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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

ABC Wednesday - W!

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! And guess what? It's that day again!  It's ABC Wednesday!!

Whoopee! It's the W Day! Welcome!  Get on the Waiting list! The Waiter Will be Waddling over to take our order and you know What a Wacko he is if he has to Wait too long!! The Waffles are great! I could eat a Wagon full! I brought my Wallet and my Walking Stick -- I always eat too much! Well, I never said I Was Wise!! And, hey, What about the latest Washington DC scandal With that Wild, Weird Weiner!!! Never know Who, What or When with politicians! Whoops! I meant to Whisper that one! We're having Windy Weather here in my Washington and I've grown Weary so I'm going to Wrap this up! And my pics for the the W Day??? Why, my kids and I, We're on our Way to Whidbey Island in Washington Where there's lots of Water and Waves and Wind!

39 comments:

lotusleaf said...

Wind and water would be wonderful!

magda said...

Wonderful people!!!!
Many thanks Sylvia!!!
Best regards

One said...

Wow! You got more 'w's than I did! You win!

Karen said...

Water and waves...wonderful!

Jingle Poetry said...

water and waves, wow.
what a cool post with stunning shot.

Jingle

Carver said...

Wonderful shot of your kids Sylvia and what a fun place to go with them. Great W post!

Birgitta - foto CHIP said...

Always so exciting to see the words you come up with Sylvia!
Wonderful post as always :)
Have a great week Sylvia!

Reader Wil said...

What a beautiful header, Sylvia! When the letter H comes up you can show a slide of all those beautiful headers! Anyway I enjoy seeing them!
I hope that you enjoyed Waves, Water and Wind! And I wish you a wonderful week.

Roger Owen Green said...

men with WHISKERS, I see!
I approve.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

EG Wow said...

Whidbey Island with your kids? Have a WONDERFUL time, Sylvia!

Tes said...

Oh wow, so creative with your Ws! Woohoo! :)

Joy said...

A windy day in Washington looks just fine. I like those wooden slat seats.

Lew said...

And also a few warships!

anni said...

very nice posting ! and thank you for passing by Belgium
http://whatisbelgium.blogspot.com

DeeBee L. said...

Wow, such a Wonderful Word game.
I Wonder Who, Where and When will have the last Word?
DeeBee :D

Kay L. Davies said...

Love Whidbey Island, Sylvia, and water, and waves, and even wind.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

texwisgirl said...

you're too funny...

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You are the repeat queen of W. I was a little worried when you threw in Weiner but my worries didn't come to pass.

Cildemer said...

Lovely people! Cute and happy people! A fabulous pic and a great entry for W day!
Thanks for sharing, Sylvia;o)

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Have a nice and happy day****

Meryl Jaffe, PhD said...

Great W post - lots of wacky, wonderful, whimsical words! Thanks for the smile, and have a great week!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

I've been on that ferry to Whidbey Island, a beautiful place, and then taken the ferry to Pt. Townsend. You live in a glorious place, mon amie! Wuv you

Bises,
Genie

magiceye said...

that was lovely!

Tumblewords: said...

Beautiful people - Whidbey is a wonderful place!

Ann said...

Came via reader wil's site to add to your interest of the wizard of Christchurch.

This is my second comment.


Once, we had a party, he came uninvited with a friend who was invited. he didn't dress as the wizard, Just a very smart man in a business suit.

No, I didn't go and talk to him, I didn't want to embarass him. He has a masters in sociology. He was wearing a suit, and his long hair was briushed to the back, so you can't tell that he was the wizard. My daughter listened to him and says he was very clever.

I didn't listen to him because I can't get over him coming to my house unvited, and every time, we have a census, he takes a group of his followers in a boat so they don't have to be counted.
Of course, the police will wait the next morning to get them to be counted.
He lost credibility when he "ran" away after the earth quake.

Melanie Sherman said...

Got to admit, the headers are a favorite with me. Love your Wednesday "W" post. A weird way to waste a wicked Wednesday without wounding anywon...okay, anyone.

Hildred and Charles said...

Do they still have that wonderful yarn shop on Whidby???? Great W's Sylvia

clairz said...

Lovely Whidbey Island and your lovely kids: WOW.

Jama said...

Wind and water- a perfect combinations especially in our hot and humid country.

Life with Kaishon said...

What beautiful children : )

Paula Scott said...

I couldn't help but notice that one of your boys is WINKING!
We've had too many windy days here too. I think we're all weary from it.
Have a wonderful, whacky week!

Lily Hydrangea said...

you have such beautiful children Sylvia! well, adults now, but you know what I mean.
; )

Rinkly Rimes said...

You always manage to pack a lot into a little and we even got a hint of dirty politics today.

Francisca said...

Visiting Whidbey Island would be a wonderful way to while away the hours with your kids! Nice, Sylvia!

Kay said...

Terrific, Sylvia. I see you have another terrific header. Have a great day tomorrow. I hope you get more sunshine than we're having.

Leovi said...

A nice and funny portrait. Excellent framing of the sea through the forest. Saludos.

Cezar and Léia said...

Looks a beautiful place and I like a lot the different face expression! Cool!
Léia

Gigi Ann said...

What a Wonderful picture of the kids. The lake view is lovely.

Munir said...

Thanks for sharing Sylvia. Great post. Yum I love waffles !

chubskulit said...

WoW, you have so many beautiful W words!

Would love you to peek at my ABC. You are welcome to come by anytime, have a nice day!

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