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Sunday, December 13, 2015

Sunny Sunday??? Well, Not in Portland, Oregon!!!



I want to  wish all of you a beautiful new week, but don’t wear yourselves out and leave no energy to celeb rate  once the big Day arrives – December 25!!!

13 comments:

afanja said...

That's a beautiful rose, Sylvia.
In the Netherlands we had rain and storm on Saturday. Today was sunny with a clear blue sky. And guess what ... temperatures are so high, the daffodils are almost blooming in our garden ...
Have good week!

TexWisGirl said...

a lovely rose.

George said...

I hope you have a good day even if it is not sunny in Portland. It's not sunny in Tennessee, either.

EG CameraGirl said...

Beautiful rose! Sadly it's overcast here in the Greater Toronto Area too!

Lowell said...

You are like a rose - beautiful and grand. Sorry about your weather, but it seems that's not unusual for Portland. Love this photo!

Jo said...

Thanks Sylvia. You have a wonderful week too. That Rose is beautiful! Greetings. Jo

Kay said...

I love this rose too. Have a wonderful week, Sylvia.

retriever said...

Wonderfull banner;Happy Advent Greeting from Belgium

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Michelle said...

This week will be the last for me with my 2nd grade class. It will be busy!!

John's Island said...

Hi Sylvia, Beautiful flowers yesterday and today too! No worries about the sunshine ... plenty of smiles from your blog. Have a great week ahead!

Liz said...

What a gorgeous rose, Sylvia! Does it have a beautiful perfume?

Linda said...

Beautiful rose!

Reader Wil said...

A rose s a rose and its beauty is everlasting! Thanks for the wise quotes that go with your photos!
Wil, ABCW Team

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