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Sunday, June 22, 2014

http://archive.uphere.ca/node/60


Unable to do justice with words I offer this for your reading and perhaps some drawings later of, "The Cremation of Sam McGee" information on my own Blog: "One Foot in the Furrow 2014"
The following delight came to me in south east Saskatchewan via Glenn and Pauline Verity. They live at White Bear Resort in the summer months:
http://archive.uphere.ca/node/60





Friday, June 20, 2014

The Spider Who Sat Down Beside Him

A surprise for YOU!
  TALKING SPIDERS AND SUCH:

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Thank you to TIFFINIE GOODWIN ON FACEBOOK
 for the above information in the Shower!
 
And Now For My Little Spy Lady Spider
 
 
 

Next is a song  from You Tube about an,
 "Itsy, Bitsy Spider and a Water Spout"
- IF YOU WENT TO KINDERGARTEN
YOU KNOW THE SONG!
 
 
 
 


 

Saturday, June 14, 2014

"FIFTY SHADES OF GREEN!" in 2014 South East Saskatchewan

 

SPRING! IT'S FINALLY SPRING - 

WANTING SPRING GREEN photos from Facebook to show 
 "FIFTY SHADES OF GREEN!"

This past winter I read three books the first one was,
"Fifty Shades of Gray,"  and all three books showed sad people in sad lives.  Sad, unbelievably sad.
So negative, I wanted POSITIVE!
 
Well, this year, 2014, my dear friend Deanne Ganje
  looked at the trees and the mountains in the
south east of Saskatchewan and said,
"WE ARE FIFTY SHADES OF GREEN!"
NOW, THERE'S POSITIVE!
 It's been because there's been so much moisture
It is looking like we've gone back 50 years to the '60s!


Thanks to Sharon Burns from Facebook
for this wonderful spring photo of
Lady Slippers out in the wild woods.



"WELCOME TO THE SOUTH EAST
 COAST  OF SASKATCHEWAN!"
SAID MY FRIEND, DANNY ROBERTS, ON FACEBOOK. 

 There were photos of green
 in the Sand Dunes South West Saskatchewan.
Everything is greener this year
KENOSEE LAKE IS PUSHING LIMITS TOO
- HIGHER THAN IT'S BEEN IN FIFTY YEARS
AND THEN FIFTY SHADES OF GREEN!

An Albertan friend sent me the following apt cartoon:


Thank you, my friend, for the cartoon!
Nearly a wrap!

Here's an upbeat tune from long ago and far away: