Flower Of The Day

Flower of the Day – May 21, 2018 – A Surprise In My Forest

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Aren’t these little daisy-like flowers pretty?  I found them blooming near the edge of my forest.  I think they are actually weeds.  But who cares?  They are all over and I love them.

Wanda

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Share Your World – May 21, 2018

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Here are the questions and my answers for May, 21, 2018.
What household chore do you absolutely enjoy doing?

I have always loved spring cleaning.  You know the rip everything apart type of cleaning.  It always makes me feel good after my house has been given the spring treatment.  As for the day to day stuff in the house, that’s just work for me.  

Create a sentence with the words “neon green” and train”.

My grandson Andrew has always like neon green just like his mama, and they have always loved trains. 

Other than your cell phone what can you always be found with?

I rarely go anywhere without my camera.  I have learned that the best photo ops happen when I don’t have it with me.  

What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.

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This past Friday, I attended my grandsons’ school play.  Aidan was unable to perform in the play due to his missing dress rehearsal.  He was stationed at the door to welcome visiting parents and families. 

His older brother Andrew was in the play.  That is him with the mass of red curls in the above picture.  This particular part of the play was acting out a poem about taking out the trash.  It was really cute.  

The entire production was the recitation of poems with acting out the scenes.  I was so proud of Andrew.  I smiled the whole time.  🙂

Wanda

If you would like to join us in Cee’s Share Your World, take a hop over here for your questions.  

It’s My Story

Daily Prompt:  Awkward

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“I smile because you’re my Daughter, then I laugh because there’s nothing you can do about it!”  Unknown

Have you ever had one of those awkward moments when someone says something and you have to hold your breath for the explosion to happen?   Here’s an example of what I mean.  

I was with my daughter and her family on Friday.  We had gone to see the play my grandsons were in at their school.  Following the play, which was really cute by the way, we all went out to lunch.  

We are sitting at the table when our waitress asked my daughter if she and I were sisters.  Now, I don’t think that we look the same age, but apparently either she is looking older or I am looking younger.  I prefer to think the latter.  

I held my breath until I was sure my daughter was not going to blow up at the waitress.  Thankfully she has a great sense of humor and just shrugged it off.  However, for a second or two it was a little tense at our table.  

The thing is, just the week before at my granddaughter’s dance competition the same thing happened to us.  So clearly me losing weight, wearing makeup again,  and dressing like I belong in this century has made me look younger.  That’s my story and I am sticking to it.  🙂

Wanda

TIME TO VOTE for the 2018-2019 One Liner Wednesday Badge!

Don’t forget to vote for your favorite logo.

The time has come! All the entries–all nine of them!–for this year’s One-Liner Wednesday badge contest are in. The designs are fantastic, so make sure you have a look at all of them before you vote. It’s going to be another close race this year.

Please note the descriptions I’ve given them: they’ll be what you vote for on the poll. Here they are, in the order they entered the contest. Just click to visit each one:

Shoreline by Frank Hubeny

Don’t say no by Jim Adams

Bird on a Post by Bethany K

Connection by Wire by J-Dub

Take My Card by John Holton

Giraffes by Myrna

Blue Sky and Clouds by Hip to be Snark

The Waving Girl by Melissa

Peace, Love, and Please by Cheryl

I encourage the contestants and all their supporters to share their choices for best badge far and wide. Get all your friends…

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