Friday, October 28, 2016

Friday Randoms



A bee doing one of the most important jobs in nature.  


This is why that IHOP omelette tastes so good.  And, you thought it was just because someone else made it.  


As a taphophile, I can say that Bonaventure cemetery certainly tops my list of great ones to visit, but New Orleans has a few that I have enjoyed as well.  


I have the dog, I would just need the sheep to participate in this centuries old practice.  Okay, I suppose I would have to move, as well. 


This classic song popped up on my Spotify Discover Weekly playlist.  
It's a great one.  


Linking up with Tanya today. 





21 comments:

  1. I learned a new word today.... taphophile - guess I am one also!!

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  2. "Taphophile" - that's a new one for me - I love hearing new words - now I need to use it in a sentence. Your photo of flowers is so pretty!

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  3. beautiful photo. pancake mix in eggs... hmmm...

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  4. My omelet secret is a splash of heavy cream and eggs in the blender. Pour into a pan with a knob of butter and cook over low heat. Heaven.

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  5. Now I know what to call myself. I like old cemeteries myself...
    creepy? yeah. but oh well.

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  6. To bee or not to bee? I've read about putting pancake mix in eggs to make an omelet. Must try that sometime. Nah, I'll just go to iHop!

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  7. Love your first shot Michelle, busy little bee! Can you believe I had a yummy omelette for dinner tonight, P's specialty 😊 Good heavens that is a lot of sheep, must be a wee bit of a mess to clean up afterwards 😊

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  8. Hmmm...next time I made pancakes and eggs, I'm going to try this!

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  9. Interesting tip for the omelets! I love old cemeteries. Here in WA state, they don't go back too far because this area wasn't settled until the late 1800's! I always go on Veteran's Day to put flowers on the grave of a forgotten soldier. xx Karen

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  10. I wonder if that is one of your very own bees? Enjoy your autumn! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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    1. Teresa, this is not one of my bees. I wish I had these flowers on my farm!!

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  11. Love the busy bee!!! Yum, will try this next time..Happy Friday,Francine.

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  12. how neat to see all the sheep in the streets.

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  13. Pretty flower and bee!
    I would never think to add that to an omelette.
    I know what a taphophile is and I'm one too!
    I love that first shot of all the sheep in the street.
    Good music!

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  14. A busy little bee, great capture.

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  15. Love the super shot of the bee on the flower

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  16. A taphophile! I thought I was just weird! Have a geat weekend.

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  17. Go bee, go! (Gorgeous photo) Taphophile ... I may be one, too. Who knew that about IHOPs omelets ... makes sense. LS ... blast from the past.... Happy Weekend!

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  18. So, how long did it take to center that bee? (Love Bonaventure, have been there twice . . . and how on earth do you find stuff like the sheep convention???)

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