Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Tuesday Takes

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all! 
First of all, I want to thank you all so much for your kind comments on my yesterday's post in relation to my having lost my camera.  I did a thorough check on the bus company's lost and found and it seems that nobody turned in a camera at all.  The way I look at it is that someone found it and perhaps needed it more than I, so I am O.K. with this.  At first, of course, it bothered me about the camera but after a short time I got used to it and just found another way to do my blog.  I actually love sharing the quotes and art, etc., of others that I find, so I really don't mind and and so glad that you all enjoy them as well.

Perhaps in the future I will be able to find a camera and be able to afford it, but for now it is fine and once again, I really appreciate you all so much and your kindness touches me deeply.  Hugs and love to you all.

The videos I have chosen for this post are:

A Just for Laughs Gag/Juste pour Rire

Dutch Clog Dance/Wooden Shoes - Andre Rieu

The Queen's March - Welsh Folk Harp Music

Hungarian Dance No 5 - 72 Note Music Box

For the following, I am providing the link sources beneath each photo.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.
















Thank you all so much for visiting me here! I always appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share.

47 comments:

  1. All good ones, Linda. Happy New Day.

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  2. You have such a great attitude about your camera! I really like the Queen's March, it is lovely. And so are you!

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    Bonjour et merci chère Linda pour ce très beau post !!!

    GROSSES BISES d'Asie jusqu'à toi !
    Bon mardi !!!!

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  4. That is a sweet and gracious thing to say about the person who has your camera Linda, and you have found another way to bring joy through your blog. It is such a pleasure to visit here :)

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  5. Thanks for your kind email yesterday. If you decide you do need a camera, the offer still stands. :)

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  6. Lovely clog dance! I've two miniature ones, souvenirs... Can't remember who gave them to me now. LOL!!!

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  7. bonjour Linda, je suis vraiment désolée que vous ayez perdu votre appareil photo.
    Je pense qu'il doit bien vous manquer.
    merci pour vos posts toujours très positifs, bonne journée
    Laurence

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  8. Yes, the Dutch can nice dancing on the wooden shoes Linda!

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  9. Bisous et douce journée il fait gris sombre ce matin ....
    au fait le carnaval ça existe dans ta ville?
    ici c'est se soir où l'on brule un "gilles" dans la ville de Binche et c'est la "fin de l'hiver" ....

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  10. Oh Linda, you can try eBay or your local charity shops, who knows, you might find some really good bargain?!

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  11. Beautiful post. I hope your day is as special as you are. :)

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  12. Hi, dear Linda! I'd love to visit Holland someday...wooden shoe? (Sorry about that. :) I remember the first time I saw a clog dance exhibition. I was working in television and we taped a group of high schoolers performing at a regional folk festival. The glorious notes coming from the harp and that marvelous music box are very soothing and I thank you for posting those clips. I agree with the wise saying reminding us that a smile goes a long way toward making people feel comfortable around us and inspiring them to help us and give us opportunities. Passion is also attractive and I am drawn to passionate people.

    Thank you again, dear Linda, and have a wonderful Tuesday!

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  13. i'm glad and really inspired about your positive attitude over your camera ... i had a friend who lost his camera once, and he was upset for many days. i hope to remember your perspective about this in future if something like this happens to me. in the meantime, i love the humorous depiction of the shark with the human underwater! :)

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  14. Chère Linda, merci de votre visite et pour le petit mot laissé.
    qui me fait bien plaisir!

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  15. If I didn't have a camera I would think my throat was cut :) you are doing a wonderful job finding another way to post on your blog.
    I like the elderly lady laughing.
    The harp is a wonderful, a favourite of mine.

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  16. Je compatis pour la perte de ta caméra.
    Merci pour tous tes posts très agréable à regarder. Bonne journée tout de même

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  17. Hi Linda, I am finding something wonderful in your blog each day. Thank you so much for sharing. John

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  18. Bonjour Linda,
    Je te remercie pour ces beaux partages ❤ et je te souhaite une merveilleuse journée!

    Je t'embrasse

    Manon

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  19. Oops...I am reading these in the wrong order!
    I haven't read yesterday's post yet...so was sad to hear about your camera. Those things, when they happen, can be really upsetting....believe me, I know!

