Friday, July 31, 2015

Friday Randoms



Today I present to you a swirly colored Hydrangea.  I think it is quite lovely.  


This stunning, historic home is for sale here in central Kentucky.  If it were in my budget, I would snatch it up in a heartbeat.  


If you need to change up your daily vocabulary, here is a lesson from our friends across the pond.   


I know some of you have been whipping your hair and working on your rendition of the Nae Nae.  However, these girls might have you beat.  


Sending you off with some Post Modern Jukebox.  A little Miche Barton should start your weekend off just right.  



23 comments:

  1. I want that home! I have never seen a place more perfect for me!

    I watch enough British shows to actually know what a lot of those words mean...

    the hydrangea is beautiful!

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  2. Hydrangeas are in my top three favorite flowers. That house....yes, please!

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  3. Les hortensias, sont des plantes généreuses. Bien installés dans un sol qui leur convient, ils ont une floraison absolument surprenante. Ta magnifique photo nous montre un sujet en pleine maturité dont la couleur est superbe. Il est intéressant, aussi, de suivre l'évolution de la couleur, lorsque la fleur vieillit. L'hortensia est une plante à surprises avec sa capacité d'inventer des couleurs qui n'ont qu'un but, nous charmer. Cultivons et aimons les hortensias.
    Bel été à toi chère Michelle.
    Amitiés.

    Roger

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  4. The flower is beautiful. The home is beautiful. And those are some 'hair whipping' girls for sure! Happy weekend.

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  5. The colors are radiant for sure on the flowers.

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  6. I envy that big bloom! Mine won't give me one flower. :(

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  7. Your hydrangea is beautiful! The British vocabulary link is funny. Great post, enjoy your weekend!

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  8. How special to have both pink and lilac in the one hydrangea ... that's pretty & very special!
    Have a lovely, joyful & relaxed weekend, Michelle :)

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  9. The hydrangea is so very beautiful. Lovely colours. And the house ..... so much history..... so very much to like.

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  10. Love the colourful Hydrangea.

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  11. Your flowers are always so lovely.

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  12. I'm a bit jealous of your hydrangeas! We can't get them to do well here.
    That house also has me drooling...
    I really like that version of the song!

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  13. Love your two-tone tie-dye flower! We got home last night and the flowers here are all doing well due to our DIL.. and she organized my craft studio! Wow! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  14. Your hydrangea is beautiful but even more I like the house in Harrodsburg. It's not too far from where my daughter lives. Beautiful country there in Kentucky.

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  15. I have some growing I'm looking forward to the flowers.
    Merle............

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  16. That historical home is just lovely!!! I want.
    The vocabulary lesson is hysterical. I've now got some new words in my arsenal.
    The nae nae kinda gives me a headache; so funny. The hydrangea's are fantastic!

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  17. It is a lovely home but not for me. I do love all the quilts used round about, though.

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  18. Love the flower and the house, now I am going for the lesson...

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  19. I like the home but fear it's out of my price range. ;))

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  20. They are a gorgeous flower. I'm learning the British vocabulary here in New Zealand!

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