Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Red & Water

Backyard Reflections-
Red Alamanda bud
 Husband interrupts.. 
Oh what happened?
I'm sorry, come here
Wait..
About 80% of our blood is water
I think he heals quicker than I..being a mechanic, he credits it all to the gas and chemicals he dips his hands in, hmm?
Somebody (won't say who) has her Jaguar at my husband's repair shop next door. Well, apparently it's going to be a big job.
(always remember to check the oil in your transmission ladies)
 Can you see my puddy's reflection below?
For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face; now I know in part, but then I will know fully just as I also have been fully known.
But now faith, hope, love, abide these three;
but the greatest of these is love

14 comments:

Ginny said...

Oh, I LOVE that first picture!! Didn't know your husband is a mechanic, that would be HANDY!! Who knows why someone's immune system is better than the others, he has a thought provoking theory!

Joyful said...

Sorry someone drew blood but I couldn't make out who. I think it was your husbands. I like his saying, lol. That is funny. Very pretty plant. Is it an orchid of some kind?

rainfield61 said...

Love is like water.

We can survive with only water.

Hanne Bente said...

Hej Regina.
Flotte billeder - dejligt indlæg.
Hvor er din hund sød - jeg elsker dyr.
Ønsker dig en god onsdag.
Knus Hanne Bente♥

BlueShell said...

Have I ever said that I love your blog?...Love your template, your words, your pictures???

...and yes..."the greates of these is love!!

Hug you!

Sandra said...

ab so lute ly STUNNING first photo. I love it!!! I really do.
my hubby heals faster and he always said the same thing. but it may not be true BECAUSE hubby does not do mechanic work any more and he still heals quickly. a cut on him heals in 3 days mine take 10 day or longer. i think God made them heal quicker because they were made to fight and protect and needed to heal so they could continue. love the puddy reflection and the sweet pup
hubby loves the horses in the header, i showed it to him a couple of days ago and forgot to tell you

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Regina! I hope all is well except for your hubby's sore finger. I am sure it is healed by now. I love your images, the rose and droplets are beautiful. Nice capture of your kitty in the reflection and of course I love your doggie. Have a great evening!

Amin said...

Hello! How are You!?

Amin said...

I agree with these comments...

Anzu said...

I hope he recovers soon (・д・)σ;
Your gorgeous car is beautiful with glittery raindrops and orange light.
Moreover, Puddy's happy smile and his reflection are my favorite.

Anya said...

Your first shot is FANTASTIC
its a piece of masterwork :)
My compliments !!
You have a handy hubby
(mine was also very handy and now I must be handy with things in and outside my house ;(

And your dog and cat are so cute
give them a big hug from us
:)

Hanne Bente said...

Hello.
I have just come to wish you a good weekend.
Have spoken to my provider of my blog, but can not translate my blog, so I chose to write my English speaking friends blog in Google translate, hoping that it is translated correctly.
Hugs Hanne Bente

Joyful said...

Hi Regina, glad to hear you have started eating brown rice. I find it is quite good once you get used to it. It doesn't even look so brown once it is cooked nice and fluffy in the rice cooker.

As for the beans, I rinse and soak them for an hour or so. Then I put them along with the water in the rice cooker. They cook up quickly unlike on my stove top where it takes hours. You can probably get by without soaking the beans. I only soaked them because I'm used to doing that ;-)

Hope you're having a great weekend.

Victoria/Sweden said...

I love that first picture very much! :)

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