Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Winter Sea Glass?!



I really did not have anything to post today. 

I have been trying to do the 'responsible' thing and batch my blog posts at the beginning of each month. It's been going ok for the last 3 months...but, the holidays are here, and I am backed up.

So enjoy one of my favorite things (seaglass) during my favorite time of year (winter) at one of my favorite places (the beach).



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20 comments:

  1. I love that all your favorite things are lining up. In my world it's grumpy old people, overdue bills and so cold I don't even want to turn on the fireplace because of the draft and metal grate over there. Congrats on knowing how to and actually doing some kind of batch planing with your blog.

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    1. LOL...well...the intention was there anyway.
      Happy Wordless Wednesday!

      - Lisa

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  2. Beautiful beach. I want to see in real some day.
    Happy WW!

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    1. It will require a trip to Russia.
      It is a famous seaglass beach there.

      - Lisa

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    1. Lot's of pretty colored liquor bottles thrown overboard.

      Thanks for visiting!

      - Lisa

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  4. Where did you find so much sea glass? I'd love to visit that beach.

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    1. That is a famous seaglass beach in Russia.
      I hope to visit there one day :)

      Thanks for visiting!

      - Lisa

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  5. I see much coveted blue glass on that beach. Most of it is probably clear glass that turned blue in the sun, but when I a kid I used to find chunks of square old Milk of Magnesia bottles on the tidelands. From the days when people used the bay as a garbage dump. (At least the glass and crock refuse were pretty and ecologically neutral.)

    Robin
    Rusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit

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    1. I found a Milk of Magnesia shard one day. It is on one of my previous posts.

      Thanks for visiting!

      - Lisa

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  6. I love sea glass. Beautiful. Found you on Wonderful Wednesday.

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    1. Glad you stopped by!
      Please come back again for more seaglass posts!

      - Lisa

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  7. Wow! I've never seen sea glass like that. It's beautiful.

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    1. It is a famous Seaglass Beach in Russia.

      Thanks for visiting!

      - Lisa

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  8. Oh my gosh! I want to go to that beach!

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    1. I do too. It's in Russia.
      A long way from Florida...lol.
      Someday..........

      - Lisa

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  9. Wow what a wonderful #WW post.
    Pretty just like you.

    Have a terrific week ahead. Thank you for linking up. Look forward to seeing you this week too.

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