Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Wink and A Nod...And Roses

Whoops! Went a day early here.

Today's Wink and Nod Recipient is Sharon Squall's. Her blog Now You See Me is a fun one that talks about the joys and simplicities in life such as: dogs, cats and tomatoes. 

Wink, wink, Sharon. 

So many blogs. So little time.


And....


Who needs curtains when you have roses.



51 comments:

  1. I would take roses over curtains any day! I will be calling into Sharon’s after I leave this comment. Hope your week is going well.

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    1. Thanks for the visit to Sharon's, Barbara. The week is going well. The HH retires tomorrow so we've had retirement festivities.

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  2. Roses are better than curtains, what a gorgeous view! Off to look at Sharon's blog, hugs, Valerie

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  3. Add me to the chorus. Roses are MUCH better than curtains. And they smell better too.
    Off to visit Sharon.

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    1. For sure, EC:)
      Thanks for visiting, Sharon. I'm sure she appreciates it;)

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  4. I bet you see a few bees hovering around them all the time

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    1. You know, I don't see as many as I would have a few years back. It's a bit disconcerting.

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  5. Are you a day early with wink and a nod? Don't rush my week! (-;

    Your roses are beautiful!

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  6. Always love meeting new friends and bloggers, so I'm headed over. Hugs to you for being able to grow such beautiful flowers. I have a purple thumb! (lol) Happy Wednesday Sandra!

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    1. Purple thumb. Ha!! I do love purple:)
      I've been trying to get some starts from my bushes and failing miserably. sigh.

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  7. If you have roses with thorns, you won't have peeping Toms!

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  8. Dogs and cats for the win. Look at you, an oopsy post a day early at your bin lol

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    1. I'll say. This one's even earlier than my weekend posts:)

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  9. Never had a curtain until I moved to the city house. Love the curtain of roses.

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    1. There's just something about a clear window isn't there, Donna?

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  10. Dogs, cats, and tomatoes definitely are the simple things! Beautiful view!

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  11. I don't know what magic you use to find the awesome blos/bloggers, but it doesn't mater.
    Tahnk you for sharing them!

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    1. My pleasure, Carmen:) Hope you're having a good day.

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  12. Hi Sandra!
    Sharon's blog is lovely and happy...so is her new deck!
    Your roses are simply gorgeous!!! I wouldn't cover them with curtains at all 🌹

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    1. Isn't that deck something?
      Thanks, Jan:) Appreciate ya.

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  13. Thanks for sharing about Sharon's blog. I'm heading off to check her...

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  14. I'm heading over there! Always glad to find a new blog.

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    1. I'm sure she'll appreciate you stopping by, Marcie;)
      YOU, have a great one.

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  15. I agree with that statement...dogs, cats and tomatoes are great. Love the picture with the roses...nice to look out on

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    1. As long as the dogs and cats don't play with the tomatoes:)
      Thanks, Birgit.

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  16. Will visit that's for sure. Yes ! who needs curtains with wonderful view like that.

    Yvonne.

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  17. I saw the post name and saw I was day late. I thought I was losing my mind, till I read you were early. For once, my warped brain wasn't playing tricks on me.

    LOVE those roses. No need at all for curtains.

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  18. I'm not a big fan of curtains any day but when you have roses like that, who would even consider them?!

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    1. My thoughts exactly:) Though they do fall down on the job in winter.

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  19. What a lovely curtain. I too, have hollyhocks for my kitchen curtain but come winter, it's just a pile of snow. LOL

    I enjoy your blog.
    Belva

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    1. Hi Belva,
      Thanks for stopping by.
      I've been trying to track down hollyhocks all summer with no success. Ah well, maybe next year.
      Though, I don't envy you the snow;)

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  20. This looks so great! Thanks for sharing.


    www.ficklemillennial.com

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  21. Here to visit thanks to Pat. He's a witty blog ambassador. I shall return too

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  22. He sure is a witty blog ambassador.
    Thanks for stopping by, Joanne. Your visit is much appreciated.

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  23. Those roses look great, what a lovely view.
    Going over to look at Sharon's blog.

    All the best Jan

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  24. Thanks for the introduction Sandra!
    Love your roses!! Gorgeous!!
    Big Hugs!

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