Friday, October 15, 2010

Green Friday

Living in the country ... and after all the beautiful rain we've been having ... there is green as far as the eye can see.

Here are a few more green things I found around the house.

Happy Green Day!

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marina said...

We have lots of green here too! Hope it lasts.
I love the green hexies and the green frog.

Robyn G. said...

Fantastic Narelle!!
Lots of green to be seen :-)
Love the froggy and the beautiful mint *sniff sniff squeeze*
It's very green here too now after all the rain.
Thanks for playing along again...ahh such fun xx

clare's craftroom said...

Happy green day to you too !

Cheryll said...

We drink the same GrEeN peppermint tea. I'm green with envy.. haha

Melody said...

Lots of lovely green things, especially the hexies. Happy Green Day too.

Karen said...

Hi Narelle. Love the green pics. I am amazed at how many things around the home are green.
The hexies look great, too!

Annette said...

Hi Narelle
Love all your greens especially Mr Frog. Never even thought of taking a photo of the garden hose...silly thing is I use it every day:-)
Catch up with you next week

Stephanie said...

Love your green collage. I've been scrolling through your blog enjoying all of the beautiful color and photos.

Carrie P. said...

Fun! I see that green frog peeking out. Saw it one on another blog. Love your green quilty things too.

Brigitte said...

Green is my favourite colour.

Bev C said...

Hello Narelle,

Oh you got the rubbish bin in, I did take a phot of mine but didn't include it. Lots of green at your home. Enjoy the weekend.

Vivian said...

Such a nice group of greens, found in such a variety of places. I'm going to ask a silly question. Is that a real frog?

Valentina said...

Loving your greens!
I am so happy I finally made it, Narelle, your green collection is fantastic!
Thrilled to see your hexies, of course, and your one-block wonder is breathtaking!
But your mint steals the show!
Can't wait for your oranges tomorrow!

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