Friday, December 19, 2008

Wreath

Longwood Gardens, PA
December 30, 2007
Photograph copyright Vanessa V. Kilmer

28 comments:

  1. The wreath is lovely. I hope that your holidays are wonderful, Nessa

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  2. But they are prickly and scratchy when used as a toilet seat.

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  3. Molly: I hope yours are wonderful, too.

    Tom: Always thinking of your tushie.

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  4. That's about the fanciest necklace I've ever seen ! I would have to take lots of Benedryl before wearing it to the Christmas party since I'm a bit allergic to evergreen, but it would go nicely with my dress.

    If I don't get back over before Christmas, have a healthy, safe, and happy hollyday.

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  5. I thought the flowers were bleeding hearts until I clicked on it to enlarge. Orchids? That's a pretty high styling wreath!

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  6. I like it, maybe I should have one. Lovely...

    take care nessa ;)

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  7. What are the flowers> They look like bleeding hearts.

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  8. Swampy: It's good that it's at someone else's house.

    Jeff: They special in exotic orchids there.

    Quilly: Yeah.

    Iriz: I wish one for you.

    Mizmel: They are orchids.

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  9. lovely photgrafy - aureola of flowers filled with happiness and love . Merry Christmas for You and your friends! (and)

    ¨"On this day the child is born;rejoice and celebrate,love and share.Let your heart be filled with peace.To all of you that read my post I wish very merry Christmas. May your Christmas be joyful,peaceful and bright,and filed with love of Holy Night.It is now up to each one of us to share the light and flame generated by the birth of this child.

    « ( Isaiah 9:2, 6 )
    A light will shine on us this day,The Lord is born for us:he shall be called Wonderful God,Prince of Peace,Father of the world to come;and his kingship will never end.» steven may

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  10. Beautiful, I love wreaths. They're not just for Christmas, or shouldn't be!

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  11. What do you say about a wreath ? It is beautiful. It is round. It is a bit different.
    You do know that in the "old days" they used to put wreaths on the doors of houses when somebody died and not just at Christmas.

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  12. Merry Christmas Nessa...love that wreath.

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  13. That's beautiful.

    I hope that you have a wonderful Christmas and a creative and peaceful new year Nessa.

    Hug and LOL

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  14. As Charlie Brown might say...Good wreath...

    Merry Christmas Nessa. Hope to see you for more fun on the other side...

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  15. Merry Christmas, Nessa!
    Hoep your new year is beautiful.

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  16. You are about to be removed from my blog roll!!! It’s nothing personal…I’m restarting for 2009 this Thursday. Were you at the top of the list in 2008? If not, here’s your chance to be. A single comment gets you on my blog roll. Keep commenting and you’ll stay at the top. Hope to see you in 2009!

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  17. Hey Nessa, Happy New Year! Warm wishes from a warm clime...and then some.

    My word verification word is kiesses...so kisses! and hugs!

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  18. Beautiful shot! Wanted to pop in and wish you a happy new year!

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  19. That's beautiful!

    I've been a poor visitor recently, but I want to wish you all the best in 2009.

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  20. Nessa hon, do you want another 100 or was that the 100 you should have gotten from me already in the first order? If it's a second one I should have your stuff and will invoice you again.

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  21. Oh MY...what a beautiful wreath. Makes me want to snatch it off the door and run, lol!
    Sandi

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  22. A wreath is a symbol of eternal life, no beginning, no end. This one is especially beautiful!

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  23. Hope all is well in your world. Rabbit Rabbit, and welcome to February.

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