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Sunday, 26 January 2014

26 january






joe's tang soo do ribbons




writing or letters & notice

Jack's notice in elvish moon runes

-translated into english for those of not fluent

in elvish




on water

droplets on the red winterberries


silhouette

of grasses along the beach


38 comments:

  1. Great collection of photos! :-)

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  2. The letters/writing is so unique. Have a blessed Scavenger Hunt Sunday.

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  3. I love the picture of the grass.Nice opposite colours!
    Good sunday!
    JetteMajken

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  4. Oh elvish moon runes!

    I'd love to be fluent, in elvish! :-)

    Does Jack teach...?

    :-)

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    1. Jack is just 9 and not a teacher formally -although we do learn things from him fairly often. It is his father, Joe, who he wrote this for.

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  5. those moon runes are so cool...i used to play fantasy games and used similar...
    and what a cute message...ha. and wow on the medals at 9.

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    1. Actually, Brian those are my medals from when I was 37. The cut off age was thirty seven and I am fifty now. I was competing with much younger dudes. It was a great time but I had to stop training. Too many injuries. They get in the way of being able to fulfill your parental responsibilities unfortunately.I leave them up so the boys have something to aspire to.

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  6. Ah, beautiful, I especially like the silhouette shot.

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  7. Love the poetic flow of this post. :)

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  8. The tall grass on the beach is amazing. Especially against that blue.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  9. What absolutely beautiful pictures.. and the note....how sweet! You are blessed! Have a great Sunday! Blessings!

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  10. The sunlit grasses make me think of a summer day with a bit of a breeze.

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  11. What a lovely note for Jack's father; it must have warmed his heart.

    The swaying grasses really caught my eye. They make me feel like dancing, swaying to the music the way they do in the breeze. Beautiful.

    -Karen

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  12. Beautiful photos and a very especially love letter -

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  13. Simply beautiful, all of your photos, but most of all, Jack's note to you!

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  14. Beautiful picture of the windblown grass!! Have a grand week!!

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  15. lovely to see the sun on the elvish message :)
    I'm popping over from Sunlit Sunday.

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  16. Ah - elvish runes - my boys would have loved to know that! Huge LOTR fans here. Love your beach grass shot - our beach grass is all under snow at them moment!

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  17. Nine year olds are amazing! My little boy is now 30 and I so miss those little notes in code and the other fun things he used to do. Congrats to Joe, Jack keep writing those elvish notes...priceless, and you keep the camera handy...lovely photos! Smiles...Susan

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  18. Hi. You have some great photos. I like your choice cor ribbons. Your son's code writing is amazing. The beach photo is so pretty.

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  19. The grasses along the beach are tremendously uplifting in their motion and hue!

    Poppy

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  20. What a lovely note, I wish I was fluent in elvish, it is such a wonderful note to have.

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  21. The grass picture makes me wish for summer. Coming over from Sunlit Sunday.

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  22. Hi Kara, thank you for visiting and your sweet comment. Your photo of the red berries and the grasses are beautiful. Enjoy the week ahead. Blessings, Pamela

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  23. Especially like your photo of grasses along the beach. Dreaming of a warm beach day. Have a good week!

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  24. Great set! Love Jack's code writing! My daughter, Keira, recently created her own alphabet. She calls it Keiroglyphics. :)

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  25. Ah, a boy and his Dad is a beautiful thing....especially in code:) Medals are wonderful - images, too. xo

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  26. Lovely series of images. I love the letter and the pretty grasses. Enjoy your week ahead!

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  27. What fabulous photos ... Thanks so much for sharing them with us at Our Beautiful World!

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  28. How fun to write in Elvish! A friend of my daughter's was fascinated with Tolkien's language and learned it - she is now studying for her PhD in some obscure area of medieval language, I believe. The grasses against the blue sky are very lovely.

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  29. Great photos. I like the one with the grass the best. The contrast is beautiful.

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  30. Lovely, thanks for sharing with us at Our Beautiful World!

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  31. My favorite photo is the letters one...so very sweet.

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  32. Lovely captures. I had to smile at your letters shot. :-)

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  33. Great shots! Love the sweet letter in Elvish :-) Thank you for sharing with us at Our Beautiful World!

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Deep peace of the running wave to you.
Deep peace of the flowing air to you.
Deep peace of the quiet earth to you.
Deep peace of the shining stars to you.
Deep peace of the gentle night to you.
Moon and stars pour their healing light on you

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