Monday, March 09, 2015

Monday Melody

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

The Oldest Person who ever Lived

Angry Swan Challenges Simon to 'Round Two'

Tangled Pigeon, High-rise Rescue

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.


Negis Art - Artist Fabian Gabor














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.

54 comments:

  1. The story about the old man is very strange for sure. He did not look that old.

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  2. (^‿^)✿

    Bonjour chère Linda ♥

    Je te remercie pour cette belle publication !!!
    SUPERBE !

    Bon lundi et pensées amicales pour toi !!!

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  3. I hope you have a wonderful week! I am still basking in the glow of a day spent with my oldest daughter. There's nothing like simple pleasures with someone you love to make life wonderful!

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  4. I had to come back and say how cool those painted on tulips are!!!

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  5. I especially liked the inspirational images/sayings (I need to remember the one about advice more ...).

    Have a great week Linda.

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  6. I love the feel of your blog and am your newest follower. Thank you for visiting me and allowing me to return your visit.
    I just heard some of your videos and found them healing and inspiring. Thank you!

    Monica

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  7. I am glad I am not in the photo booth. I enjoyed the rescue work of Simon & his team...especially in the pigeon video and also the swan's.

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  8. Yes, I love that Starfish story!

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  9. The elderly man, oh my.
    The swans, goodness the poor creatures.

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  10. Merci pour ce "Monday Melody" Tout est bien agréable à découvrir chez-toi. Bon début de semaine Linda

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  11. Bonjour

    ce matin il fait gris , triste et un peu frais , surtout après le magnifique soleil du we ....

    mais le jardin est bien fleuris , j'ai replanté me boutures de romarin et d'oeillet ....la ciboulette pousse deja aussi ....

    passe une belle semaine

    bisous

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  12. poor bird, so glad that they saved it.

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  13. Good Monday Morning Linda! Stopping by to say hello and wish you a wonderful week. I loved the Starfish Story, what a great message!

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  14. Γεια σου Linda!
    Πολύ ωραία τα βίντεο αλλά και ο πίνακας!!!
    Πολλούς χαιρετισμούς

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  15. good morning from me, and hello to Princess Sassy again. I saw the Canadian "flowers" in the snow doing the Facebook rounds a week or two ago. Here's hoping we won't have to rely on painted flowers for much longer!!

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  16. I really, really, liked the starfish story!

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  17. Very funny gag today! And I love the tulips painted in the snow.

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  18. Good morning, dear Linda! Next month, I will introduce to you and other new followers of my blog, Margaret Elizabeth Brown Schneider, "The Oldest Living Dell Rat," as she celebrates her 103rd birthday. I can't wait for you to meet Margaret and learn about her life as the first resident of the Shady Dell in the guest blogger series In-Dell-ible Memories authored by her daughter Kathleen. Please stay tuned!

    It warms my heart to see animals being rescued, especially the lowly pigeon, a bird that some regard as a nuisance. Everybody and everything has a right to be here and to live.

    Thank you, dear friend Linda, and enjoy your Monday!

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  19. i love that painting by Fabian Gabor ... it simply pops out on my computer screen with its vibrant colours :)

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  20. Loved the Meanwhile in Canada! I might have to try that one of these winters...

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  21. Lovely videos Linda. Thank you my friend! What a lovely idea to paint the snow! Great post and happy day to you :)

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  22. I love the snow tulips.

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  23. More smiles today. Thank you Linda!

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  24. I so love the Starfish Story...so true of all things in life.
    And the snow tulips made me feel so uplifted!
    Thank you so much:)
    xoxoxo

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  25. OMG, totally in love with their tulips in the snow! Wish I could paint like that! xoxo

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  26. I felt so sorry for the swam, being held around the neck and trying to break free. I'm sure he didn't think the guy was doing him any favors. The little man picture was really funny.

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  27. I love the photo of the flowers painted into the snowbank!

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  28. Great video and inspiring messages, love the starfish story. xo

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  29. My favorite is the starfish story ... but then I enjoyed everything!

    Have a wonderful day, Linda ...full of peace and joy!
    xx

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  30. Haha, I love the image in Meanwhile in Canada. I can understand they get so tired of waiting for spring when having so much snow :-)

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  31. Flowers in the snow are quite a cute idea. I like those donkeys. They're fun animals, though dogs seem to dislike them, and they know it.

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  32. " 50 shades of bray" est bien trouvé Linda

    greetings

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  33. Enjoyed the videos. The quotes were all great. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  34. Ah, that starfish story is one of my favorites; thanks so much for sharing!

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  35. What a cute idea to paint in the snow!

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  36. Hahahaha .... the people ware scared of the little photographer. Greetings from Edward.

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  37. Tout est tellement beau douce Linda, je craque pour les fleurs dans la neige, quelle bonne idée hihihi... Bise et bonne journée toute douce!

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  38. Great Video's save wildlife.
    That lovely snow what a fantastic idea.
    Enjoyed Linda thanks for sharing x

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  39. Hi Linda,
    I have once again greatly enjoyed your funny movies. Who do passport photos were quite hilarious whahahahaha ..... also the oldest person was very special to see. The swan was later very quietly and happily sat his partner waiting for her when she was returned to the lake:-) Always enjoy with you again, thank you.
    Kind regards, Helma

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  40. How nice, Linda, the gag !
    Waiting for Spring -> beautiful !

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  41. Wonderful quotes and of course, I always enjoy your gag videos!!!!

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  42. Dear Linda,

    Another perfect post with a smile from your heart.

    Warm greetings from Volos.
    Yannis Politopoulos

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  43. That gag was hilarious. I loved the flowers painted in the snow, too because I can really relate... :)

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  44. Linda, muy interesante tu blog

    un saludo

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  45. The pretty tulips painted on snow is really cool, thanks for sharing!

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  46. I love that "spring" winter pic. :-)

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  47. Spring seems to be coming here in SC, it's starting to get real warm instead of less cold

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  48. This is a very inspiring blog you have. I love the whimsical photo of the painted snowy pathway. Blessings!

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  49. Love the waiting for spring picture, very clever..

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  50. Good morning Linda. Wow..that is a brilliant idea on the snow painting. The person who thought up that idea must be an avid gardener who misses his/hers garden

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  51. The "flowers" in the snow are wonderful! Somebody has a great sense of humor.

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  52. I enjoy watching animal rescue videos. Donkey Rescue facility in Oregon City is not too far from where I live...I just didn't know about it.

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  53. Love the snow flowers.

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