Friday, March 20, 2015

Weekend Reflections


A walk in the neighborhood ...

Andrea

8 comments:

  1. Great reflection for the day, Andrea! It does look cold!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!! Enjoy!!

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  2. What a nice reflection ! Still snow ? It's about time that spring moves in !

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  3. Fantastic reflection shot. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  4. How I would love to wander your neighbourhood with you.

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  5. What a fun reflection. Why don't I ever think to look in puddles? Nice photo. I thought your geometric images were quite fun, and I loved the first version of the feline art the best. We don't really have any puddles around here. There's still too much snow, and it is snowing more right now. We have been missing a lot of our birds these past couple of weeks, but today there were a few of them back on the hedge outside my window. It's so good to see them again.

    I tried to pick up a new bird feeder tube while we were shopping today, but they only had the real skinny tubes and a small gazebo type. I bought the gazebo type and it will have to do until I pick up another one. This one is not the easiest to fill.

    Instead of closing off the living room and leaving Pogo in the kitchen when we go food shopping, I now just cover the carpet with two of his fuzzy blankets and let him roam wherever. So far, it is working out pretty good. I'm glad because I don't like confining him to just one area.

    I know the calendar says that Spring has sprung, but it hasn't sprung in these parts. Although, I did see a speck of green close to the house, and hopefully it is a plant and the snow won't hurt it.

    Tonight I cooked a pork chop tenderloin for Pogo and he ate every little sniff of it. We were going to have bar-b-que chicken but there was none ready when we were at the market. Ah well, pork is nice too. Well, I think I'll wash up the dishes now and settle in to do a bit of crocheting.

    You and Izzi have a wonderful evening. Hugs, Edna B.

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  6. I like the look of your neighbourhood, at least this bit with trees and a lovely reflection in a puddle.

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