Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Morning, Noon and Night

Morning, noon and night...three little peeks into my day yesterday.

Morning, 10:30am

Noon, 1:30pm

Night, 5:30pm

***If you would like to play along leave your link in the comments section so I can stop by and visit.***

29 comments:

  1. Oh I love this Kim! Awaiting my new camera's arrival, then I would love to join in xx

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    1. Awe, thanks Elisa. Would love to have you play along :)

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  2. Love these...I keep meaning to join in! Maybe I'll remember next week. ;)

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    1. Thanks, and yes, would be lovely to have you join in :)

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  3. Fairy homes!!! Did you see one? :)

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    1. We didn't, but it looked like a well used home :)

      Thanks for playing along Tracey.

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  4. Looks like a full and beautiful day. Was there someone living in that tree? Looks like a nice gnome home. I love the stone work on your wood burner's hearth, but it seems that someone put a railroad through your home! I hope the train whistle does not keep you up at night ;) and your dinner... I could trade up for that. Bear has us on a salad only diet right now. Be well.

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    1. Always :) We think there was, but the jury is still out on who. Yes, the train was running right through the living area, but has to be cleaned up. You see the dog sleeps in front of the fire place :) xo

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    2. PS Thanks for playing along today :)

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  5. I wonder what they see in the base of the tree? We have lots of thomas the tank tracks here from when he was little :)

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    1. We had some good guesses, but still haven't nailed it down. We might have to go back a look again :)

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  6. Elves... Or is it Pooh Bear? So cute. Visiting via Tracey's link. :)

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    1. Not sure, we are still trying to figure it out :) Thanks for stopping by.

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  7. Lovely, Kim!
    Kinda makes me wish we had saved our Thomas track. We passed it (a lot of it & all the trains) on to another family where it is getting much use but ... oh, the memories!

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    1. Thanks Dawn. It is something that goes in spurts here, sometimes it gets used a lot, other times not so much. I have to admit I like setting it up and playing along with him :)

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  8. My boys had that same train track and played with it over and over again. They loved it. I am keeping it for the grandkids! Your meal looks beautiful. xxoo

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    1. I have a feeling this one will be kept for future grandkids as well :) Thank you, it was delicious.

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  9. Holy Moly that dinner looks yummy! :)

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  10. Your dinner does look delicious! A fun, full and beautiful day! :)

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  11. Great photos Kim, l love the clarity of them...they seem so crisp.
    I tagged along this week for the first time :) It was fun to look back on different parts of my day, a great prompt Kim.
    http://www.goodnorthcoastlife.blogspot.com.au/2014/04/morning-noon-and-night-sunday-6-march_7.html

    PS - dinner looks good at your place!

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    1. Thanks Chrisy. You are welcome to come for dinner anytime :)

      Thanks for playing along.

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    2. :) Who knows, l might just take you up on that offer one day!

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  12. oh, the sight of the train tracks! very familiar! lovely glimpses, thanks for sharing!

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    1. Those train tracks get around, eh? Thank you!

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  13. I am really enjoying this series Kim. :) And that last photo had me drooling and also scheming. I think we need to make some of our own, they look so delicious!

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    1. Thanks Sara, you should join in sometime. It was a delicious meal, plan a trip and I will make it for you guys :)

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