Friday, November 27, 2009

feel good, friday photos



It has been a dark, damp and dreary week in the Northeast. As I scrolled through collages I have made, I found that this group of yellow flowers brightened my spirits and infused me with a bit of energy. Hope they accomplish the same for you.


In Canada we are not 'blessed' (from my point of view it might be more accurate to say cursed) with the ominous sounding Black Friday.  If any of you are out there fighting your way to find bargains I hope you find your way back to the 'safety' and comfort of home soon.  For everyone:  May you have a sunny, love-filled weekend.



 
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12 comments:

  1. working on having just that kida weekend. thanks for another bright spot in the day. have a great one yourself. smiles.

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  2. They certainly cast a sunny light here.

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  3. Thanks, Bonnine. I needed a little yellow, summer energy after yesterday! Avoiding Black Friday as much as possible. Have a great weekend! xoxo B

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  4. I'm home...I refuse to cultivate "Black Friday"...LOL...Your sunny and gorgeous collage better suits me!!! Sending you much love...and feeling especially thankful for YOU today!!! Janine XO

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  5. hi bonnie! oh yum ... how did you know i needed these cheery blooms today? they are so brilliantly bright and sunny ... yay! gosh, i love how god has given us so many beautiful gifts ... and you, my friend are one of them ... always an inspiration ...
    have a lovely weekend ~ hopefully full of sunshine!
    prairiegirl xo
    ps. so happy you popped by ... please note that i moved my 'draw' date back to sunday as i hadn't really accounted for all the celebrations for our southern friends ... cheers!

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  6. Such lovely flowers! I refuse to participate in "Black Friday". The greed and mania that come with that day just don't feel like Christmas to me. Plus, I take special pleasure in walking up to the item and taking it off the shelf, the very same item that people stood in line for hours for and nearly trampled each other over... :)

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  7. Yellow is really the most uplifting colour isn;t it Bonnie. I love the collage. We can do with all the yellow we can get here as the sun is not eager to show itself at present.

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  8. those blooms light up my dark, dreary and very wet November.

    I don't know what black Friday is and why it's better to be back safely at home but I thank you for your good wishes and hope that your weekend will be equally comforting and blissful.

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  9. Your beautiful flowers and so bright and cheery!Happy weekend!

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  10. Like Friko, I don't know what Black Friday is but I have a suspicion that it's something like our Boxing Day specials. On Boxing Day, the day after Christmas here in Melbourne Australia all the shops are opened early and people queue for hours despite all the fuss and exhaustion of Christmas Day to literally 'snatch up' bargains. It is an awful sight as people rip at one another to get in the doors first.

    Your yellow blooms as everyone here seems to agree, act as an antidote to all that madness.

    Black Friday from what I can gather here is probably the opposite of your straightened childhood. Extremes at either end - greed or deprivation - are unhelpful.

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  11. I love the collage! Of course, my favorite colors are yellow and blue! I did not venture out for the sales on Black Friday. Could not deal with the crowds.

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