Have you ever walked into a store and think where am I? You can’t even see the end of the store. Shelves are from floor to ceiling. There is room to breathe. You don’t bump into people looking for what you would like to buy.
Are emporiums seasonal? Yes, they can be.
Christmas all year round,
Flowers in containers, bulbs, seeds. How about a plant in a decorative pot to take home and add to the perfect spot you have at home.
It is fascinating to walk into an emporium filled with antiques. From rocking chairs, antique pillow designs, tables, footstools, lamps of all designs. It’s like you are walking through a different century of furniture.
This emporium would be my favorite. And I’m sure it would be your favorite also.
Who thought of this word? Well if you look at Etymonline.com, it started off as a Latin word “fecundus” then adjusted to Middle English “fecond” spelling, then Middle French (“fecond”), old French (“fecont”).
Look how fecund the apple trees are. Watch out here comes an apple!! photo from Bing.com, Blog.chuckjones.com
Abby: Boy Hope sure has fecund discussions at our seminars. Mabel: Some times she sounds like the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz. Don’t you think? Abby: You are so right! Full of straw.
Ahoy! Come aboard the mighty ship of, hmm I forgot the name. Hey, Salty Jack look over the side and let me know what the name of our ship is.
I! I! Captain Sparrow!!!! Captain Sparrow ship’s name is Rocking Robin. Rocking Robin, who in the heck gave the ship that name? Me, my darling husband, after I saved your life with all the back and forth between our ship, Black Beard’s ship, then to Anne Bonny’s ship, over to Captain Kidd’s ship, then to Barbarossa Brothers ship, where we almost lost everything, including our ship.
Thanks to our mighty and faithful crew we made it through the seas. Now it’s time to celebrate and to share our rewards. Thanks to our mighty and faithful crew we made it through the seas. Now it’s time to celebrate and to share our rewards.
Granny Hazel’s store is open today and she has fresh stock. The ingredients I need to complete my recipes are below: rat tails, bats for stirring up foam, star anise, vanilla – double strength, ginger chunks, cherry tree branch, (check for cherries), pear tree branch with blossoms, turmeric, saffron, pomegranate, make sure it’s nice & plump,
cardamom (cake donuts taste great with just a little of this spice), liquorice, hmm – what an aroma.
Wow! I better take my big cart today. Recipes are sorted out.
I can’t believe what I am seeing! It just can’t be, A pink mansion, no it ‘s theglassin my sunglasses, Sunglasses off. Oh my gosh! It is a pink mansion. As we walk inside and before my eyes I see, a pink elephant here, below an indoor pinkwindow with a unique bubble design, turn my head and guess what I found, another indoor pink window with a unique bubble design, with another pink elephant. Walking through the hallway we hear people’s voices, Lo and behold, everyone we know is there. Guess what they are looking at? Yes a pink elephant, under an indoor pink window.
Submitted by H. Stewart This is a new adventure for me. I have never tried to write a poem to be sent to Linda J. Wolff Poetry Magazine. To tell the truth I’m not sure if what I wrote above is a form of poetry. This was a challenge, enjoyment, adventure, learning, discovery, the opening of a new door for me. My blog writing can be funny, boring, sincere, informative, delicious, Halloweenish, etc, etc, etc. I use clip art and photos in them to help express what I have written. The old saying ” a picture is worth 1,000 words”.
This will brighten anyone’s day when they walk into a room.
Ikebana is the art of Japanese flower arranging. There are a number of different schools of ikebana, each with its own unique requirements. The requirements can involve angling stems in a certain way or choosing specific kinds of arrangements for different types of vases. The flowers used in all the schools are similar. Certain flowers have symbolic meanings in Japanese culture. Combining different flowers gives each ikebana arrangement a symbolic meaning. For more information go to Garden Guides.com. https://www.gardenguides.com/126694-flowers-used-ikebana.html
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