    Linda, I can't begin to tell you how much your beautiful blog means to me. I always leave here feeling so uplifted...these quotes never fail to inspire me and give me a new perspective on life.
    My sincere heart-felt thanks:)
    xoxoxo

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  20. Kaikki niin hyviä. Hollantilainen tanssi ihana Kiitos Linda :)

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  21. the music box is great !

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  22. Linda, temos a mesma idade :)
    Adorei o vídeo do galã :)
    Percebo o inglês mas escrever é uma desgraça :))

    beijinho

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  23. A great post and the shark humour is brilliant!

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  24. A very good post once again. I enjoyed all the videos and quotes. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  25. I wouldn't feel too safe in those shark cages

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  26. The burping man video made me laugh!

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  27. The Australia pic is marvelous!

    Coming from a Dutch background, I've had the odd occasion to try walking in wooden shoes. It's very awkward!

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  28. My digital camera seems to be dying, so I think I'm going to have to get a new one. But I doubt I'll come up with photographs as stunning as yours. So glad you commented on my blog post about the severe cold in Virginia. But you could be even colder "up there." Wow. Such stunning photographs you've shared. They brightened my cold morning (though the sun is shining very brightly, which it hasn't done for weeks). Glad to make a new friend, Linda. I'm now a follower of you/your stunning blog. LOVE the design of it. It's truly peaceful. I know I'll enjoy stopping by. Cheers, Ann

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  29. The video of nice dance
    Greetings.

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  30. hope you will find your lost camera, wish you a wondeful Tuesday Linda

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  31. Hi Linda,
    I sure hope that your camera turns up. I dropped mine at my son's wedding and really missed it. I had to go out and get another one quickly but they are quite expensive and I have learnt to put the handle around my wrist now. Thank you for visiting me! Take care, Karen

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  32. Love the good vibes from this blog.

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  33. Linda, you have a good heart and you are so gracious to the one who may have taken your camera. You will be blessed many folds.

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  34. beautiful, all these dancers with wooden shoes, linda! :-))

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  35. Tout est superbe!!! Bise et bonne soirée tout en douceur!

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  36. The gag, don't expect it, Linda !
    Hold your hand ? Of course, my dear friend !

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  37. I like your positive outlook.

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  38. Beautiful quotes, Linda....!!

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  39. En Bretagne aussi on danse en costumes traditionnels et sabots !
    Belle soirée
    Bisous

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  40. I'm sorry you lost you camera but your post is great anyway

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  41. Someday you will get another camera, Linda.
    You have such a great attitude!

    I loved the harp music and all of the quotes are wonderful.

    Have a wonderful day!
    xxx

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  42. Ha ha ha! Like the first video! The clog shoes don't look comfortable...I'm right, they all took shoes off after the dance. The music videos are both beautiful! Especially like the harp music!

    I hope you get a nice camera soon.

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  43. What a beautiful dance of the Dutch.
    Thank you for the day's quotes.

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  44. you have a lovely attitude Linda...........

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  45. You had me with that burping video!!! When Benjamin (my youngest) was a young teenager I gave him a birthday party at a game center. We all went out to the back of my van to have a tail gate sort of picnic. I had boxes of pizzas and a cooler of carbonated beverages! These were all teenagers so they loved it! What with all that carbonation - the kids started burping! And I starting RATING them!!!! That started a tradition that we still do today - I rate their burps! Can you guess who is the all time burping champion of my four children? Amber!!! She can burp like nobody's business!!!! Just for the record, I give the sexy burping man a 7+. He was pretty good. It's rare to hear a real 10 burp - but a few people HAVE done them before!!!

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  46. I bet a lot of women would love to have that sexy guy turn on that high wattage smile for them! Having taught many, many third grade boys though, I think his burp needs improvement! LOL! Loved the shark cage joke too! Have a good Wednesday, Linda!

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  47. The Hungarian dance is very cheerful, and the harp music is beautiful. Thanks for always picking out such delightful selections for us, Linda! Good quote about us being tourists on this earth!

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