Friday Randoms



I am think these are Sweet Peas....am I right?  Anyhow, they are still blooming here in Kentucky with our warm weather.  


Our planet is made up of so many wonderful types of people and this video shows an expert level of communication.  


This artist turned an old house, and three vacant lots, into a bit of urban farming.  Wouldn't life be wonderful if more people could do this?  


This is one seriously, patient dog.  


Just in case I am ever on Dancing with the Stars.....this is my song.  Just wanted to put that out there.....


Have a great weekend!  


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Comments

  1. My first thought on the flower was 'bleeding heart". but you may be right. Pretty regardless. The neighborhood garden is fantastic and such a gift to everyone nearby. Have a lovely weekend, Michelle.

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  2. oh i love sweetpeas! that dog and squirrel were adorable...the story of the artist is so inspirational...we need more people like her! thanks for playing along and have a great weekend!

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  3. I thought that might be Hyacinth beans....they have flowers similar to sweetpeas...if it is the hyacinth beans, it will have dark purple beans...I think I have posted pics on both my blogs, but know for sure on Pics & Pieces.

    Thanks for the flashback with that song!

    But most of all thank you for that video of the artist...I so loved that.

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  4. I had seen the video of the deaf communication before but what I can't figure out is if it is a real person a starbucks or a camera that connect an interpreter able to communicate. Either way it is wonderful as deaf are blocked out of many things we hearing take for granted. Loved the story of the urban farm! Now really I would never pick that as your favorite song...you sure surprised me.

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  5. The artist has a fearless heart, moving to Detroit and living alone (I assume) there. I love what she has done, though! And that video...oh the 70s!!! :-)

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  6. my mom has them growing in her yard thx 2 a friend & her seeds, they have 2 b planted every yr though. ( ;

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  7. They do look like them! November??? Oh goodness. Mum was saying that she had roses budding in her garden!

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  8. Yes I agree, looks like Sweetpea's. Blessings Francine.

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  9. Not sure the do look like sweet peas but they are not the same to the ones we have here.
    Merle..........

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  10. They look similar to sweet peas but the stems are different. Sweet peas have green stems and lots of little curly tendrils for gripping trellises. Those sure are pretty, though!

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  11. I think Sweet Peas and some other plants are finding this weather confusing.
    No complaints from me . . .

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  12. There not sweet peas! The vine is very thin and light green on sweet peas! Whatever it is it's beautiful!

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  13. Look like Sweet Peas, very pretty. That song was enjoyable. I remember it.

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  14. I really enjoyed watching the video about the woman who started the community garden.. what an inspiration! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  15. I love your Friday collections. Watched a ton of squirrel videos and loved the community garden story!

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  16. I say the flowers are hyacinth beans. ;) Lucky you that they are still flowering! I love it when people garden like that in the city!

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  17. happy indian summer. love the urban rejuvenation/garden project.

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