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{Friday Finds} Tell Me Please?

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Welcome to Friday Finds.....

Let's celebrate what we have found, discovered..... uncovered...this past week.

What is Friday Finds ?.... You ask....

Friday Finds is a place to gather and share your finds with fellow creatives....

So many find possibilities.....unique treasures...... special moments..... life's lessons......little things.....big things too...... nature's beauty..... heart shaped stones, a special cup.....a pretty flower....wise words....
it's endless.....

To play along... post your find on flickr or your blog... share the story behind your to Friday Finds (feel free to grab the button below).....then pop over here to link up.

Simply put..... you are invited to post a fabulous find of any kind..... 

My wish for Friday Finds.....that we stop .... pause.....simply.... cherish life's simple pleasures......

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kim klaxon dot com


 holding onto this.....

My Friday Find 

Oh friends... I have much to share.... but it's been a crazy day/week.... here I am at the eleventh hour....finally writing this post.

I thought I'd share these lovely little garden posies.... waiting for me when I arrived home this past weekend..... So perkey...and full of life.

Can someone tell me what they might be called? I meant to ask John...but totally forgot.

Anyhow, I'm sure there's someone out there that can enilighten me...... pretty please..... leave me a note in the comments.....


Please tell me/show me your Friday Finds....  in the link up below.


I must sign off for now... sleep waits.... (I hope....)

More soon......

with love & gratitude.......




p.s. my mom sent me this via pinterest..... oh my gosh... it's ME.... I laughed out loud when I read it.... 


Funny Apology Ecard: Sorry, I'd rather stay home and nurse an unhealthy level of attachment to my dog than socialize with people.

Reader Comments (15)

So glad you can spend some time in your own home again.
Your mum has a great sense of humour.
The flower is a wild delphinium. [D. consolida.]
Don't know what you call it in Canada.
I love the underneath picture, with that vivid blue in the haze.
Be well.
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered Commentergirl friday
A gorgeous photo kim! Hope you are hanging in there and John's recovery is going well. Thinking of you....cheers from Singapore!
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered Commentercathy @ ma vie trouvee
Just looked it up in my herb book: we call it larkspur, and it is VERY poisonous!
Like Monkshood, it is dangerous for children and pets. So don't let your lovely dog get near it.
It is so easy to underestimate the poisonous side of wild and garden flowers as they look so innocuous.
Don't let this stern warning spoil the pleasure of its beauty :-)
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered Commentergirl friday
Such a lovely flower with a new color...the beauty of editing. We love our pet too...only now and then do they talk back. Love both the quotes Kim! Hang on dear one!
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBeverly
Love the postcard look after yourself...
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterViv
What a fantastic quote by Marilyn!
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDina
I can so totally relate to the funny your mom sent you!

Are these larkspurs?
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterNancy
I was going to say delphinium also but it has the leaves of larkspur. I had a volunteer this year, quite lovely. I di not know they were poisonous. Have a lovely weekend!
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRoxi
Hmmm ... I thought maybe they were Columbine but looks like I'm outvoted. Whatever their name, they're beautiful!
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDotti
Hmmm ... I thought maybe they were Columbine but looks like I'm outvoted. Whatever their name, they're beautiful!
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDotti
hi lovely!
still basking in our time together yesterday ... gosh, i miss you xxo
i think ... i think these little beauties are the butterfly delphinium ... and i think it might be the one i gave john?
yikes ~ you'll have to ask him to be certain : )
another yikes! as if on cue, ollie cat is swiping at my fingers as i type ~ some things never change ; )
hee hee ~ and i did quite chuckle out loud when i read what your mom shared with you!
love you ~ happy friday xxo
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterprairiegirl
that is a great quote - new perspective for sure to think about
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterTiaras & Tantrums
Your Mom knows need to frame that quote....LOl to you...xoxo
July 19, 2013 | Unregistered Commentercheryl c.
I'd much rather hang out with my greyhounds! They love me no matter what, they never judge, and all they want in return is a little affection, a place to run, and regular meals.

I've posted the link to my blog. It's not technically a "Friday" find, but it was an unexpected moment. Mimi (the subject) is part of family of dear friends who happen to live down the street. For the last four year I have vacationed with them in Gulf Shores Alabama, where they have a 20 year tradition of staying in a little blue house. In her younger days, Mimi was a charge nurse at an elite hospital, a nursing instructor whose 4' 11" frame hid a tiger with a temper, and a vibrant wide and mother. At 80, she is widowed and living with her son and family, cheerfully tending the yard, knowing that each day she loses a little more memory and she is quickly becoming the child in the family. She gets frustrated, but tried to remain cheerful, knowing that there will be a time when all her energy and memory will be fully restored, and glad she is able to physically contribute to the beauty around her. This particular moment came when I went looking for Mimi as she gathered shells. (She knew where she was, but we didn't!) She walked ahead of me as I snapped this picture with my phone (I am ever grateful for smart phones!) It captures Mimi's essence, and her ability to find joy in the small gifts we receive every day.
July 20, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterStephanie
I just googled as I was curious about this flower. It is larkspur and larkspur is the common name for a flower in the genus delphinium.
July 26, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterjill

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