Fire~Alphabet Challenge 2019

Stu at Something to Stu Over has brought back the Alphabet Post Challenge. 👏👏👏

You can read how this challenge came into being by checking out this post.

Thanks again Stu for letting me be a part of your creation and the fun!

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Here are the guidelines:

Acknowledge the blogger that challenged you.

Display the challenge photo or create your own 🙂

Link back to this post so I can read yours.

Create one post or multiple posts, as I did, using a word that starts with each letter of the alphabet and share your thoughts on the word you chose and how it can be applied to our lives.

Be creative! Use words, pictures, gifs…whatever just have fun. 🙂

Nominate/tag as many bloggers as you would like to participate.

I am choosing:

Sandie

Angela

Please do not feel obligated to participate in this challenge. Only if you would like!…. just a little fun 🙂

Anyone else that wants to do the challenge please feel free to do so!

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One of my “HAPPY” moments…There’s nothing like a bon fire in the winter to warm the heart and soul!🤗🔥

~Fireworks~

One of my favorite iPhone pics of my baby brother and nephew at a summer 4th of July fireworks display! My nephew wasn’t afraid in the least as the loud booms filled the night air!

“When I go through the 🔥FIRE, I will not feel the flames. I stand before the giant, declaring victory!”

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~Flowers~

Brown–eyed Susans, one of my favorite wildflowers to this day! 😄

Flowerbed

A flower started from my late mother-in-law’s garden.

I don’t know how it is that I have so many yellow flowers, but they were given to me so….I’m just going to enjoy. 😉

Hope everyone is having a great day! I’m enjoying the nice breeze blowing my wind chimes and listening to the bird song all around me as I’m working on this post~

It’s such a beautiful day–really hard to get anything done in the house out here!!! 😂

8 thoughts on “Fire~Alphabet Challenge 2019

      1. I can imagine that was a gorgeous sight to behold! Sounds like what happened with my grandma years ago when she was still living. She had planted small pink climbing roses in her yard, and somehow, years later, they had bloomed in the woods across the paved road! It was beautiful!

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