Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! I hope the day surrounded you with family, friends and festivities! 🙂 Instead of cooking, we celebrated at Mulligan’s Beach House, where I kept an eye out for all things green, the topic of this week’s photo challenge.
In the gallery that follows, you’ll see:
- kitschy blue-green bench
- green roof
- green ocean
- green tropical plants seen through my shadow
- people who feel green from eating too much
- green transportation to work off the “too much”
Until next time…..
🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
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Beautiful pictures. The first one is really beautiful. Happy thanksgiving to you.
Thanks my friend! 🙂
What a relaxing way to spend the day!
It was! In my entire life this was only the second Thanksgiving I ever had at a restaurant! Both my sons started brand new jobs in the last 2 weeks so couldn’t make the trip, and for just two of us, it hardly seemed worth all the cooking this holiday entails. 🙂 I still did a fair amount of sweets baking, though! 😉
Being so far away from family now, Thanksgiving finds us in a DC restaurant. And I have to admit, the food is wonderful and so is not having to clean up after dinner! 🙂 Of course, our view wasn’t anything like yours!
I just said the same thing in a comment above: waayyyy too much cooking involved if only 2 people are eating it!. When we got home, we made coffee and did crossword puzzles and relished NOT having to clean up. 🙂
wicked good, relaxing day.
What a beautiful place to spend the holiday. Great choices for this weeks theme. Thanks for sharing 🙂
🙂 Thank you…I really appreciate it.
Hi there – belated happy Thanksgiving, and lovely to see some of your photos again, and I’m very envious of your tropical vistas now that winter is settling in on us in this part of the world! Your pix make me think of holidays! Lovely.
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I’m chuckling…..at first glance, I misread your moniker as WIFE over the edge! hahahahaha..putting on my glasses, I see the word is WRITE! 🙂 Egads!
Thank you for your nice comments: I often say that living here (after an entire life up north) is like being on permanent vacation!
Thanks too for telling me about your contest! will do my best to check out your blog.
Photos, art for our ages!
Funny you should say that because my favorite type of painting/art is photo-realism!
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Looks like perfection!
Thank you,very nice photos.on the Ocean.
….and Thank you.
BTW, I visited your blog a few days ago and totally enjoyed your pics! The Alaskan/Canadian coastline fascinates me; so much rugged beauty. Are you currently at sea?
Hi,Karen Thank you for email and thank you for asking me currently at sea. Not now, I am preparing for next year in 2013 May from Port Townsend,Washington. But will be not this boat. I am hit a reef on June 23 of 2012 in the Aleutian islands. I hope soon donate San Juan 24-foot sailboat. People trying to look for me in all harbors of Washington. I have a time untill May of 2013. Probably you read it my route plan on my blog. Keep in touch Karen RIMAS MELESHYUS
Happy Belated Thanksgiving to you. 🙂
We had a nice day….typically we don’t go to a restaurant for thanksgiving: this year it was just us though, so we opted to be waited on! 🙂
Gorgeous photos…. “Green fingers are the extension of a verdant heart.” Russell Page
I love that quote, and it’s one I’d never read before! Thank you, Elizabeth. 🙂