Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Morning, Noon and Night

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

 Morning, 10am

 Noon, 2pm

 Night, 7:30pm

***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 am excited to share a new project created by a friend of mine, Halina. If you have little ones 
underfoot all day you will love this. Stop by her lovely blog and check it out!

40 comments:

  1. i love LMM books, especially Anne of GG! Are you enjoying it with Reece too? (My little guy loves Farmer Boy by Laura Ingalls Wilder.) You day looks so calm and peaceful.

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    1. Me too! Yes, I am reading it to Reece, every night before bed, and he is loving it. We tried Little House on the Prairie last year, but he didn't love it as much as Anne of Green Gables. Maybe I will give Farmer Boy a go after this and see what he thinks of it. Thanks for the suggestion :)

      It was a lovely day, we were so happy to finally see the sunshine again.

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  2. Looks like a lovely, sunshine filled day. And I haven't read Anne for years, must dig it out again. So glad you and Reece are enjoying it together, one of life's bigger pleasures I think, to read books to your children that you both enjoy and look forward to.

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    1. It was, finally. The sun has been hiding on us this week, but finally made an appearance yesterday, with some warmer temperatures.

      I am the same, can't remember the last time I read it, and am so happy to be reading it with Reece. He is so excited about it, sometimes he grabs the book for a little afternoon reading session because he can't wait to see what happens next.

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  3. Looks like a beautiful day! I'm looking forward to being somewhere we can take better advantage of the sunshine - it's just too darn hot here!
    http://momentsofpeacemama.wordpress.com/2014/08/19/morning-noon-night-12/

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    1. It was indeed! Too hot, oh how I wish we could say that, it has been chilly here, although yesterday and today have been better.

      Thanks for playing along.

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  4. I laughed out loud when I saw your book, yesterday I pulled my copy of Anne from the shelf to begin reading
    It's nice to see your outdoor activities, we are under another heat wave so I am hiding inside.

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    1. That is too funny Tracey. Enjoy, we definitely are. So much fun reading it with my little man. Hope the heat subsides soon so you can get out there.

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  5. I love Anne of Green Gables! I haven't read it in a few years. I think it's time to dig out my old copy! I love the picture of the bridge. And what a wonderful project your friend has put together!!

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    1. I think too Jen, such a good read. We are enjoying it.

      It is wonderful, happy that you checked it out :)

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  6. I adore that book and have read it many times :) Oh to be Anne and have her window overlooking the tree and yard :)

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    1. I agree Karen, wouldn't that be wonderful. I told Reece today that Green Gables actually exists in PEI and he ask if we could go and visit one. Can't wait to take him there :)

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  7. Your day looks lovely Kim! Ah, summer! :)

    And thank you for sharing a link to my new e-Book!!! xx

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    1. Ah, summer is right, especially since the weather has been cooler than normal here, we are soaking up the sunshiny days as much as we can.

      You are welcome my friend. Happy to share good stuff put together by wonderful people. xo

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  8. I love your window covered box... that has been on my to-make list for years-- we just don't really have the space. I loved Anne of GG as a kiddo. Would be fun to read again. Are you reading it to Reece or on your own?

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    1. Thanks Taryn. We are trying our hand at some winter gardening this year, a little experiment I hope is successful.

      Yes, I am reading it to Reece, and he is loving it.

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  9. What a lovely day and what a classic! Can't wait to read it with our little miss. For now, she seems more content with shorter books, but next year, we should be ready. One she has shown interest in is The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett... :-)

    Hope the rest of your week is just as lovely!

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    1. Thanks Yanic. Reece has only just been able to sit for the chapter books. We tried Little House on the Prairie, and The Secret Garden last year, and he wasn't interested in either of them. I brought out Anne of Green Gables about ten days ago and he has been hooked. It is really wonderful to share it with him, and I am enjoying reading it aloud. xo

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  10. I was looking for Anne of Avonlea on Audible yesterday to listen to while on the treadmill! Something must be in the air with all of us needing a little bit of "Anne Girl" ... maybe it's the end of summer? I will work on my post for later... love this idea!

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    1. Yes, you know how Anne felt about the fall and in particular October :) It is the perfect time of year to be reading it.

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    1. Awesome, will stop by now and check it out. Thanks for playing along.

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  12. Lovely photos Kim. Your cold frame looks great. Love the photo of Reece on the bridge too. I've played along. My iPad won't let me get to the bottom of my post to link back to you. I'll do it later when I can get on the lap top. xxoo

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    1. Thank you Julie. I already popped over to your space, such a lovely day you had. Thanks for playing along. xo

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  13. What a nice cold frame. I am so interested to hear how it goes this winter. :)

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    1. Thanks KC. Fingers are crossed here, hoping it goes well.

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  14. looked like a wonderful day...it is so lush and green over there !!!

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    1. It was just lovely. And yes, with all the rain we have had, it is definitely lush around here.

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  15. Anne of green gables and Avonlea they are some of my favorite movies I can watch them over and over. Can you by chance give me the isbn # of that book I would love to find a copy for my niece. Thanks

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    1. You know, I saw the movies as a kid, and haven't watched them since. Will be fun to watch them with my little man one day.

      Here's the ISBN 978-1-85326-139-8 I picked up this copy last year at Chapters, it was $3. There were a few other classics there and I wish now I had picked them up.

      Hope your niece enjoys it.

      Quick question for you Beth, do you blog? I can't seem to connect to your blog if you do. Leave a link so I can visit you too :)

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    2. LOL I wished I did blog but I have never figured it out. I set up a google account but can't seem to get the blog going. I have a good friend who said she would help me get started if I can just find the time to get over to her house.

      Also they do have a cartoon of Anne of green gables that I used to watch with my son when he was a little guy. They are awesome also.
      Thanks for the isbn

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    3. Just found the book thanks!!:)

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    4. Well if you ever figure it out, let me know :) And thank you for stopping by my space so often.

      A cartoon, I had no idea. Thanks.

      And that is great, hope she enjoys it.

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  16. That looks like a great day! I love Anne of Green Gables. As books go it was right up there with Pollyanna and anything by Arthur Ransom for me as a kid.

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    1. It certainly was! Oh I had forgotten about Pollyanna, will have to find a copy of it. I think Reece would love it!

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  17. There's just so much green in the first two images !! Looks like Summer is still alive and well at your place :)
    I smiled a lot whilst reading through the comments above. We're unpacking books at the moment, and l just pulled out my entire Anne of Green Gables series! Something is definitely in the wind ;)

    Playing along too this week....
    http://www.goodnorthcoastlife.blogspot.com.au/2014/08/morning-noon-and-night-sunday-17-august.html

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    1. It is, although lately been a bit chilly, more like autumn than late summer. Fingers are crossed for some hot days ahead.

      That is too funny, Anne is enjoying a comeback these days :)

      Thanks for playing along. xo

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  18. These pictures are the spirit of summer. Long walks, gardening (is Reece making Mud :) and a book to tuck yourselves in at night. Such a nice quiet, beautiful day. I think ours need to slow down again. Be well!

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    1. We are trying to soak up the last little bits. Reece is washing the carrots he just harvested :)

      Slow living is what I consider the "good life".

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