Friday, April 1, 2016

Friday Randoms



Secret Agent Farmer Man was away for a few days this week doing some business in Washington D.C.  He captured this shot of the Cherry Blossoms in their full glory.  


If 100 people lived on our planet, this is what it would look like.  


All I can say about this, is that I hope my own son sends me one.  The hilarity that would ensue!  


What happens when you are a sanitation worker for 33 years?  You collect a lot of stuff.  




Linking up with Tanya  
and
Nancy 

  



33 comments:

  1. Hello, Pretty shot of the Cherry blossoms. I enjoyed your randoms. The life-sized son would be interesting. We are trying to downsize and not have so much stuff. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  2. I enjoyed your five, two photographers in your family, :-), my hubby enjoyed the CSTD concert video :-). The cutout is hilarious, must be a fun family.

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  3. Beautiful photo of the Capital! Nice to visit again. Have a wonderful Friday.

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  4. What a pretty shot of the monument and blossoms. Seeing the world with 100 people on it, certainly puts things into perspective. My daughter is studying abroad in the fall....what fun! Have a lovely weekend!

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  5. Oh my gosh- the story about the cutout of son cracked me up! Thanks for the laugh today, Michelle, I desperately needed it.

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  6. and i was this close to running into secret agent farmer! we were there last weekend! love the cutout, made me laugh. a few years ago ashlyn was at an event in virginia beach for fccla. the theme was star wars and she was princess lea in a skit. they made life size cutouts of them all and we got to bring home her princess lea (she hated it lol) but while driving through virginia beach with the cutout in the car was oddly enough saw some "storm troopers" running around town and they weren't even with her group...just random people dressed as storm troopers lol...so we jumped out with princess lea and took a pic with them haha...i'll have to find it in my archives...we kept the cutout down in the basement because ozzy didn't like it either, he barking and growling at it...eventually princess lea lost her head and ended up in the trash :(

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  7. and thanks for linking! have a great weekend!

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  8. Link up should be working... so sorry for the inconvenience. Nancy

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  9. we will be there this weekend, a little late but i think they will still be pretty. a great five and a beautiful image!!!

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  10. The cherry blossoms are magnificent Michelle, pity you couldn't have gone as well. The cut out son was excellent, you could have so much fun with that.

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  11. I've always wanted to see the cherry blossoms in DC. Beautiful. Loved the links ... the faux Ross ... i'll be giggling all day and what adventure the faux boy had! Quite a collection of "stuff". Happy Friday!

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  12. Isn't it amazing that someone who has been around as long as Chris Stapleton is an "overnight success"? I saw one on The Voice the other night who is very similar....wow!

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  13. Nice shot your husband got! I enjoyed the 100 people thing. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  14. Reminds me of the days I spent in DC in spring... Gorgeous!

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  15. I love the 100 people on earth. Something tells me that the 1 person who has half the wealth isn't the same as the 1 person who is starving. xo Laura

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  16. You certainly made me smile - do you remember the "flat stanley" phase??? these cardboard cutouts are way better . . . imagine collecting so much treasure, wow! . . . i like the music behind the 100 people video - but, the NPR concert - now, THAT is awesome. Golly, Thanks.

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  17. Gorgeous cherry blossom photo.
    The 100 people on earth was interesting.
    Wow there was some great "junk" that guy collected.

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  18. Oh, that is a beautiful photo! Love the cherry blossoms and the Washington monument in the background!
    The video on if 100 people lived on the earth was interesting. I guess the only category I would be "underprivileged" in would be not having a cell phone. I've been putting it off for a while now--and just borrow a family member's phone when I really need one. One of these days soon I imagine I'll finally have to get one. :) Neat that the sanitation worker could find so many treasures in the trash!

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  19. I always love your Friday randoms. You might have outdone yourself today. When you get your cutout, I want to see what you do with it.

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  20. Great photo and thanks for the links.HappybApril,Francine.

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  21. These are really great! I especially enjoyed the cut out story! I love sense of humour. Have a great weekend!

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  22. Glad you shared it here, beautiful place secret agent man visiting.

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  23. Such a beautiful scene! Perfect time of year to be there! xx Karen

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  24. Lucky husband. I read someplace that the blossoms this year in D.C. were about the best ever...

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  25. Enjoyed your Friday Random and beautiful blooms in the image.

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  26. Njce shot of the cherry blossoms. I imagine they are gone now, blown off by the winds.

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  27. Lovely! I was in D.C. but drove to West Va. Saturday. All kinds of flowering trees are strutting their stuff!
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  28. The cherry blossoms are truly beautiful. No one would deny it. But it's time to replant with a native species!

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  29. A familiar sight, even though I skipped my usual annual hike around the Tidal Basin this year.

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