Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Tuesday's Post

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all! The videos I have chosen for this post are:

A Just for Laughs Gag/Juste pour Rire

10 lbs in One Week Cabbage Soup Recipe AKA Wonder Soup (I would try this even though I don't need to lose weight, as I love cabbage and it sounds delicious)  :)

Miniature Horse is Becoming an Internet Star

Baby Squirrel Saved from Death in Kruger (2012)

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 enjoy and appreciate reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share.

54 comments:

  1. I know a few people who went on this cabbage diet. And they DID loose weight. But if you stop eating it, you will gain it back. But if it is good, you won't stop. I love cabbage soups.

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  2. Maybe I should try the cabbage soup. I certainly have a lot of pounds to lose. Hehehehehehe!!!!

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  3. I like the little horse.

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  4. Funny gag! I also like cabbage, but I hate the way it smells when it's cooking.

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  5. bien le sauvetage dans le parc Kruger mais ils sont pas préssé ... ils vont lentement apporter la table , puis la voiture .....
    trop marrant le coup du mirco-onde :)
    bisous et douce journée

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  6. Thank you very much for this beautiful post, I loved Miniature Horse! I wish you a nice week!

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  7. Oh that cabbage soup looks really interesting.

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  8. (^‿^)✿

    Coucou chère Linda !!!

    Merci pour cette belle publication !!! J'adore !!!

    GROSSES BISES d'Asie et belle journée ! :o)

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  9. great videos! thanks for sharing!

    styleandchocolates

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  10. Cabbage soup? I think I'll stick to Minestrone. :) Re microwave gags. The other day I wasn't thinking and I put a stick of butter into the microwave to soften it up. Unfortunately, it was packed in a kind of tinfoil...sheesh! You'd a thought I'd started WWIII! But I got it out before there was a fire!

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  11. Thank you for the videos, Linda!

    Thanks for your nice comment on Golden Trumpet Tree too. :)

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  12. Oh, my the little squirrel is so cute, what an awful situation!

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  13. Hi, dear Linda! That disappearing food in the microwave gag was a great one and the facial expressions priceless. Mrs. Shady loves to cook with cabbage and I love vegetables of all kinds. If that soup helps people lose weight then so much the better. I will bring the recipe to Mrs. Shady's attention. I love the miniature horse and the story of the tiny squirrel that was saved from death snagged in a thorny tree. In each case, the animals became attached to their human caregivers. Mrs. Shady and I raised two zebra finches from hatched eggs, feeding them formula several times a day with an eyedropper. One matured into a very tame bird that eagerly jumped on my hand for daily rides, one of the best pets I ever owned.

    Thank you, dear Linda, and have a terrific Tuesday!

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  14. Coucou Linda,
    Le mini cheval avec son chapeau est totalement adorable ('◡') ♥

    Bisous

    Manon

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  15. Yea for little Thorn and the people who helped him.

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  16. Oh love the video's Linda especially the little Squirrel.
    Shammy is so adorable ..x

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  17. Thanks for the smiles, Linda. Have a great day!

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  18. i'm not sure about cabbage soups, but i'd like cauliflower soups very much! :D and here's hoping a singing bird will perch on the green trees in all our hearts :)

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  19. Thanks for all the great quotes! I especially like the last one. :) Happy Tuesday!

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  20. The gag video was great as was the miniature horse and the baby squirrel one. All the quotes were good. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  21. I like the quote with the bird in the egg

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  22. Loved the baby squirrel video, so cute.

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  23. l'image avec les oeufs et la quote me plaisent beaucoup Linda....


    greetings

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  24. For as many squirrels as we have in our yard, I have never seen a baby one. How cute is that! And, of course I loved the miniature horse!! Thanks for the wonderful things you post. The name of your blog is perfect as I always feel peaceful and at rest when visiting here.

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  25. The miniature horse is such a cutie!

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  26. cute little horse, happy Tuesday Linda

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  27. Muy bonito el vídeo de la ardilla.
    Saludos.

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  28. Very funny gag, Linda !
    Saved squirrel..., so beautiful...

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  29. Really enjoyed this post Linda!

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  30. THank you. I needed these today,

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  31. Hahahaha ... it's no fun if they steal your lunch when you are hungry.

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  32. Good advice as always. "Compassion, love and respect" is such wisdom Linda. Cabbage soup I'm not so sure about. Are there more than a few drawbacks by repute?

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  33. I may make the cabbage soup! thank you for post it on your blog, So fun to visit your blog.

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  34. The squirrels here seem to be getting more active...signs of spring?

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  35. That last quote is great and so true.
    Words spoken in anger are words that we always regret ...

    Loved the miniature horse and squirrel video

    Happy Tues Linda xx

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  36. These are wonderful as always...I always have a favorite and of course I LOVED Thorn...the baby squirrel...I hope we can follow his progress..

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  37. Priceless, Linda.

    Once again, I'm drawn to the little critters....awwwww....so cute.

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  38. the miniature horse is cute :-)

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  39. ohhhh .. the miniature horse is soooooooooo cute, linda! :-)))

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  40. haven't heard about the cabbage soup diet in years............

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  41. I like cabbage too. Not keen on the idea of eating everyday for a week though! ;-)

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  42. The videos are great, thanks for posting them Linda. Great blog!

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  43. Belos vídeos...Espectacular....
    Cumprimentos

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  44. Dear Linda - I do love cabbage soup and often make it. A favorite of mine. Love the miniature horse. I can see why he is becoming a star! The quote about gratitude was special too. I am very grateful for your blog always. Have a super day.

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  45. Need to try that wonder soup for sure! : )

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  46. A great post Linda. Loving it. - JIm

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  47. That is so profoundly true regarding the deepest wisdom springing worth from the greatest wounds. I try to learn from each wound and source of pain and use it to ultimately better my life and, where possible, help others in their own struggles, too.

    Wonderful mix of "shares" today, dear Linda.

    ♥ Jessica

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  48. I like cabbage soup. Shammy the miniature horse is like a pet dog, cute too. So thankful to the people who saved the baby squirrel. Thorn drank its milk like a baby. Thanks Linda for this wonderful post.

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  49. I just love the story of the little horse and the squirrel. Melted my heart:)

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  50. Yep it's true. Wounds bring wisdom.

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  51. Good quote about keeping a tree in our hearts.

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  52. Oh how I loved the "Ups, Downs and Roundabouts" quote...and the little horse and squirrel tale...so very touching and inspiring.:) xoxoxo

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  53. Yes...I must stay positive today. am attempting a new cookies for CNY today. Hope it turns out well :)

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