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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

ABC Wednesday - V

Got your dictionary out? You ready to play with the letters? It's that time again! ABC Wednesday is hosted by Mrs. Denise Nesbitt and the ABC team: Denise, Annelie, Leslie, Nathalie, Joyce, Donna, Helen, Roger, Troy, Jay, Barb, Gattina and me!
Viva the V Day! Are you ready to Vacate the TV and Videos, stop Vacillating and staring into space with that Vacuous look in your eyes? You don't live in a Vacuum you know! You're not a Valet or  a Vagabond hunting in Vain for something of Value to Validate your life! You are Valuable! So, start adding to your Vocabulary, use your Voice for a new Venue! A trip to Vienna, some rich, purple Violets, some Vintage Vino and Vermouth .... and maybe even some Vodka! Those should help you let your Voice be heard -- they certainly do mine!! And here are my Valued V words for the V as in Victory Day!!  V is for Veggies! Lots of them for you Vegans! And V is for Valley, Vase, Volunteers, a Viable View, and Violets

Oh, and all the photos except for the Volunteer sign and the Valley are mine! Enjoy your week!

38 comments:

Jedediah said...

Those veggies look delicious - we're having a veggie casserole tonight.

Nanka said...

V for Victory for never failing to put a beautifully interesting collage!!

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour dear Sylvia!
A VERY special set of Vs todays, Your collage is perfect and I loved the V words!
Also I need to say your header is wonderful and your friend is very talented indeed!
The RED energy is fabulous!
hugs
Léia

George said...

I enjoy your commentary on ABC Wednesdays almost as much as I enjoy your mosaics. Thanks for another great alphabet post.

Roger Owen Green said...

the vittles in particular look quite vital. full of vitamins, no doubt.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Gigi Ann said...

All the pictures are lovely and I especially like the one of Viable View. Beautiful.

RuneE said...

I didn't even know that there were that many words starting with V in English :-)

My vote must go to the Space Needle that I have in fact Visited, but without Vermouth...

Carver said...

Sylvia you always do such a great job with the letters and this was a very good post for the letter V. I enjoyed all the words and photographs you came up with.

EG Wow said...

Great selection, Sylvia. I especially like the word volunteer. The world cold use many more good volunteers.

photowannabe said...

Always love what you choose for your collages. Perfect and lovely photos for V.

Wanda said...

There are always so many V's I never thought of!! Love your list as usual, and love your friend's artwork in your Christmas Header.

Merry Christmas, Sylvia... I so enjoy your comments each week.

Joy said...

Love the vibrant colours of the veggies against the green background.
Great Christmas header from your friend.

Anna said...

Some quite delightful Vs Sylvia :)

Tumblewords: said...

Love your new header! And your V Collage. The vase is my very favorite but the Space Needle always thrills me!

magiceye said...

vonderful collage!! :)

VioletSky said...

your violets are lovely

James said...

One of these days I need to learn how to put pictures together like this. Great post Sylvia! The vase with the glasses and reflection put a smile on my face and the photo of downtown made me want to hope a plane to Seattle.

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

I love all your V ideas!

Jama said...

Those vegetables look so fresh!

Halie Santos - Dayo said...

I love the colors of them veggies. They look delicious!

If you have time, do drop by my rant for today:

http://halie-photohunts.blogspot.com/2010/12/v-for-vintage-looking-set.html

Serline said...

May I Volunteer to Visit that Valley to Verify its natural beauty for everyone?!?

Hildred and Charles said...

Wonderful photos and great choices. And your commentary is Very creative.

Louis la Vache said...

Quick question: What was the letter today? Your post gave «Louis» no clue.

(M. Scélérat, éditeur à «Louis» You are clueless, alright!

«Louis» à M. Scélérat, éditeurHere's 3 clues for you: My horns. Your rump. Next county. comprenez-vous?)

Barbara said...

Lovely colourful post - great V words.

Gattina said...

Again such a nice collage !
We will have snow again this afternoon ! Wished I would live in Australia now, lol!

Shail Raghuvanshi said...

Wow that was nice. so many words for that Very alphabet....

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You are so fortunate to have such a continued supply of great headers. I love them. I am caught flat footed on Alphabet Wednesday and am sad because I love the letter V. I like prime numbers and for some reason V, to me, is the prime number of the alphabet.
I love the photo of the colored vase with the glasses. You have such a sense of humor and style.

Cheryl said...

You've created vivacious visuals and verbosity.

Mar said...

Your V choices are loVely, as always!! merry Xmas and a happy New Year!

V is for...

Naturedigital said...

A Very Vivid post Sylvia.
Have a great day.
Costas

jabblog said...

I like the way the blues in the violets, the vase and the view all complement and reflect each other.

JM said...

Great selection, Sylvia, all shots are wonderful.

Thom said...

Those veggies look delish my friend. Wonderful choices my friend. Have a wonderful day :)

Cildemer said...

Great work and Very nice collage for Vday!
It's always a pleasure to Visit you;o)

***
HaVe a Vabulous day, SylVia****

Beverley Baird said...

Love your mosaic of Vs! A great choice - especially the violets and the coloured glass!

Team G Square said...

Great collage , Liked the vase photo very much ...

Paula Scott said...

Great collage! Can you tell I am a bit behind on getting to see the ABC posts? Better late than never!
Loved the vase and glasses (perfect for SSS). Great views too. Volunteer-that's something I do too much of!
Have a great week!

unpredictableblog said...

Pretty nifty little collage

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