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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

REDnesday

Cherry World 1


What a pleasure it is each week to join Sue and her "Very Cherry World" of friends for the sharing of reds. If you stop by http://suelovescherries.blogspot.com, you will be glad you did.


That big red "T" could stand for a lot of things.  However, just for today, it is for TEXAS.


Where I live, have  not seen hummingbirds.  It has been so terribly hot, they decided not to stop in Texas. These were found in Colorado a few years ago.  Plenty of them around there.



16 comments:

The French Hutch said...

Hi LV,
I love hummingbirds. We see them for a little while, mostly when my flowers are blooming. Your big red T is perfect for celebrating with Sue for Rednesday! Have a lovely evening.

~Emily
The French Hutch

DearHelenHartman said...

We didn't see many hummingbirds this year either but that red T would surely draw some attention!

Chenille Cottage said...

Happy Rednesday, sweet friend!
Smiles,
Carolynn

Jane Valentine said...

I was going to say that we have a load of them here and then read Colorado. Yes, this is where I am from. I do enjoy the little green breast hummingbirds that swarm around our feeder. Have a marvelous week.

Betsy Adams said...

Hi LV, The big T could also stand for TENNESSEE.... ha...

Our hummingbirds finally came to visit--and I am enjoying watching them and feeding them.

Hugs,
Betsy

Mecky said...

I have never seen Hummingbirds around my house, but my in-laws use to get a few. My aunt in MO will get several at a time. I just love to sit and watch them! The last two Summers, it has been so hot here, too, that they probab;y don't want to stick around very long!

Happy Rednesday!

Ann said...

I am right not watching the Biggest loser, and they are in Texas.

Jill said...

I'm in Ontario - the hummingbirds disappeared here for most of the summer but they're back now!

ThrifterSisters said...

I love the big red T! I just started colleting old letters and would love to have found that:-)

Erica

Little Susie Home Maker said...

Big Red T! I love that. I made my own hummingbird feeder this year and have happily seen a little visitor all summer long! They are the most amazing little birds!! I live in Colorado and hadn't had as many out here on the plains before, but this year has been a nice surprise!
Blessings,
Susie

Eileen said...

We don't have many hummingbirds around here this year, either. Seeing this reminds me I need to replenish and rehang by bird feeders. :)

Style Higher™ said...

Hi LV! I found you in the comments of another blog, nice to meet you. I agree that every birthday and friends are truly a blessing.

Have a beautiful day. :-)

Rachel
StyleHigher.com

George said...

If your 'T' had a little more orange in it, it could stand for Tennessee! We are finally seeing hummingbirds around our house.

Ann said...

Hooray for Texas!!!! Great red T. Hummingbirds haven't been around here either this summer.
Ann

Mary said...

Lovin' that Texas T !!! Happy Rednesday

Annesphamily said...

I have a pair of doves who sit on the telephone line in the backyard. They coo at us when we walk outside! Hummingbirds are so amazing! They will die if their wings stop humming! I think they are a good example of the existence of God!