58 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. I love how you recycled your brief stay in ‘not feeling so well’ into photos.

    Citrus…a key to wellness so this can also serve as a public service announcement.

    That yellow pops. It was Audrey Hepburn’s favorite color, and one can see why. It uplifts so,

    Once again you captured Nature showing off her prowess, to flaunt a word. Also, bravo for, as unwell as you felt, didn’t abandon your art. πŸ™‚

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    • ‘Tis true. I’ve been using one per day so it made sense to do a still life.

      I had another one going with oranges and apples, including one that is going bad but thought that was not a good sign!

      Yes! I am so glad I decided to buy a bag before I was sick. Who knew I’d be using one per day?

      Thank you, Susannah. Glad you enjoyed my nod to nature’s healing ingredient πŸ™‚

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  2. Dear Dale,

    I agree with Susannah. You made good use of your ‘feeling crummy’ time. Your lemons pop right off the page, even in black and white. Guess one could say you took a sour time and made lemonade. πŸ˜‰

    Shalom and lotsa healing hugs,

    Rochelle

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    • Dear Rochelle,

      I am so glad I had these babies to use – both for photos and for my twice-daily (at least) lemon/ginger/honey tea.

      Haha! Yes, I guess you could say that!

      Shalom and lotsa grateful love,

      Dale

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  3. Q

    So I guess it’s true what they say (I have no idea who they are, but they are everywhere so you best watch out) . . .

    When life hands you a really crummy head cold that knocks you backwards make THIS! And so you took what they (still searching for they) said and you made this latest WW masterpiece with it. Jesus, when I get sick, I make complaints. Many.

    B

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