Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Morning Dew Drops....




This morning was also a foggy one....

Once again the flowers and foliage around the cottage....

Were covered in moisture....

Very pretty....indeed....







A few shells my boyfriend has collected....

Surprisingly....

Very few shells on the beach this year....

Lots of coral and "dead mans fingers" though.....hahaha!



Here is a pile he has also collected...


Here is the beach this afternoon...

There is a lady that sits here everyday...all bundled up....scary!

Hope you all had a great day....

Any warmer up there?

Have some yellow,red and green peppers, with onion slices sautéing....

Some beef and chicken marinating....

Lettuce shredded....salsa ready....

It is FAJITA NIGHT at the beach cottage!

Beef for him.....Chicken for moi!

Will take a few pics....maybe! Hahaha!

Enjoy your evening....

Thanks for hanging in there with me....

               Cheers!   :o)
                 linda 

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    1. I think we all do Ivy......thanks!

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  2. It is a neat little life..
    We see so many people we don't know..but know ..on our deserted beach..We chat for a few minutes and continue on..We do have long time aquaintances now..and keep in touch and love seeing each other..yet keep our privacy..
    They are friends:)
    All difeferent countries..provinces..
    I do so love the beach.
    And Jo-Anns:)

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    1. Yes, I know what you mean Monique....
      There is a couple in the identical cottage next door....from Ohio....will see them next year!
      I love Joann's too!

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  3. You found some beautiful flowers for us ~ thank you.
    Like the menu (both choices) .. .
    Have you spoken to the lady? . . .
    She might be an interesting character.
    Hope you can get your flip flops in use again soon . . . . :)

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    1. Hi Eddie....
      No problem...glad you enjoyed them..
      Dinner was good...no pics!
      No...have not spoken to her...we'll see....
      Still wearing the Flipflops....never say die! Hahaha!

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  4. How come you're not showing us your furry hair? haha. :) (mine does the same thing!)
    Love the dinner choice...sounds really good. Many of my dinners start off with sauteing onions and peppers, it seems.
    Hope the fog burns off and you have some lower humidity. Still cold here...more snow coming tonight!

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    1. Are you kidding me? Hahaha! No one would ever visit again! Hahaha!
      I looked like Hermie from Rudolph! Sticking up at the sides!
      It is true about the onions and peppers....like the trio of carrot,celery and onion for soups!
      Stay warm!

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  5. Oh Linda, I love how your camera can can pick up the drops of water so beautifully. Dinner sounds good. I took the easy path tonight. Michel (our daughter) gave me a Harry David Christmas basket, and it had a Potato/Corn chowder mix. Just add onion, garlic, bacon, half n half, and chicken broth. It was creamy thick and delicious.

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    1. I do have a wonderful camera....has the macro built right in...and the zooooom!
      Soup sounds good and hearty!

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  6. Perhaps the lady is the Floridian equivalent of the French Lieutenant's Woman ?
    Jane x

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    1. Staring out to sea waiting for her lover to come home.
      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082416/plotsummary?ref_=tt_ov_pl
      Jane x

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    2. I got it ~ saw the film which was great . . .
      Methinks that lady will be waiting a long time . . . rofl

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  7. Lovely photos ! Oh I like your boyfriends collection there lots to bring home . Supper sounds delish ! Thanks for sharing oh and not that much warmer here yet unfortunately lol Have a good day !

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    1. If they don't smell too much, they will go to the cottage at home!

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  8. I love all those flower shots. What a great thing to be able to see some greenery and some colour. And, of course, the ocean!

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    1. A lot more hibiscus open this am.....must go out and see them up close!

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  9. sounds like you're having a wonderful time! Beautiful blossoms,

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  10. Wasn't sure if you had come home yet until I saw those gorgeous tropical flowers. What a lucky gal you are. And cooking=love for you to do it on vacay! For me, too, but I get easily swayed by a new restaurant!!!

    Jane xxx

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    1. Still here Jane....few more weeks to go....
      Don't mind cooking....then I enjoy eating out so much more!

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  11. Beautiful flowers - we're in need of some colour. Dinner sounds very yummy.
    Took my Dad to "Blithe Spirit" tonight at the Princess of Wales Theatre - it was his Christmas present. Starred Angela Lansbury and she was absolutely magnificent. 89 years young. What a terrific show.
    Okay... I always have to laugh at those who say, "There are so few shells on the beach each year." It's because everyone is collecting them and taking them home! :-)

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    1. So nice to spend time with your Dad....you are indeed lucky♥️
      Ha! I guess that is why there are no shells....you are right!

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  12. What fun Linda - we are in plant synchronization: we have every one of those plants in our garden!
    But no dead man's fingers.
    Which is probably a good thing - we are quite a way from the sea. xx

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    1. Yes....hahaha! Glad no dead mans fingers!
      I love tropical plants....especially planted in the ground!
      How are you?

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    2. I am going well, thank you, Linda. Wishing the summer would end! Hope all is well with you too.

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    3. Wishing the summer would end? NEVER!

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  13. Beautiful pictures! It is raining and grey again here today. I am fed up of the rain. Thoroughly fed up!! So, it is great to come and see your pretty things and the nice cheery colour!! xx

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    1. Oh dear....I hope it stops raining for you....but....you do have some garden activity, right? And they need the rain....

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  14. We put our "collections" in jars... for each trip to the beach. Love the coral pieces. The plants and flowers are so beautiful. We had snow yesterday... I'm ready for spring. blessings ~ tanna

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    1. I have oodles in my powder room at home...designated as the beach bathroom!
      Snow in Texas? Oh my.....

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  15. All look beautiful Linda, big hugss!!!
    xoxoxo

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    1. Gloria Dear... how come I only get small hugs from you?

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    2. Blue.....really? Hahaha!
      Gloria adores my wee Miss V you know.....

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  16. A flower every hour...
    Beats daily shower...
    Well, maybe not
    But your pics look cool

    Hi Linda!

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    1. Hi Blue....
      The flowers are beautiful......yes?

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  17. Hi Linda! Still looking a bit grey your way. Hopefully sunshine soon! We got 5" snow last night - it is so pretty
    even though I'm stuck at home. Kids up and down on sleds, front hill of my house. So many colorful hats!
    You have some amazing blooms in your yard. Thank you for sharing their beauty! (smile)
    {{Hope both of you are better now.}}

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    1. Hey Dixie.....yes....another dull gloomy one for sure...
      SNOW? Well, how about that!
      We are....thank you!
      How are you?

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    2. Five inches? Good gosh, that's but a dusting.

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