Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Morning, Noon and Night

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

Morning, 10am

Noon, 2pm

Night, 6:30pm

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

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I will be away from this space for a few days. In my absence, I have asked a few of my Canadian blog friends to stop in and share a few of their thoughts with you about summer. I will be back here on Friday. Enjoy the rest of your week.

24 comments:

  1. It looks like a really fun day! Is that insect bingo?

    A peek into our day:
    http://throughourgardengate.blogspot.com/2014/06/morning-noon-night.html

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    1. It was a great day, and yes, that is bug bingo. So much fun!

      Thanks for playing along.

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  2. Love the weaving! My girls would so enjoy that! I'm thinking we may have to make that happen this week! xo

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  3. What do you do with your chive flowers? I have lots of them. Enjoy your time away, hope it is for good things!

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    1. Thanks Michelle, we had a great time. Those are red clover flowers, not chive flowers. I use the red clover for tea, dry them first and then store, ready for use when needed. Chive flowers can be used though to make vinegar that can then be used for salad dressings. I have not tried it yet, but hope to one day.

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  4. What fun! I'm struggling to get more outdoor time in (it's hot here in Texas and I am not a fan.) I foresee lots of popcicles and swimming. ;-)
    http://momentsofpeacemama.wordpress.com/2014/06/24/morning-noon-night-last-monday/

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    1. Thanks! It was a great day. Popsicles and swimming are good :)

      Thanks for playing along.

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  5. A lovely day. I love clover. It has so many uses. Why do people call it a weed? ANd tyhat might just be the biggest God's Eye I've ever seen. Have a blessed week.

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    1. Thanks. I have no idea, so many weeds are beneficial for us. Not quite a God's eye, it was weaving, instead of wrapping. They are meant to be suns :)

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  6. Beautiful day Kim and I hope where ever you are off to it's just a beautiful! Have fun.

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    1. Thanks Tracey, we had the most wonderful time. Will share more on the blog soon :)

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  7. we''ll miss you! have a fun break.
    xo

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  8. What fun making a huge god's eye or more like a sundial! Have a lovely break!

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    1. You guessed right KC, it was a weaving of the sun. Perfect craft for our first week of summer :)

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  9. Looks like a fantastic day! Enjoy your time away. xo

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  10. That looks a wonderful weaving for this time of year, hope we get to see it finished in all its glory some time.

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  11. I love these... Maybe I'll finally remember to join in next week! ;)

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    1. Thank you, and yes, please do play along, it would be lovely to see three little peeks into your day :)

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