For Six Word Saturday
nine days of kids at home!
For this week’s Quote It over at Freda’s blog,
Source: moneysavingmom.com via Vidya on Pinterest
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
50 thoughts on “Super Saturday – memes….”
oh I love the quote at the top – so true!
thank you Alyson
That's a great quote! Think I'm going to steal it! Very pretty flowers.
sure, go ahead, i stole it too, from somewhere else onto my Pinterest board and then here
If I had kids at my home for nine days…I'd move.
Like that first one a lot.
Great quote at the top…and glorious white stuff!
Here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST
thank you Laurel
Fantastic post! I'm particularly fond of the quote.
If your interested, here's my Quote it Saturday post.
thanks, this quote makes so much sense,
Lovely flowers! And I like the quote too!
thanks for visiting..:)
I know I'm in the wrong place, but I don't care! I love the brahma-watchacallit.
🙂 the brahmakamalam blooms only once a year and only at night, for about 3 hours…and that makes this bloom extra special for me
thank you Dana
Great quote, so true, and love your white shot. I just remembered mine needs to be posted! EEEK!
i found Round Robin on your blog! and will visit your shot in white soon
love the quote… and having nine days with kids is heaven (at least for the first three or four 🙂
totally agree with you…it is heaven, as long as it can be
I am sure you will find lots to keep the kids busy.
i am hoping so else i will end up being very busy
Wow, the bottom flower almost looks feathery. It's gorgeous!
thanks.. that is indeed a sight worth seeing..and the photos do not do justice
Both sets of flowers are beautiful, but I like the last photo the best – so exotic looking!
Beautiful white flowers!
Sue (from the Round Robin Photo Challenge)
Brainstorming plays for children.I love the white flowers. How long will brahmakamalam last if place on a bowl or vase? Is it fragrant?
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..
Lovely flowers…especially the one from India! Amazing!
thank you Linda..
My hair would be white with all those kids!
Beautiful photos. There must be a day's allowance in all that icing and decoration. My Snapshot is at http://goo.gl/qkrST
Thank you for putting the link in for the second flower. It's so perfect it looked ornamental!
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)
Are you grey yet? Nine days…love your white.
🙂 not yet..thanks for visiting
Great saying and lovely flowers.
beautiful flower shots!
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!
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