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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Scenic Sunday - Today's Flowers - Mellow Yellow


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I don't know how they
manage sharing this small space
but somehow they do




Once again I share
photographs from my sister ...
Capitol Building

with yellow flowers
Olympia, Washington ...
one beautiful shot!



Cherry trees in bloom
near the Capitol building
lovely pink blossoms


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and for others participating in
Scenic Sunday
Today's Flowers
Mellow Yellow Monday


"Don't let yesterday use up too much of today."
Cherokee Indian Proverb
1. Although my sister continues to travel with her husband in their RV (and doesn't DO email), she does call regularly from the road and her husband has sent me a stack of DVDs with photos from their travels ... so I can 'see' where they've been after the fact. One of my good friends just left on an extended RV trip with her husband in their Montana 5th wheel and will 'hook up' with my sister and her husband in a week or two around Laramie or Cheyenne. I'm happy they'll be able to connect and since my friend DOES email, I should see photos in a more 'timely' manner for a month or two.

2. The US Open Tennis Championship begins tomorrow in New York so there will be TENNIS to watch for a couple of weeks before my Adult School classes begin again on the 9th of September. I'll be learning to use Power Point on Monday & Wednesday mornings and am hoping to learn to create some 'kewl' slide shows.

3. My Jury Duty has been postponed until mid-November when my Adult School class will meet in the EVENING rather than during the daytime.

4. Molly continues to look for her fur-friend Jenke, but hopefully will eventually find the Dalmatian puppy, Aloha, a fun playmate once she grows up.

5. I continue to enjoy swimming daily with my friend Susan in the lovely pool at the complex where she lives ... about 5 minutes from my home. It's great exercise and the weather has been wonderfully clear & sunny this past week.

6. Even though it's drier than dry in Southern California, my 'Just Joey' rose bush is in bloom ... it ALWAYS lifts my spirits and generates conversations with those who pass by ;--)

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Thought for Today
"Do you know the difference between education and experience? Education is when you read the fine print; experience is what you get when you don't." Pete Seeger

26 comments:

My World said...

wow! what a beautiful place, love the flowers in front of the capitol building..

i beati said...

I blog my blessings every day ..I so love that peach rose bush

~Visions~ said...

Lovely pictures. I have fond memories of visiting Washington, DC with my family.

ilanadavita said...

Lovely shots of the blossom in Washington.

Dimple said...

The rose looks wonderful! I can imagein the dryness there, I grew up in central CA. Thanks for sharing.

Carver said...

This was a great post. So many beautiful flowers.

Carletta said...

It would be nice to travel around and see the country but I would so miss my little world at home. :)
Lovely cherry blossoms.

PERBS said...

So many blessings! Ü Love yoru rose bush and jealous of your swimming pool at friends to share!

PERBS said...

So many blessings! Ü Love yoru rose bush and jealous of your swimming pool at friends to share!

JunieRose2005 said...

Oh! Love all you post but especially that Yellow rose bush!



Junie

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Good morning from Australia. You always offer fresh ingredients on your menu each time I visit your virtual dining table. There is fresh flowers, fresh pictures, fresh news.

Oh, do please enjoy your Power Point Class. That would be the most ultimate interesting internet activity you can ever share with us in the future. I just don't have much patience with that program because my room is not enough to tackle it.

Looking forward to your .pps soon!

George said...

I didn't realize that the capitol in Olympia was so beautiful. I really like the flowers and cherry trees. Your rose bush is definitely healthy.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

ST: The cherry blossoms where a wonderful capture for TF post.

Ebie said...

I love your peach rosebush! I have never been to Olympia and I would one day wish to own a small RV to travel like your sister. Hugs and blessings too!

Tammie Lee said...

wonderful and lovely images!
wishing you rain.
Spirithelpers

Arija said...

Loce the cherry blossom and roses.

Carla said...

What a fun post! Love your quotes. (and photos:)

Martha in PA said...

Lovely photos. I have "dreams" of packing up and RV and hitting the road with Tara. Schooling her along the way, and working when here and there to make ends meet. I think though that the economy does not make this a good time!


My MYM EPCOT

Mary said...

I love the touches of yellow in your photographs. I hope your day is filled with sunshine.

Euroangel said...

love all you photos and the post here..thanks for sharing those wonderful words..

Becca said...

I came for MYM but love the cherry blossoms so much I just have to comment on those :)

Sue said...

Great shots! I always wanted to go to DC to see the cherry blossoms. That would be fun traveling the country in an RV. Thanks for sharing.

ROSIDAH said...

Beautiful shots and great blessings! Have a wonderful week :)

sunnymama said...

The blossoms are lovely! :)

CyberCelt said...

When you are on the road, you stop along the way to see and photograph neat places and people. You spend a lot of time outside.

Usually I shoot about 25 pictures a day. Last trip, it was more like 100+ a day. When I got home, I had to decide what to do with them and how to post them to my blog.

Have a blessed week.

Pamela K H said...

As always, beautiful post! Glad you liked my MYM post. Thanks for taking the time. Hugs and blessings to you also.