Friday, June 3, 2016

Friday Randoms


The Lady of the Yard certainly has her hands full at the moment.  


I am looking forward to this book coming out in September.  I enjoy a good series.  Anyone out there have one they could recommend for the summer?  Anyone.......


I made this fresh, summer salad this week and ate it all by myself.  Delicious, every single bite.  


It is fun to manipulative photos and create works of art.  These will delight you and make you think.


  Sending you off with some John Cougar.  Have a great weekend!  


Linking up with Amy and Tanya!







32 comments:

  1. Great image and links, thanks for sharing. Greetings!

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  2. well, at least you can't tell if the Lady of the Yard is clothed or not! hehe

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    1. Latane, she does have some strategically placed clothing :)

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  3. your flowers are gorgeous! i've been having basically the same salad as you but bigger, i've been adding romaine, grilled chicken, black olives, red onions and greek dressing to your cucumbers, tomatoes and feta...lunch all week, my favorite! the pictures were amazing...i am reading a series by karen white ...i think there are 4 in the series and i am on #3 "the strangers on montagu street" takes place in charleston, weaves history and current...i love her books! thanks for linking michelle and have a great weekend!

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  4. I agree with Tanya about the Karen White series... It's called The House on Tradd Street and it is excellent. I read them all last summer.
    Would also recommend the Lev Grossman Magicians series. Very much a Harry Potter for adults. I just finished the second one.

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    1. Lisa, I am going to look up the Magicians series. I read the Karen White series a few years ago and loved it.

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  5. Love the look of the salad, a great link.

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  6. Oh my word, those photos were totally stunning, I shall be sharing those with the family tonight, really amazing, thanks for sharing Michelle x

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  7. Love your Garden Lady statue! And your flowers! The book looks like a fun series!

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  8. thats a beautiful plant and the perfect color!! a great salad for me just minus the olives!!!

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  9. That salad looks great, prefect for the warmer weather that's come our way recently.

    Have a great weekend. Thanks for sharing

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  10. Those images ... wow! I pinned the salad ... I love feta ... looks and sound delicious. The petunias the lady is caring for are gorgeous. Have a great week!

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  11. happy growing season, lady of the yard...

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  12. OH.. pretty new header! Love it. That book looks good.. let us know when it's out. I read a good book recommended by my blog friend Meredith.. "Saving CeeCee Honeycutt" by Beth Hoffman. It's set in the south and was a good read. Have a great weekend and a fun summer off! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  13. Your lady is definitely busy with all of those beautiful flowers, but gosh, what a lovely sight! Hope that you enjoy your book! Thank you for your support of Five On Friday, I so appreciate it!!! Have a great weekend! xx

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  14. Love the lady of the yard. Just perfect.

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  15. Wow !!!! Petunia lady is pretty..love John Cougar, thanks Michelle.Blessings Francine.

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  16. I love your garden lady and her flowers! That photo art is soooo cool!

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  17. Those petunias are beautiful! Have you read Louise Penney's books? Or Jan Karon?
    Have a great weekend!

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  18. Lots of flowers in her life very sweet smelling.
    Merle..................

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  19. Hello, the flowers are lovely. The salad looks delicious, perfect for a hot summer day. Happy weekend!

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  20. Love your lady, we have one similar that we brought with us from California.

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  21. So very pretty and I did hop on over to take a peek at the book-I can see why you are interested.
    Wondering if you would like My Grandmother asked me to tell you she's sorry?
    You may have already read it.
    Enjoy your weekend,
    jemma

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  22. Love your Lady of the Yard . . .
    Now then . . . a summer reading series might be fun . . .
    Let us know what you decide. . .

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  23. The lady looks like she has a dress of flowers! Lovely.

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  24. Great post. Your flowers are pretty. She's doing a great job! That book sounds good. I'd like to read it. Check out my book blog for some ideas. If you like Historical/Mystery The Captains Takes a Wife was a good read. I reviewed. Come over and check it out!
    Have a good Sunday.

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  25. The salad looks great! As does your lady!

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