Sunday, December 28, 2014

Blue, Blue Monday

Smiling Sally

Now this is dedication! How many would give blog a thought when in the hospital.  Sally, you are an amazing lady, sick or well.  So glad to see you can still have a smile.  Everyone join me in wishing Sally a speedy recovery at

I know there is a song this title, but what significance this has with it do not know. The blue caught my eye.

Take care Sally and wishing you much better days ahead.


In the Company of Me said...

The blue stripes surely grabs your attention! I hope you are doing well. This is my first visit to your blog and surely be back for more. Wishing you a prosperous 2015!

Ginny Hartzler said...

Sorry about Sally, but your blues are lovely.

Bethany Carson said...

Praying Sally feels better soon. Nice post.

TexWisGirl said...

i hope your friend gets better soon!

Unknown said...

lovely blue rose.
happy holidays.

Nanna said...

happy Blue Monday, so glad Sally is on the road to recovery!


jp@A Green Ridge said...

Hoping Sally recovers fully and quickly!...:)JP

Chubby Chieque said...

What a thoughtful lady.

Yes, Sally is absolutely awesome lady too.

I am praying and wishing her all the best. Everything will be fine and I feel it.

God is good all the time.

Have a peaceful New Year, Maam LV,

DougPhoto2009 said...

A nice acknowledgement of Sally. Happy New Year. Thanks for sharing.

Adam said...

nice blue rose

Unknown said...


Leovi said...

I love these beautiful mirrors!!

bj said...

Your blues are wonderful, LV...just like you. :)
hugs, bj

Annesphamily said...

Beautiful shares LV! I have a silk rose that looks so similar to your beautiful rose here. I like all these blues and I am with you, that Sally is a gem! God Bless her and keep her well! She is never going to stop looking for blue! Hugs to you and Happy New Year! I wish you many blessings and much good health. Hugs, Anne

Anne Seltmann said...

Blue Bayou is a 1961 book written by Roy Orbison and Joe Melson song
Bayou is a common term for slow-flowing or standing water.
The word "bayou" is probably due to an Indian word back (about Choctaw "Bayuk" for "small stream.

I hope I could help you a little!

I wish you a Happy New Year 2015



Minoru Saito said...

Hi1 How fantastic the blue rose photo! Mother nature could not make blue roses. Thanks for sharing.

Jeanne said...

Hi LV, I sent Sally's address to you this morning. I pray she is doing better by now.

Love your blue rose and the song is not familiar but the blue is great. HA!

Happy New Year with wishes for good health joy and peace.

Sue McPeak said...

I have missed Blue Monday for several weeks now, and didn't know about Sally. Will stop by and wish are a 'Get Well Soon'. Just wanted to stop by and say Happy New Year. Hope to get back to our shared Memes in 2015.
Sue at CollectInTexas Gal

Catherine said...

I am happy to keep Sally in my prayers.
I hope that you have a Happy and Blessed New Year. xo Catherine

SmilingSally said...

Hi La Voice,

Sorry that it took me so long to comment, but I’m home from the hospital now and using a new laptop.

Thanks for your good wishes.

Happy Blue Monday!