Monday, May 9, 2011

Meet the “Fam” !!!

I love that line from the movie, ‘What About Bob’ !

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We think that movie is a classic! lol

I went to Widdlytinks to make a stick family!

I saw it on the blog, Sue Bee ! Thanks Sue!!!

I put it at the top AND bottom of my blog!

Isn’t it CUTE?!!

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I’m still sewing but I did venture out to the park one day!

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I don’t know what this bush is, do you?

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The flowers look like tiny orchids! 

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Did you have a wonderful weekend?

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Any big plans for this week?

I’ll have some sewing to share soon!

HAVE FUN! island

39 comments:

Freckled Hen said...

I hope you had a happy Mother's Day! Your stick family is cute...and I can't wait to see your sewing, I hope it has the cowboy fabric from your last post!

Marydon said...

Cute stick family ... Your walk in the park pics are just gorgeous! I love your eye for capturing the beauty & dimension of each pic.

Hope your Mother's Day was beautiful.

TTFN ~
Marydon

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Cindy said...

Don't know what the flower is, but it's pretty. Can't wait to see your sewing.

Ms. Bake-it said...

Hello Diane!

I finally had a chance to come over and catch up.

Cute stick family! Beautiful pictures! I have seen those yellow flowers but I do not know what they are. I would be interested in knowing the answer to that myself.

I had to laugh at your "A in home ec" post! I recently had to do the same thing. It was at Target and involved a toy for my Little Darling. The customer service rep had the most stunned look on his face and then asked me if I was "for real?" Umm yes, can you please ring it up for me?

You have posted about some of my favorite parks! I loved the post about the deer at your car. too cute!

In fifth grade my class had to memorize the song Swanee River/Old Folks Home and then one at a time we had to go out in the hall and sing it word for word for the teacher! It is interesting that the version I learned was the “modern” version and not the original version by Stephen Foster. I did not even know of the original version until I was an adult and happened upon an article about it in a magazine.

~ Tracy

Happy@Home said...

Your stick family is cute and I'll bet it was fun to make. I don't know what your flowering shrub is, but it sure is pretty.
I hope you had a Happy Mother's Day. It's always a pleasure to visit you as you have such a sweet and happy outlook always.

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

Love the stick family, Diane, so cute! I have one, too, it's fun! I hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day.
LOL, love taht move What About Bob! I should Netflix it, haven't seen it in ages!

Carol Schiff Studio said...

I enjoyed your beautiful post, with all the gorgeous photos. There are such beautiful sights in our world.
Cute stick family too.

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

That stick family is cute! Sounds like you have been really busy sewing. Look forward to seeing your finished product!

KarenSue said...

Hi Diane! Thanks for mentioning me on your post. Your Stick Family is so cut, I love mine each time I look at it. I'm glad you put it on the top.
No clue what bush that is but it's beautiful.
This weekend we are going to Ormond Beach for a wedding. I'm trying to get a couple days out of it. Have a good day!
Hugs to you~Sue

Lilybets said...

I would like so much to live in a forest,I love plant,but here,in Malta, people look allergic to nature!

Karen said...

This looks like a type of broom bush... beautiful plants!

Vee said...

Cute fam! All this sewing is making me curious!

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

The Fam looks great!!! I hope you find out what that bush is...I'd like to know, too! Beautiful flowers!!! Let us know if you find out!!!

Della said...

I think the tree is a Jerusalem Thorn Tree. Great pics of it, and the iris! What a lovely place to take a walk. You always take beautiful pics!

koralee said...

Hope you had a great great mother's day my friend. I do love your stick family...adorable. xoxoxo hugs

Kasia said...

What a beautiful park!!!1 Im envious! LOL We have small buds only, and no wonderful lakes!!! T.T Oh, how I want a small pond in a wonderful park near me! Anyways, the post is wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

Tammy@Beatrice Banks said...

I don't think I'd ever get anything done if I lived by that pretty park! Beautiful photos! I love your stick family. Cute! Can't wait to hear your plans for the weekend.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Your stick family is so cute! I don't think I have ever seen the yellow flower before...very pretty!

no spring chicken said...

Your stick grand kids are just lovely. You can tell by the expressions on their faces that they just love their nana and papa! ;)

Blessings, Debbie

Joy said...

Love your little stick people with the grandkids names..very cute.
Pretty pictures, not sure what that bush is but I love it.

Cozy Little House said...

No big plans here. Just got through cleaning house. Take the dogs to get groomed tomorrow. Their regular twice a month date. Maybe work in the garden if this heat lets up. We need rain!
Brenda

Pat said...

A belated Happy Mother's Day.

I don't know what that flower is, it's pretty.

I'd love to see What About Bob, again. It's been awhile. Love that movie.:-)

ANNE said...
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ANNE said...

Pretty pictures! Yes, it is a Jerusalem thorn, aka Palo Verde tree.

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

Beautiful yellow bushes! Looks like a wonderful place to walk and enjoy God's earth!
Warmly,
deb

Love of the Sea said...

That pond sure is pretty. What a tranquil place to visit. And the purple flowers are so pretty!! Looks like you had a great day. Looking forward to see what you are creating!

Love of the Sea said...

That pond sure is pretty. What a tranquil place to visit. And the purple flowers are so pretty!! Looks like you had a great day. Looking forward to see what you are creating!

ANNE said...

p.s. Possibly a Palo Amarillo (i.d. courtesy of a friend of mine from Venezuela who I enlisted in the query...)

Stacey said...

I'm so glad you take us on walks to the park. Since I'm working full time now, I don't get nearly enough outside time. :)

Judi said...

Cute Cute stick family...

Your flowers and the plants you've shown us are gorgeous. Isn't this just the nicest time of year. The tree blossoms are so pretty...I love that shade of yellow.

Well...today classes have started at work so its busier...tomorrow my son and granddaughter come for dinner. This weekend we all celebrate my youngest son's 30th birthday...nice week. :o)

I hope your week is good too
Judi

cynthialeedesigns said...

Beautiful pictures!!
Not doing much this week...resting a bit after doing all the wedding embroidery for my niece.
Have a great week.
Cindy

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Diane,

Your photographs are beautiful and love the pretty yellow flowers and the purple Iris.
I should be doing some sewing, making a suit, but it is easier talking to blog friends.

Happy week
Hugs
Carolyn

Diane Writes said...

Hello Diane! You are just blessed to live and visit in such beautiful parks. We don't have them in the city. Among the pictures, I love the tiny orchids near the river. Beauty!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Love the pictures from the park!

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

I LOVE your stick family!!!
Also, your wristlet bags are wonderful!!! You get an "A". : )

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

Cute "family"! What a pretty park you get to walk in.
Hugs,
Penny

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Your stick figures are so cute! I need to step away from crafting and smell the roses also!

Carol

Vicki said...

I can't wait to see what you are sewing. I spotted that cowgirl fabric in your last post.

Kimberly at ArtJoyStuff said...

Thanks so much for spreading the word about my giveaway, here, on your lovely blog. You are so very kind.
enJOY a beautiful day!