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I think peoples in this time changed ,, when u give, give ,give ,give them they Accepts,, Morover,, in the Seconds they leave u alone ,, then u will be so sad .. So we have( DO) some goods 4 them , and dun wait anything From them .. just do 4 God .. (h5)

Like this pupple in the second !t will Burst

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Wishing you all a lovely weekend ahead.

 

I will catch up with everyone over the weekend, as i'm going to the Bristol Hippodrome tonight to see Abba Mania. I better hurry up and find my dancing shoes.

Andre show's off his ability to do impressions.

I think I am becoming obsessed with the perfect fit. I made this 18-24 mo + 2" of length Family Reunion dress for my nearly-3-year-old, who measures 20" around the chest (so she should fall right into that size range). I sewed my seams carefully but it was still too snug. So I ripped the side seams out and resewed them with a 1/4" seam allowance, adding an inch of width to the dress. The fit is much better, though as you can see it pulls just a tad under the arm. Maybe the armscye is too high in that size? Fabric is a stretch poplin from Fabric.com. Used graduated thread colors for the hem facing top stitching. Daughter is over the moon about her "pupple dess."

I think I am becoming obsessed with the perfect fit. I made this 18-24 mo + 2" of length Family Reunion dress for my nearly-3-year-old, who measures 20" around the chest (so she should fall right into that size range). I sewed my seams carefully but it was still too snug. So I ripped the side seams out and resewed them with a 1/4" seam allowance, adding an inch of width to the dress. The fit is much better, though as you can see it pulls just a tad under the arm. Maybe the armscye is too high in that size? Fabric is a stretch poplin from Fabric.com. Used graduated thread colors for the hem facing top stitching. Daughter is over the moon about her "pupple dess."

Koto's new friend when he visits my with my mom.

Post processed by camera itself.

Sony HX20V

Andre does what he loves!

this set was inspired by this image. I was walking home from work one rainy evening when i came by a pupple in the parking lot.

Sandy absolutely loves her milk. I absolutely love her expression here.

Sevillana, marionetas y fantasías.

Proceso.- De izqda. a drcha. :

1). Ramas y brotes.( Detalle ). Foto.

Girar 180º.

2). Siluetas. Escaneado en ByN.

3). " Teatro de...". Dibujo a mano.

 

Sevillana, puppets and fantasy.

Process.- From left to right.:

1) Branches and buds.( Det). Photo.

Rotated 180º.

2) Scanned B&W.

3) " Pupple show". Hand-Drawn.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II + Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 2/50

2008 © Henrik Lehnerer ~ All Rights Reserved ~ No Usage Allowed in Any Form Without the Written Consent of Henrik Lehnerer.

 

Glass beads, cat's eye, wire.

a passion fruit, or the fruit of a related plant.

 

에둘리스시계꽃, Granadilla, Granadilla Purple, Passion Fruit, Pupple Granadilla, 백향과, 패션프루츠, 패션프루트. 패션후르트, 패션후르츠

I love the pupple ones. I don't know why I love purple color. Perhaps purple looks romantic

Dedicated to Rebe & Dani

We didn't get snow this year for Christmas, but he was good enough(:

Spring Sprung

I know Spring is here when I see the growth of the "Purple Weed Flowers" that I use to pick for my Mom when I was just little girl...and now My grandchildren pick for me.

 

PUPPLE WEED FLOWERS are really CREEPING CHARLIE :)

Creeping charlie, or "ground ivy" (Glechoma hederacea) is an aromatic, perennial, evergreen creeper of the Mint family that thrives particularly in moist shady areas, although it will also take some sun. Native to Europe, Glechoma hederacea has naturalized in North America; it is widely encountered in most regions of the U.S.

Creeping charlie has a squarish stem that varies in length from a few inches to two feet. The color of creeping charlie's leaves also varies, from dark green to purple. The funnel-shaped flowers of ground ivy have a bluish-purple color, and the plant spreads to form a dense mat over the ground.

But far from viewing creeping charlie as a wild groundcover, landscapers usually consider it a lawn weed and try to get rid of it. Landscapers spray glyphosate-based herbicides (Roundup, for example) on creeping charlie to kill this invasive weed. There's also a well-known home remedy for killing creeping charlie that involves the use of Borax. With all this effort expended to stop this plant from growing, you may be surprised to learn that creeping charlie was intentionally brought to North America by European settlers.

Creeping charlie's medicinal qualities have been known since at least the days of ancient Greece and Rome. Galen, for instance, recommended creeping charlie for inflamed eyes, and English herbalist, John Gerard (1545-1607) recommended ground ivy for ringing in the ears, according to Botanical.com, "A Modern Herbal." The same source reports the medicinal properties of ground ivy as being "diuretic, astringent, tonic and gently stimulant. Useful in kidney diseases and for indigestion."

Never is it wise, however, to ingest any plant, medicinal or otherwise, without first becoming thoroughly informed about its properties. If you are not an expert in such matters, you may be unaware that it is only a particular part of the plant that can safely be ingested -- whether as an herbal remedy, a food, or a drink.t wasn't only as a healing herb that perennial ground ivy, our omnipresent lawn weed (Glechoma hederacea), was prized (see picture at right). Creeping charlie "was one of the principal herbs used by the early Saxons to clarify their beers, before hops had been introduced, the leaves being steeped in the hot liquor. Until the reign of Henry VIII it was in general use for this purpose. The plant also acquired the name of Gill from the French guiller (to ferment beer), but as Gill also meant 'a girl,' it came also to be called 'Hedgemaids'" (source: Botanical.com).Yet another common name for this perennial lawn weed is "catsfoot" (its leaf is the approximate shape and size of a kitten's paw). But don't let the name fool you: cats (and dogs) can get sick by eating large quantities of creeping charlie. Sometimes it is also referred to as "creeping jenny," but that nickname is more commonly reserved for Lysimachia nummularia. Incidentally, the potential for confusion inherent in such a plethora of common names is the chief argument in favor of using the scientific names of plant taxonomy.

Ground ivy, the despised lawn weed, the invasive alien that we spend so much time battling, is just such a plant. Do you enjoy the aroma of a freshly mown lawn? Most people do. Well, a patch of lawn that I regularly mow has some creeping charlie in it. And I'll tell you something: you haven't smelled anything yet until you've experienced the aroma of freshly mown creeping charlie! Truly one of the joys of summer, inhaling the aroma of these fragrant plants almost makes the chore of mowing the lawn worthwhile....

Small pupples of waterwith pins on studio day

Sandy is such a jolly munchkin, he brings so much joy into our life :)

Model:Suri;

1933,上海;

摄影:米;

后期:米

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