Monday, February 3, 2020

Blue

Blue skies
Means
Pink Cheeks
Soaking up
Vitamin D

55 comments:

  1. I definitely need some Vitamin D from the sun :-)

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  2. Passando e deixando cumprimentos poΓ©ticos

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  3. Blue skies are always good for what ails us :)

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  4. Yes!!!!!! Please!! Bring on Summer!

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  5. Fun and so true ~ you have a great way with words ^_^

    Happy Moments to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  6. Hello, I am thankful blue sky and sunshine. Enjoy your day!

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  7. I can't wait for more "pink cheek" days!

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  8. I´m wishing for that - all grey since weeks...

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  9. In a few words you've said it all: our health needs blue skies and sunshine.

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  10. Good ellipsis or omission of words.
    Have a good day!

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  11. Haha very true! We don't get a lot of sun here in Scotland so Vitamin D is a must to take!

    Short but sweet today :-)

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  12. Here the sunny days are every day
    xx

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  13. And that is what I have been doing today, high 70's today, love this thought,
    Blessings,
    Sue

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  14. Vitamin really makes a big difference!

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  15. ...and if you aren't careful it can mean RED cheeks.

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  16. We had a nice sunny warmer day today too. It felt good!

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  17. We had a sunny day too. Sure is nice to feel the sun.

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  18. me encanta la vitamina D del sol!

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  19. I can get behind that! Vitamin D! Naturally!

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  20. Nice. Made me think of a beautiful sunny day - he vitamin D a fringe benefit.

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  21. Yes! Vitamin D is very important, too.

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  22. You are dead right on that. I've just come inside after sitting in the sun for awhile getting my vitamin D.

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  23. Love that soaking up vitamin d line

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  24. Always good to get outside. That's what I'll be doing today 😊
    Have a good day x

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  25. Dearest R's Rue,
    Yesterday we had such a lovely 76 F day with blue sky and full sunshine. Unreal for the time of the year...
    Yes, our Vitamin D period is coming our way.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  26. Nice Equation!!!
    Praise God for blue skies...and pink rosy cheeks!!
    ❤️

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  27. Over the weekend we had unseasonably warm weather here in MO, and it felt good. Not only does sunshine on my shoulders make me happy, but digging in the dirt makes me whole. :)

    Love your poem!!!
    Teresa

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  28. I definitely needed to be reminded of this, Rue...I tend to stay indoors too much in winter!!πŸ˜‰

    Have a super day!

    Hugs xxx

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  29. Soon I trust these clouds will clear. Nice for Tuesday morning.

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  30. What a lovely image you've created here :)

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  31. Ah, love this hiku! Simple but with a distinct image!

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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  32. We have blue skies today too, but it's really cold.....and windy. : )

    ~Sheri

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  33. Wonderful!
    I need morning sun rays too :)

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  34. Wonderful words Regina - I can just see the sun sparkling on the snow
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  35. Great post and words.
    We've had a wonderful sunny day today …

    All the best Jan

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