Saturday, November 17, 2012

Super Saturday - memes....

For Six Word Saturday
nine days of kids at home!

For this week's Quote It over at Freda's blog,


For  Saturday Snapshot and for Round Robin Challenge: The White Stuff




Cherry flowers from our backyard and the brahmakamalam at my aunt's garden in Bangalore, India



51 comments:

  1. oh I love the quote at the top - so true!

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  2. That's a great quote! Think I'm going to steal it! Very pretty flowers.

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    1. sure, go ahead, i stole it too, from somewhere else onto my Pinterest board and then here

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  3. If I had kids at my home for nine days...I'd move.

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  4. Fantastic post! I'm particularly fond of the quote.

    If your interested, here's my Quote it Saturday post.

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  5. Lovely flowers! And I like the quote too!

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  6. I know I'm in the wrong place, but I don't care! I love the brahma-watchacallit.

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    1. :) the brahmakamalam blooms only once a year and only at night, for about 3 hours...and that makes this bloom extra special for me

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  7. Great quote, so true, and love your white shot. I just remembered mine needs to be posted! EEEK!

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    1. i found Round Robin on your blog! and will visit your shot in white soon

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  8. love the quote... and having nine days with kids is heaven (at least for the first three or four :)

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    1. totally agree with you...it is heaven, as long as it can be

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  9. I am sure you will find lots to keep the kids busy.

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    1. i am hoping so else i will end up being very busy

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  10. Wow, the bottom flower almost looks feathery. It's gorgeous!

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    1. thanks.. that is indeed a sight worth seeing..and the photos do not do justice

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  11. Both sets of flowers are beautiful, but I like the last photo the best - so exotic looking!

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  13. Beautiful white flowers!
    Sue (from the Round Robin Photo Challenge)

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  14. Brainstorming plays for children.I love the white flowers. How long will brahmakamalam last if place on a bowl or vase? Is it fragrant?

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    1. edgar, the brahmakamalam blooms only once a year, during the night and the bloom lasts only for 3 to 4 hours, so no bowl or vase for it.. you could keep it but not for too long.. and yes, it is fragrant..

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  15. Lovely flowers...especially the one from India! Amazing!

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  16. My hair would be white with all those kids!

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  17. Beautiful photos. There must be a day's allowance in all that icing and decoration. My Snapshot is at http://goo.gl/qkrST

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  18. Thank you for putting the link in for the second flower. It's so perfect it looked ornamental!

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    1. unfortunately, it lasts only for sometime once picked and even on the plant, it lasts only for 3 to 4 hours after it blooms (at night once a year)

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  19. Are you grey yet? Nine days...love your white.

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  20. Hi, and thanks for participating in the Round Robin Photo Challenges! Excellent work on the flower shots. I especially like the second one. Thanks for showing them to us!

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    1. thank you for hosting... this is my first time at Round Robin so do let me know if there is something i miss to do

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