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Iris

Ah, I love spring. I love flowers, warm weather, nice breezes, pretty skies, chirping birds…I love it all.

But mostly I love the flowers. So, today’s Friday Frameup is a picture I took of some of the flowers I’ve had festooning the house so far this spring. I love the colour of irises, and how unusually they open. They aren’t a “traditional” flower, but they have a beauty all their own.

Happy weekend, and happy spring!

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It’s A Cry and It’s A Broken Hallelujah

One of my favourite songs, and my favourite cover of it to boot! Happy Music Monday.

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When Deep Purple Falls

A while ago, this totally random conversation broke out about our favourite colours. Well, the general consensus (yes, I’m going to make a sweeping generalization here) is that purple rocks. Like, completely.

So, I sat back and listened to all these people talk about purple. And, I looked around my room and started to see just how much in my life is purple. I knew I had a lot of purple stuff, but all of a sudden I saw purple EVERYWHERE. So, I sent out a random tweet saying that it would make for an interesting blog post.

The response was surprisingly overwhelming: YES.

So, without further ado, a few random picture about all the purple in my life. Because purple rocks!

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Just The Way You Are

Time for Music Monday! This week I have something for ALL my readers…a song and a sign! I love this song by Bruno Mars, despite the little teeny-boppers at ColdStone rolling their eyes at me. The lyrics are sweet, the melody is interesting, and the singing is decent.

Add someone signing to it, and you have the perfect little video. Enjoy…and remember that you are perfect, just the way you are.

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I Pity The Fool

As some of you know, I am a hard-core fan of the book cataloging site LibraryThing. It’s simply amazing.

Well, instead of a photo today (or, one might come later; we’ll see), I wanted to share their last blog post with you all. Enjoy!

Read LibraryThing’s blog post.

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