SEASONS – BEGIN THE FOURTH WEEK OF AUGUST

19 thoughts on “SEASONS – BEGIN THE FOURTH WEEK OF AUGUST”

  1. Our school year starts in January and ends in December in South Africa… We love bell peppers… And they are also part of almost all our meals… My girls love them!

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  2. Delicious bell peppers, I very like them… and a great steam lok.
    We have narrow gauge steam trains here in our area, will show them in on of my next posts.
    I’m still in a blog break, my linked post isn’t very fresh today…
    Have a nice new week 🙂

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  3. Hello, it is hard to believe school has started back already. Summer flew by! Pretty flowers and berries. The peppers look delicious. Thanks for hosting!

    Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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  4. So many errands and busy work for me last week. I missed every parade and festival I aimed for this week, waaahhh, but spending lots of time in the pool. Those peppers look so delish. From your description Sacramento sounds like the place for me. I’d love a ride on that train, I see so many go by every day.

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  5. Looking forward to your surprise! I was away last week–still catching up this week. Those peppers look delicious–I love grilling them in summer.

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  6. There is also a wonderful train museum in Sacramento. We really liked that town when we visited; it is interesting that the Capital is so small comparatively, but it is big enough! I love bell peppers and they are beautiful to look at.

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  7. Hello Jesh, Love photos of your town. We too love peppers and I use them often. The photo is very colorful and I always buy all three colors. We grew our green peppers this year and I can hardly make use of all of them. I give them away to neighbors.

    Love the train and taking a ride on it would be so much fun. I like the photo f the train very much.
    Thank you for joining in the fun with Blue Monday.
    xo,
    Jeanne

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