Thoughtful Thursday


Lily pads growing in a very large sugar kettle in NOLA.  

Yes, I know what it means to miss New Orleans.....

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  1. I love lily pads and New Orleans. Perfect combination :)

    Laura

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  2. Looks so summery and warm. (Yesterday, it snowed here for a few minutes.)

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  3. Ahhhh, looks so great, Blessings Francine.

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  4. There is no other place in the USA like NOLA for sure. Love the lily pad...very southern!

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  5. Great angle! I love New Orleans, too!

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  6. I have no idea what that means but I LOVE the photo:) B

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  7. Hi Michelle, NOLA is special and unique, just as your photo. Very nice! John

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  8. you have some awesome pictures! we don't have much of those here...but 'water lettuce' instead...which is similar but these are awesome...would love to try to float something on them with the kids!

    xo + blessings,
    Anne Marie

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  9. Once again a beautiful photo for a Thursday morning.Thank you!

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  10. So... were you in the water for that shot?

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  11. I love those lily pads...they remind me of the ones we had until our nighttime masked bandits shredded them to get to our fish. xo

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  12. very pretty! I've never been to nola...one day maybe!Have a wonderful weekend!

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  13. Beautiful and enchanting. :)

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  14. I'm so glad you were able to go -- maybe a winter home in NOLA some day? :)

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  15. I love Lilly pads - although I've never seen them growing in a kettle like that. Nice catch!

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  16. great photo of the lily pads...These things always have intrigued me.

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  17. The best food I've ever eaten was in New Orleans! I'd love to go back one day.

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