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Friday, October 22, 2010

So glad it is Friday...

I am so glad for Friday this week!  These are just a few scenes from my week.  Happy Weekend!


 For those of us who grew up in the mountains, far away from where the Spanish Moss grows,
 I believe it holds special magic and mystery.


12 comments:

  1. I agree! Spanish moss is mysterious. Have a great weekend!

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  2. Yes, mysterious and beautiful. When I was little and would spend time in Savannah and SSI, I would always bring some spanish moss home with me. I wanted so badly for it to grow in my trees at home. Your pictures are beautiful.

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  3. Nice to see the south this week Michelle. Its sunny but cold here today, most of the beautiful leaves are down and whistling along the streets and yards ready to be raked. Not a hint of spanish moss here.

    Enjoy your weekend.

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  4. Hi Michelle,
    Just stopped by and I'm glad I did. Your pictures are beautiful!Spanish moss always was intriguing to me. I loved how it just draped on the trees.
    I was born and raised in Schenectady, NY and now live in Williamsville, near Buffalo. I will soon be moving to Texas. I think every place has its beauty.
    Thank you for sharing what's going on in the south.

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  5. It looks so nice...and SUNNY there!

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  6. I still get excited when I see Spanish Moss on my travels. I guess it must be too cold for it here.

    Beautiful photos!! Enjoy your weekend.

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  7. Beautiful pictures! I love trees dripping with spanish moss.

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  8. That moss holds a whole lot more than "mystery". I remember many a summer day, playing in moss (Florida) as a little girl and having bug bites all over me. Mama would say,"uh huh, I know where you've been". ROFL!!!!

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  9. Oh my, so beautiful! Is that your home? If so, I may burst into song with the theme from Gone With the Wind!
    Carol

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  10. I love Spanish moss. I didn't grow up around it. But fell in love with it when I moved to Louisiana. Our property had lots of it. We now live near Lake Houston and our community has spanish moss but not nearly as much as we had in Louisiana. The pictures are awesome!!!

    My husband and his friends use to hold it up to their chins and say they were ZZ Top when they were kids. :)

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  11. Oh, I LOVE Spanish moss. While Raleigh is beautiful in it's own way, there is something so awesome about the South Carolina landscape!

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