Monday May 30, 2011

Continuing with Seedsowers’ color posts~ today’s theme is  raiNboW or primary colors.


Ever wonder what’s at the end of the rainbow?  Yup, it’s a dairy.

Happy Monday!  ~ April

26 thoughts on “Monday May 30, 2011

  1. Iloveaholiday

    These are all so great. I love the clothes on the line and the rainbows.  What would our life be like without Lego’s or building blocks? I’ve stepped on them for years!  LOL  Enjoyed this very much!!

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  2. H0LDfast

    i’m liking these posts. the wildflowers are my favorite from this set.
    every laundry basket is still full …. but we are getting the it’s-a-holiday-we-don’t-want-to-work-all-day feeling so i think we’re about done : )

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  3. inanorchard

    @windupherskirt - That’s one of my all time favorites too!

    @seedsower - Thanks Beth.  Lots of good color posts put up today.  Tomorrow should be fun too!

    @buddly47 - Thanks so much and thank you for stopping in :)

    @Tymedancer_is_Grannyinboxers - Thanks   I’m a little partial to those kiddos myself ;)

    @sailing5 - This was a fun post to do, I enjoyed trying to find my most colorful pictures.

    @TexasTidbits - I do too.  It’s not real structurally sound but I think it’s got good aesthetics.

    @H0LDfast - Yes I know that feeling well!  We miss you guys.  Felt a little strange eating alone ;)

    @MartinTreehouse - I’ve been looking around at all the different color posts and they are all so much fun to looks at!  Thanks for the kind comment :)

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  4. inanorchard

    @Iloveaholiday - Yes indeed!  What would my life be like without legos? :)   I certainly have a love/hate relationship with them!  That reminds my of the time I told my youngest son, “I’m so tired of stepping on these legos!”.  To which he earnestly replied, “You don’t have to step on them mom.”   Thanks so much for coming by and leaving such a nice comment!  Enjoy your holiday :)

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  5. Iloveaholiday

    @inanorchard - LOL I know all about the love/hate thing! I have one son~he’s 31~he still “plays” with Legos and is not ashamed to tell anyone!!  He took most of them when he moved to WA State but I still have some here. I’ll keep them for my future Grandchildren, when/if I ever have any. We have had a great day and I hope you and your family did as well.

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  6. jamekablue

    I do love these! A kid with a hose. oh yeah. :) and those pastels. so pretty. your son’s blue eyes, and your daughter, a precious little doll.

    i have floss in an organizer. never thought to photograph it. ha ha ha. it works! you and Beth give me wonderful ideas and make my photographs better. thank you!

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  7. lifeisadance

    I am SO enjoying these color themed posts! So very creative, and I love to see a glimpse of your world through them! The shot of the orange chair and your gorgeous daughter is SO beautiful!!

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  8. bethro78

    Should’ve known it was a dairy at the end of the rainbow! My favorite childhood house was my Grandparent’s house, on a dairy farm. Maybe this means dairy farms are magical. ha.

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  9. appalolly

    The kids and we (us? talking about Jeremy and I…I sit here and can’t figure out how to properly write it?)  OK. Start over. The other days, we had a long discussion with the kids about what is at the end of the rainbow and if it would even be possible to ever find the end of the rainbow. Now I know what to do…just look for the nearest dairy farm!   If you don’t know where it is, just step outside and smell!

    Loved the flower picture! Also, all the neat rows of thread. The orderliness of that made me kinda happy! Is that weird?

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  10. Elizabethmarie_1

    I have been catching up on everyone’s blogs today. I just went through all of your color posts…what FUN! 

    I loved seeing all of your photos. You have such cute kids.
    I really like the red brick building in your Red post, and the pink little girly cooking…so cute.

    Hope you’re having a great Tuesday. =)

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