Sunday, 6 July 2014

Silent Sunday - July 6th 2014



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  1. Wow! Love that idea of a "Silent Sunday" posting! And you also educated me on what a 'gite' is. If you don't mind me asking - just curious - where did you move from? :)

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    1. Hi Elly and thanks for commenting. I sometimes forget that readers from other parts of the world may not know what a gite is but hopefully through this blog at least they can learn! We moved from England to France so not too far. If you want to join in this Silent Sunday link go to cosmicgirlie.com where every Sunday you can add a link back to a picture you have taken in the previous week that in some way sums up your week.

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    2. Love the idea of Silent Sunday ... Where I come from (popping in from Israel) Sunday is anything but silent. It's a regular weekday/workday ... lots of noise and traffic with people taking a plunge into the new week, if they didn't do so already on Saturday night.
      Love what you are doing! HUGS <3

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    3. Yes, I can imagine Israel being rather noisy on a Sunday - the Silent here though refers more to the picture than the day with no pictures in the linkies having any words to go with them. it is just the picture that tells the story.

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  2. What colors?! Yummy click...I'm curious about the Silent Sunday concept too. Will check out the site :)

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    1. Thank you Vinodini - maybe I'll see you on Silent Sunday soon!

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  3. That looks delicious and healthy!

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    1. Thank you Lucy. It certainly was both :)

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  4. Looks scrumptious :) I like it.

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  5. That lots so colourful and healthy lol. Makes me want to go and grow things.
    Sunday best wishes from jollyjillys x

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  6. Fabulous colours and so very healthy!

    Nipping over from Silent Sunday.

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  7. Oh wow Rosie, that looks amazing. Bet it tasted awesome too :)

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  8. Healthy Saturday is silently mouth watering.

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  9. I don't know what that is but I'd really like it on my plate please :)

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    1. Mangetout, French beans, tomatoes, basil, red onions and raspberries with a raspberry vinegar and olive oil dressing :)

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  10. All home grown i know it will be clever lady #suundayphoto

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  11. Lovely healthy, bright colours :)

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  12. That looks so tasty. I love all the colours and the very interesting mix of flavours x

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  13. Silent Sunday sounds like a great idea. A week in a picture. I think I will join you next week with a picture that requires no words and kind of tells about my week.

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    1. Look forward to seeing your picture - if you tweet about it with #SilentSunday I am more likely to see it.

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  14. Yummy! Is that a raspberry I see hanging out at the bottom left? I hope you have a great Sunday!

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  15. Ohh that all looks so tasty! Love the colours!

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  16. Mmmm that looks so yummy! All homegrown? x #SilentSunday

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  17. Tasty! Love bright, colourful meals...always make me feel like they are healthier!

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  18. Wow, this looks so pretty and tasty I bet. Happy Sunday x

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  19. Now that looks very inviting and so colourful.

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  20. healthy and looks delightful :)

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  21. Very healthily colourful...no E numbers there! :)

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  22. YUM YUM YUM What a great story your picture tells!

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  23. Rosie:

    I am so embarrassed! I said earlier that you did not post in the UBC Facebook - but I was just cleaning out my spam comments and for some reason your post was in there! I am so sorry, Jina (http://masabicou.com)

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    1. No worries, Jina - I just had a picture of it floating around in the ether somewhere and never finding a place to settle!

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  24. gorgeous shot. love the colours. it just zings out at you..

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  25. Oh that looks wonderful and home grown too! Always wanted to move to France but it's a massive step!

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