Good Luck, Bad Luck: Wordless Wednesday

It's a Marvelous night for a moon dance
It’s a Marvelous night for a moon dance
Oops. She found me...
Oops. She found me…
So this is where they live?
So this is where they live?
Flying in a blur...
Flying in a blur…
They deserve so many freedoms -- family equality among them
They deserve so many freedoms — family equality among them
You gotta have heart!
You gotta have heart!
This tree missed me and Gatsby by 6 inches, literally! Good luck! Bring it on.
This tree missed me and Gatsby by 6 inches, literally! Good luck! Bring it on.

In a guter sho tsu reden; in a baizer sho tsu shveigen. In a lucky time it’s good to talk; in an unlucky time, it’s better to be silent. 

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37 thoughts on “Good Luck, Bad Luck: Wordless Wednesday

  1. that quote at the end is perfect and gold-plated advice, Lisa! and of course all the photos are gorgeous. Love the one with your little girl peeking around the tree. most of all, I am glad you are safe. that falling branch is frightful!

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  3. oh my gosh Gatsby!!!! That tree how scary! And wow what a big jump by your daughter over those flowers, very cool. Love the peek a boo pic super cute! #eatsleepblogRT

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  4. OMG that tree 😁 You’re so lucky, I’m not religious but someone is looking after you ; ). The pup is adorrrrrrable and love the one of your girl behind the tree. Honestly I love your photos, keep em comin! Thanks for linking up with #GlobalBlogging!

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  5. Oh wow!! What gorgeous photo’s! Is that a bee hive? I’ve never actually seen one! I hear you on the kids not always being willing… Oh the life of a blogger! Thanks for linking up! Hope to see you next week lovely! #globalblogging

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  6. Always love your Wordless Wednesday. Is that an ant nest up in the tree. I remembered when I was a kid – we used to have lots of ant nests up on our mango tree in our home. Brrr! Thank you so much for linking up with us on #FabFridayPost xx

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