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Monthly Archive: July 2019

The week that was #SkywatchFriday 11

The week that was #SkywatchFriday

It’s been a long while since I posted three posts in a week . Part of the reason was sheer laziness and lack of inspiration. Part of it was my bouts of different viruses ( or is it virusi ?...

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Another Mango Tree #ThursdayTreeLove

Sometime ago I shared a post of a stump of a mango tree. Today I’m sharing the photo of its replacement – a stripling in comparison to the magnificent mango tree that dominated my father’s garden. Despite being a young...

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Dizzy Heights #WordlessWednesday

With skyscrapers being more the norm than the exception, many workers have to scale dizzy heights to keep exteriors clean. My heart was in my mouth as I saw these two men cleaning the wall of a building across from...

Friday sky in a monsoon lull #SkywatchFriday 10

Friday sky in a monsoon lull #SkywatchFriday

  The monsoon always makes for beautiful skies when shaded clouds play with the sun. This week we’ve had a lull in the monsoon. The sunsets have been pretty brilliant but unfortunately I’ve been unable to capture any. Today I...

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First day of school

The children are really sprouting wings as they begin school

Growing Laundry 16

The curious case of the rocking chair and the laundry

Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does the laundry grow? Upon my teak wood rocking chair From none to ten and more!   To paraphrase a popular nursery rhyme, I’m amazed at how the laundry in my house just seems to...

Stumped! #ThursdayTreeLove 6

Stumped! #ThursdayTreeLove

  Last week my brother sent me this photo of a tree stump that left me with mixed feelings. This was part of a mango tree that had stood on the property long before any of us had set foot...

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Mushrooming joys #WordlessWednesday

The kids were excited to see mushrooms sprouting everywhere in the garden

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