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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

See that grass...

Photograph by Char @ We Blog Artists
See that grass...we only see it from May to November...and I LOVE the softness of it, and miss it when it's under 4ft of snow!
See those rings...that's why I'm here in Canada...I wouldn't change it for the World.
This is where I live.

25 comments:

  1. sweet ideas - again I say it, I love how we can all come together in this cyber world and get to know each other. I can't imagine not seeing grass for a good part of the year.

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  2. It's hard when you've been through 5 months and April you're really done with the never ending salt trucks and snow flurries...this past one was long...hopefully we'll get a break this year.
    I love this Char...thanks for getting us all together!

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  3. I'm not sure I could take such a long winter, but it is very beautiful in photos. lol Lovely to meet you! :)

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  4. i think i would freeze in such long winters!

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  5. Absence makes the heart grow fonder...that should hold true of the softness of grass too...I'm saying this as I'm delaying going out to mow the lawn:)

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  6. Hi, being a fellow Canadian I can totally relate to how wonderful the softness of grass can feel. Thankyou for reminding me.

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  7. Such a beautiful sentiment...I love that the rings brought you there, and kept you there.

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  8. Thank you all...this experience today has been SUCH an eye opener...I have been touched by all of you...your comments are so dear.
    Char

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  9. just awesome.....love how you brought attention to the rings and how they brought you there. Canada sounds amazing.

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  10. I have always adored the feeling of grass under my feet. I know just how you feel about it's seasonal return.

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  11. Brrrrr...lol. I bet you enjoy every second of that grass! I will say that Canada has a real and raw beauty (and I have felt some hard core cold there!) that you cannot find anywhere on earth. Plus, Canadians are the friendliest people!

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  12. What a great idea for this blog entry. I totally understand the lack of green grass for any lenghty period of time, from my home in mid-Michigan.

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  13. the great thing about this little blog spot that we have here is that we get to learn about the conditions each other lives in. cold, warm, snow, grass...and everything that is in between. thanks for sharing your little corner of the world!

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  14. Oh I love snow! I wish we got more of it...although 4ft does sound like a lot, lol.
    Great shot!

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  15. Dani, I totally agree..we get to experience a little bit of everyone's lives all in one Blog...lovin it!

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  16. great shot ~ happy sentiment. I enjoy the interpretation of the theme

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  17. Hello there fellow Canadian! I agree...this is a great shot and indicates perfectly where you live...and why!

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  18. Great to meet you - terrific shot and I think love would be the only way to keep me in that kind of climate. :D

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  19. I can feel the grass with you.

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  20. yes, I can relate to the excitement of seeing the grass coming back to life after a long winter.

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  21. i feel the fresh air, through your photo.
    xo

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  22. Love in a cold climate- it doesn't get better than that:)

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  23. Oh, but I love cool Canadian weather when it ISN'T under snow. Such a nice place to go for break from the heat. Your photo is lovely -- I love the line "see those rings" -- it made me smile!

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  24. wonderful green grass! love the look and feel of it! delightful photo!

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