Oh dear, with a photo a day, it's much more difficult to catch up... ;) But at least TGIF and I managed to check some beautiful pictures here. Love the cows!Have a great weekend (also at AraratDP)... ;)Gil
Not living around palm trees, my first impression was "what a big palm tree with a lovely house in the background". It looks like a cozy place to live. Home should always be near and dear to our hearts. Greetings from Portland, Oregon, USA
All that matters is you like. Have great weekend.
LOVE this ordinary street and this ordinary day! Lol!Have a great weekend!
You said it, Gil!I'm churning them out here!Much more sedate pace over at Freefalling.
NWGAL - I'm only a newcomer to these parts.I've been hanging around here on and off for about a year. But it has been wonderful - very freeing.I'm not exactly sure why we have palm trees here - it certainly isn't tropical!KEN - YEAH! That's what I say!SONIA - We are very lucky just to be ordinary. Some people kill just to have ordinary.
Lucky some moron has not come past and de-headed the agapanyhuses. That happened to me this year. Grrrrr.
Sure, I agree with you, I am also very lucky to be an ordinary and common people. PS: Sorry my weak English, sometimes I couldn't express well what I want to say...
SALLY - my husband used to be one of those morons (not recently but as a child).He calls them the cricket bat flowers coz they used to whack them with their cricket bats! Vandal!
Sonia - no, no, no - your English is fine.I knew exactly what you meant.I was agreeing with you!
Thank you so much Letitia!