35 comments on “Color Your World – Banana Mania

  1. oh yellow is so happy!! love your title!!

  2. Brenda says:


  3. Sunny and funny choices!!!

  4. Sue Slaght says:

    So much bright yellow! Makes me smile on this snowy day.

  5. Definetely the colour we need right now πŸ˜€ Pawkisses for a Sunny Sunday πŸ™‚ ❀

  6. Cecilia says:

    Totally great post! I love yellow!

  7. I must confess yellow is not one of my favorite colors, but I love these picture. The antique car is awesome!

  8. Paula says:

    Gorgeous creamy yellow. I love that car shot!

  9. kittiesblue says:

    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.

  10. Lignum Draco says:

    They don’t make cars like that anymore!

  11. prior.. says:

    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.

      • prior.. says:

        oh squash?? do you eat them

        • The flowers or the squash! πŸ˜‰ 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!

        • prior.. says:

          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! πŸ™‚

        • prior.. says:

          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….

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