Thursday, September 05, 2013

Show and Tell Friday

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Martha's Vineyard June 2006

Welcome to Show and Tell Friday!  With the long holiday weekend last weekend, I lost track of time this week and Show and Tell Friday just sneaked up on me and I am not prepared!  I have to say though...I do love these short work weeks! 

I really have nothing new to share this week so I'll just share an old favorite photo of mine that I took on a trip to Martha's Vineyard back in 2006.  I just love the roses on this fence!  ...sigh

Thanks to all of you that join in on Show and Tell Friday every week and thanks to all of you who leave such nice comments!

If you are joining in on Show and Tell Friday, please remember that your Show and Tell needs to be something from your home or garden. If you would like to join in, please enter your name and leave your exact Show and Tell blog post link, not just your blog link and as a common courtesy link back to my blog.



Karen said...

If only my roses looked like that! thanks for hosting Cindy. Have a great weekend.

Kathy said...

I do too! Especially when everyone can be off - it does throw the days off a bit though! Always a delight to join your party,

Tammy N said...

Such beautiful roses. This is always a great party. Thanks for hosting!

Kathryn Ferguson Griffin said...

Thanks for hosting! Have a happy weekend. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

Curtains in My Tree said...

I enjoyed my Holiday weekend

my roses were beautiful early spring with the cool weather and rain now the are dried up from the heat

Madonna/aka/Ms Lemon of Make Mine Lemon said...

Thanks again for hosting and letting me join in. And you a right, the roses on the fence is gorgeous.

Madonna/aka/Ms Lemon of Make Mine Lemon said...

You are right - the roses on the fence Are gorgeous, not is. I have a love/hate relationship with spellcheck.

Unknown said...

love this party! thanks for hosting :)

curiositaellya said...

Thank you so much for the party Cindy.
Have a great week end.


Sarah said...

Beautiful photo, Cindy. Wouldn't it be nice to spend a long weekend on the Vineyard? '-)


How gorgeous is that fence with those stunning roses! I know, when weeks are short you loose it somehow, we are creatures of rutine, aren't we? Thanks for hosting this lovely party.
Big hugs,

Unknown said...

Awe... I do love a short week!

Thank you for hosting!

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

The roses are gorgeous! Thanks for hosting each week :) Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

Jeannie and Linda said...

Hi Cindy, your roses are always so beautiful. Thank you so much for hosting each week. Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

GnomeLover said...

Thank you for hosting!


Decor To Adore said...

How I dream of having a fence like that! Thank you for hosting.

Patty Rumaker said...

Thanks for hosting. So many great links!
Thanks, Patty at Home and Lifestyle Design

Kameel huise tussen spore said...

Thanks for hosting your rose is stunning.
Love from South Africa

Stan and Jody Gabara said...

Lovely Roses! Thanks so much for hosting! Happy Friday!


Anonymous said...

Great party Cindy! Thanks for hosting. Have a wonderful weekend!
Sharon and Denise

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Anonymous said...

Beautiful roses, Cindy, and thank you for always hosting your party.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Unknown said...

Thanks so much for the link party!

Lee Caroline - A World of Inspiration said...

Thank your for this weeks party Cindy,as always lots of lovely inspiration, I am off to visit some of the posts shortly. Its 10pm at night here, I guess everyone is asleep your end. I have actually had a computer free day which is surprising so catching up tonight.

I have shared a couple of colourful interiors today. Next week I hope to share my own guest bedroom makeover if I can take all the photos.


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curiositaellya said...

Thank you so much Kim.
Have a great week end.


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