Color Your World – Banana Mania Feb3 by Linda Arthur Tejera Rate this:Share this:PinterestFacebookEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
oh yellow is so happy!! love your title!!
I love yellow, too! It’s so vibrant! 😀
Thanks, Rabirius! Happy weekend! 😀
Thanks. Happy weekend to you too!
Thanks! Hugs 🤗
Sunny and funny choices!!!
Thanks, Johanna! I just never know what I’ll find! 🍌🌞
So much bright yellow! Makes me smile on this snowy day.
How odd. I just found this in my WP spam folder. Hmph. Anyway, glad I found it and thanks for stopping by, Sue! 😀 Have a bright and sunny day! (It’s raining here at the moment!)
Linda I seem to be in a lot of spam folders these days. Thanks for rescuing me!
Count on me! 👍
Heehee 😉 Love that song!
Definetely the colour we need right now 😀 Pawkisses for a Sunny Sunday 🙂 ❤
I’m in agreement. We’ve got cloudy ⛅️ today with a good chance of rain! 😽
Totally great post! I love yellow!
Thank you, Cecilia, for your visit and compliment! Yellow is definitely a cheerful color! 😀
I must confess yellow is not one of my favorite colors, but I love these picture. The antique car is awesome!
Thanks, Rosa! You sound like me with orange! LOL! That car was gorgeous! 😉
Gorgeous creamy yellow. I love that car shot!
It’s a gorgeous vehicle, Paula! Here’s to a fabulous weekend! 🤗
To you too, Linda!
The vintage car looks terrific. The yellow is so nice to see during the gloomy days of winter. When I was a young girl, bright yellow was my favorite color and the color of my bedroom walls.
Thanks, Janet! Yellow is such a cheery color (in my book!). I’m in the process of trying to put together some Caturday art at the moment! Wish me luck! LOL!
They don’t make cars like that anymore!
So true, Lignum. But I’m glad there are those who have the time, money, and know-how to “remake” them! 😀
love the title and each pic has such a diverse mood. like the daffodils the most because they feel a tiny bit aged… yet still glowing
Thanks! The flowers are actually squash blossoms on a vine. I should have used daffodils. I can’t believe how early they’ve arrived around here. I bet it’s nearly a month earlier than last year.
oh squash?? do you eat them
The flowers or the squash! 😉 Either way, they were our neighbors and they never did share. I have heard you can eat the blossoms, but what do I know? LOL! I do eat squash, though!
I meat the flowers…. and my sister’s MIL makes a little fritter with the flowers and it tastes so good. – and if your neighbor grows these – well then you should be able to quite easily….
I had to stop growing squash and zuchinni because of a certain pest in our area – but it was fine – and then took a few years of almost nothing – just onions and herbs came back on their cycle – but this year I hope to do a few peppers at least – are you having a garden ?
I would absolutely love to have a garden. We’ve talked about it and that’s about as far as we’ve gotten. I’ve got a spot picked out but I’ve got to see if it would get enough daylight sun. I’ve never actually had a garden. I think it would be fabulous to grow and store our own food. I’m wishing I was about 20 years younger! HA! 🙂
well I hear ya – and my tip is to START SMALL> and if you feel reluctant – start with a pot of one item.
also – because you have so much nature and wild critters – a raised bed that can be covered would be ideal.
but check into container gardening to get you started – it is easy on the back and has so many perks….