SEASONS – SEPTEMBER MOVING ON … but not forget

 

 

 

SeasonsWidgetBlog2_4269 copy       Hello SEASONS  Bloggers
Link is open Sunday September 11 – Wednesday Sept 14

It was 15 years ago on September 11 that many lives were cut short in America, and loved ones were not able to say goodbye. A day to never forget, but also a day to move on, to see all the beautiful and good we still have.

Thank you for all your delightful, endearing, beautiful and smart posts last week. Had a great time visiting you all!

To the faithful ones, if you wonder if the opening times of the link list has changed …no, not on my part, but for the past few weeks, the times keep springing back to when most( ?) are displaying the meme/challenge, and haven’t had time to check back with the owner if there’s a solution for this.

The sky of experiences of the season are the limit! If you are new, remember the 2 rules: one photo link per blog, and for the owners of another meme/challenge, please use another pic than for your meme  … you all have FUN!

 

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Difficult to see eleven huge forest pine trees being cut (because infested with beetles, they died). At that moment not realizing that it is provision of heat for the winter! Something good  – heat for the winter – coming out of what was diseased.

 

 

 

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Like the rainbow is a reminder of the rain, but at the same time, these colors are gradients of light. A powerful sign of life and hope.

 

 

 

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For every problem – deer eating roses and leaves – is a solution!
We grow the roses 6 feet high, on the “roof”  of the gazebo:)

 

Photo link list will open on Sunday –
Your Turn to share your experience

 

 

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18 thoughts on “SEASONS – SEPTEMBER MOVING ON … but not forget

  1. The pine beetle has destroyed many trees in Colorado. I heard a very cold winter helps to destroy the beetle larva so I’m hoping it will be on the decline in our state. A rainbow is always a wonderful sight to see, and our roses look gorgeous!

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  2. It’s always good not to waste anything in this world. I just hate it when disease takes majestic, old trees. Very clever to put the roses up high! I never would have thought of that! Your rainbow is just awesome.

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  3. Lovely photos! ❤ I've found you through a linky partry, but I don't remember wich one. I love to meet other bloggers and read about the things that they are sharing. 😉

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