Saturday, November 9, 2013

This Week on Instagram

#Estellagram Day 1: Orange.
Let's get started! #ReadCalvino #FridayReads


Day 2: Scalloped #estellagram


Day 3 - Dreary. Guess what I'm doing today. #estellagram


Day 4 - Upbeat. Today's mail makes me happy #estellagram


#Estellagram Day 5: Freedom. A great book!


#Estellagram Day 6: toes. Zelda needs her nails trimmed.


And so it begins... #fallisover #winterishere #snow



18 comments:

  1. I did estellagram one month and it was so much fun! I wasn't as creative as you though.

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    1. Kathy - It is fun! Haven't done #estellagram since summer.

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  2. Fun! It's going down to the 20s tonight here but no sign of the white stuff. And I got a different bookmark with my Biannually! It's always so cool to see our blogging friends quoted in it.

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    1. Audrey - The snow was quite a shock yesterday... so glad it's gone today. Seeing friends quoted in the Biannually is the best!!

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  3. I just bought our shoes and they are soooo comfortable. Love your photos this week.

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    1. Thanks, Diane. I'm due for a little retail shoe therapy myself ;-)

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  4. Great photos, JoAnn! You are really creative. I am not familiar with Instagram or how to use it but this looks like a lot of fun. I love receiving and reading Persephone Biannually and always look forward to the bookmark!

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    1. Thanks, Amy. I love seeing my blogging friends quoted in the Biannually, and the bookmarks is always a treat, too!

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  5. I'm LOVING your #estellagram photos!

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  6. Love that shot of Zelda's nails. :) No snow here yet, but it's cold!! Currently 14 degrees (feels like 5).

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    1. Les - Brrr! It's not quite that cold here, but it's been snowing all day. I'm ready to head to Sanibel ;-)

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    2. Oh, I'm so jealous! When do you go? This is an annual thing, right? It's been on my list forever. Maybe I'll get to take my granddaughter one of these days. We just read Junonia this past summer. We both want to go shelling together.

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    3. Les - The last couple of years we've been there in January, but we used to go in February when the girls were in grade school, then in April when they all played winter sports. It's so nice not to be ruled by the school calendar!! There's no better place than Sanibel for shelling… hope you and your granddaughter can enjoy those beaches together soon :-)

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  7. I need to read that book - A Long Walk to Freedom!

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    1. Melinda - It's been at least ten years since I read Long Walk to Freedom, but still remember parts of it vividly. An excellent book!

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  8. I always love your artistry and creativity on these posts. Zelda's toes are perfect :) Very stylish.

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