Sunday, July 7, 2013

A Day in the Life~Mosaic Monday


Our corner has had lots of rain, heat, and humidity; there have been more days of shadow than of sun; we may even have become a bit moldy. Still there are many joys...

Have a great week!

*Thanks to Mary at Little Red House for hosting Mosaic Monday!*

Love Vee

40 comments:

  1. Hi Vee, I love your Mosaic; I haven't tried making one but the beauty of your photos certainly makes a wonderful one. We are still having heat but now are in our Monsoon season so getting lots of afternoon moisture.
    Have a great afternoon.
    Noreen

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  2. Lovely mosiac, Vee! Your flowers are pretty and I see you have one of those cute squirrels there. We have much of the same weather here. It has been raining much of the week and this week has been hot and humid. Have a happy week ahead!

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  3. We're in the same boat, or may need to be if the rain continues like it has. At least the lawns are green this year and there's lots of lush growth on the trees and shrubs.
    Who's your friend hanging around? Maybe he thinks you have peanuts for him.
    Judith

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  4. What a beautiful new banner! Enjoy your afternoon. We're up to 90 today and that's usually about our high. Lots of humidity though! Sweet hugs!

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  5. Your mosaic is lovely and we have been having rain, rain, rain and I bet we will get some molds and mildews too~ Happy week~

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  6. I love your mosaic - from early day till dusk - that sunset's colours are fabulous.

    I have the same weather here- our side yard is a shallow lake, ugh.

    Sure hope the breezes come and dry it up soon or all the grass is going to die. I hate that, but oh well - it happens.

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  7. Thanks for sharing a Summer day in your pretty corner of the world. Hope things dry out some soon.
    Thanks for stopping by. Very unusual the geranium survived outside last Winter. Don't think I have ever tried bringing one inside for the Winter - really no place to keep one and doubt it would survive my neglect. :)
    Have a great week. Gonna be a hot one here.

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  8. We have had lots of rain so far this year too! The garden is loving it but I could use a dry and less humid spell right now! Pretty pics!

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  9. Ah, the riches of summertime! I love this selection of photos. We are soggy beyond belief here. I am so tired of the ground squishing when I walk on it!

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  10. Such pretty surroundings, Vee. Everything looks so green and lush. Georgia has had a LOT of rain all week and we are longing to see the sun, too!
    Have a nice Sunday evening!

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  11. Great shots Vee - love the squirrel!

    We're getting storms right now. No relief from the humidity until next week they say. Ugh!

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  12. Your mosaic is beautiful as is your new header. Everything looks fresh and lush after the rains. I think we're having the same weather over here - molds and joys.

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  13. Glad you are finding the joys in the midst of the rain, heat and humidity. Love the shot of the squirrel hugging that tree!
    Blessings...

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  14. Hi, I am a first time visitor and coming over from Mosaic Monday. I love your header, great flowers. Enjoy your new week. Kathy

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  15. The squirrel photo made me laugh. Great shots!

    Mary, MI

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  16. I love your comment about "may have become a bit moldy"! The deep south has had days upon days of rain. I so love the rain, but my garden does not like complete saturation! Your photos are lovely. I am your newest follower and am visiting from Mosaic Monday. I love blog parties. It is a great way to meet new friends! Have a wonderful week and I hope your get a chance to visit me at Still Woods Farmhouse. I posted my first ever mosaic/collage today!
    Blessings from Still Woods Farmhouse

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  17. Beautiful mosaic. Love the photo of the squirrel....you caught him on his way up:)

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  18. Hope the mold stays away and the sun begins to shine. Even the squirrel would like it, I'm sure.
    Love your mosaic and I'm trying to figure out how you did it. Maybe you'd just share?

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  19. i wish we could have some of your rain.
    typical, the grass is always greener . . .

    think i fixed the 'reply' thing but am a
    little frightened this may open a can of
    privacy 'worms.'

    thank you for helping me for the 100th
    time!!!!

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  20. Absolutely beautiful, Vee! I pray rain is on its way here in hot and dry Colorado :) Have a lovely week.

    Hugs to you!

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  21. Beautiful set of images from your part of world.

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  22. There is beauty everywhere, inspite of all our rain!

    Love your "eyes to see" it all. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    Deanna

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  23. The squirrel has such a looooong tail! Lol!
    ,

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  24. Oh! Wow! Amazing photos! So peaceful and calming. Thanks for sharing with us Vee.

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  25. That is exactly how I have to approach summer...hot, humid, a bit moldy at times (the environment and my mood--ack!), but punctuated with many joys! I love this perspective!

    Lovely photos of your corner...the squirrel makes me smile!

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  26. Your yard has the beauty that we can find only if we travel. What beauty!

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  27. Good morning! I love your mosaic! The flowers are lovely and the squirrel quite cute! Your weather doesn't sound too good though...hope you dry out soon. Enjoy your day!

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  28. What a lovely mosaic Vee. That sunset was just beautiful.

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  29. Beautiful mosaic.

    Yes, we are *in danger* of molding-around-the-edges, up here in the NE. -sigh-

    But you certainly *put a lovely face* on it. :-)

    Happy New Moon!
    "Auntie"

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  30. Maine's Moldy Monday Mosaic. :) I see no hint of the mold in your photos! Lovely.

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  31. You asked what is the bug, eating roses? think it's a Japanese beetle. ugh ugh ugh...

    What is the *magic potion* you are using, to rid yours, of them???????????

    Happy New Moon!
    "Auntie"

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  32. Pretty pretty! Wish we had some of your rain, clouds today but no rain in sight. The caterpillars are munching away on what is quickly becoming a crispy canopy. Enjoy your pretty days!

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  33. Such a pretty mosaic! We'll be needing some of your rain if this heat and humidity continue here. Just hang on, as fast as this summer is going we'll be welcoming fall before you know it. Enjoy the rest of the week!

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  34. You've outdone yourself, Vee! What great pictures, and I love the new header. It is just the essence of summer's beauty. The shadows on the grass behind the flowers in the sun just give it amazing beauty.

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  35. ah the joys of summer.
    Have a wonderful week, and thank you for stopping by my blog yesterday.

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  36. Hi Vee!

    Boy have I missed seeing your beautiful Mosaics - just gorgeous! Heat and humidity sure make for lots of pretty green... :0) Love the squirrel, he doesn't look a bit afraid of you!

    Hugs,
    Barb

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  37. Love the one with the squirrel on the tree. If he's looking for me, though, he will have to head SOUTH not NORTH.

    We're chin deep with rain and humidity too and goodness I'm feeling the pain in my fibro. I'm refusing to do anything but thank for it though because that drought here was really scary to me. I mean, when you see the pine trees die, it kind of freaks you out.

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  38. Beautiful photos and love your garden!

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  39. I wonder what the squirrel is thinking as he (she?) looks your way!

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