ALL SEASONS -More .. (April-23)

 

   Sunday April 23 – Wednesday April 26, 2017

Hello Seasons Bloggers

Thank you much for your lovely flowers, interesting trips and stories and beautiful and stunning captures last week! You guys are my favorite bloggers!
How interesting some of you celebrated the past holidays, and we are not done yet! Aril 25, ANZAC day for Australia:) and …

 

 

The header was put up for Kings Day, but it was taken in April

Our son told he’s invited to 3, but going to one party on King’s Day, April 27 (King Alexander and Queen Maxima from the Netherlands) – There is always something special they do for the king, and most people try to  wear something orange (the royal house is the House of Orange) the children have fun and games instead of school, and the adults have parties everywhere!

 

 

ABOUT MORE …

Is less more, or is more less? A question like to be, or not to be? Before my mind goes around in circles, I hear my hubby say, “Everything is relevant…”  There is no end to this! So I come back to reality with the thought that more is nice, as long as it’s available:)

 

Next week: possible subject: (Around) the corner

 

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Always — more Bougainvillea, more color, more beauty ….

 

 

 

 

More  … variety

More teas or coffees I would welcome. Not that I need more tea … I have a special tea drawer. When my oldest daughter came to visit, and I named which teas she could choose from, she saw the drawer, and said to her hubby  “I want THAT!”

 

 

 

 

 

You want more?? … you already had twice!

What do you like “more” of?
I have a long list, as long as I balance it with “less,”  eh?

Your Turn !

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17 Comments Add yours

  1. kenschneider says:

    I like tea but especially that made from fresh Lemongrass which grows in our back yard. Well, as my post indicates, suddenly south Florida has MORE Wood Storks. Over the past 5-6 years they had practically abandoned the lower peninsula, but unexpectedly showed up this spring to breed not far from our home!

  2. I would look at MORE fields of poppies — any time you want to post them! — What a beautiful header photo.

  3. Klara S says:

    It must be cool, when you see people in the streets all wearing something orange for King’s Day. It’s a nice way to celebrate. I love orange, green and blue in the first picture! Thank you for hosting.

  4. Carol says:

    I do love bougainvillea – have you seen the white and pink ones?

    1. jesh stg says:

      I’ve seen the pink bougainvillea, but not the white (that I can remember) – the last one must be gorgeous too!

  5. I also love bougainvillea! I wish it would grow here. I also love tulips but the deer will eat them. Happily they don’t like daffodils or iris so I have those flowers growing in my garden. Your little granddaughter is adorable. I would like to see the orange Kings Day celebration!

  6. Mascha says:

    Marvellous Bougainvillea – I haven’t luck with them in pots, our climate is to cold and one evening I always forgot to put it in the house, sigh! – – –
    I like tea, all sorts and my absolute favorite is green tead with honey.
    Have a good new week

    I see, you have a promt for each week, that’s new, right?

  7. Autumnal says:

    We have a multicompartment tea chest and it’s always well stocked, Jess. One of my favourites is Oolong tea, which has a very fragrant but subtle character. On really wet and cold days I have strong blackcurrant tea with lots of warm milk.

  8. My Desktop says:

    I’ll trade you my yellow for your orange 😉
    Thanks for hosting!

  9. Your are as bad as I am with tea. I had to force myself from buying tea for a few months 🙂

    -Soma

  10. Mitzi says:

    Oh my….those orange flowers are amazing!

  11. Linja says:

    Love the Bougainvillea! I like the orange flowers too… quite a display!

  12. Lisa says:

    Lovely Bougainvillea! We used to have it in the garden but dug it up when the kids were little as it is so prickly! Looks very pretty though.

  13. bettyl - NZ says:

    Gorgeous flowers! I like an occasional cup of tea but I always miss ‘Constant Comment’ tea that I had in the states.

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