sure. I like to grill fish the best...or a good filet once in a while!

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  15. Heavy stuff for so early in the week. Love the shot.

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  16. I LOVE finding lovely little flowers hiding in the weeds for just that reminder. THanks for a sweet smile today. :)

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  17. What a sweet sentiment! I wish you the same too, Lynne!
    Yvonne

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  18. just makes you SMILE !!!!


    kary and teddy
    xx

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  19. What an example you are to all your friends; walking,taking it all in and not spitting it all out! Hope it's a great day your way...;D

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  20. Howdy!

    What a pretty little flower. I've tried to bloom where I am planted, but the weeds keep pulling me down. Hahahaha.

    How's that for whiny?

    Have a great day, my friend!

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  21. What a perfect photo. It really is wonderful, as is the cake below. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  22. Love this post. If only everyone could take a lesson from this little flower, wouldn't it be great?

    Hugs, Jeanne

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  23. Beautiful! That would make my morning!

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  24. As a transplanted English rose living in rural Normandy I'm happy and thankful that I can bloom wherever I am!
    Happy Wednesday.
    Maggie

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  25. I love when I see a little "gift" like that where you would least expect it.

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  26. Yes!!! bloom were we are planted, just like the little black-eyed-susy, this wonder of nature, might just pop up anywhere.
    ~Jo
    LazyonLoblolly

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  27. Lovely post, Lynn. I hope you have a happy day too.

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