Old saying “nectar” is the “drink of the Greek and Roman gods”
I think a good fruit nectar is refreshing, tasty, you want to drink more and more. My mango nectar makes me feel like a goddess lounging on my couch, with the breeze flowing through my hair.
Light mist of ocean water refreshing my skin. Taking a dip in the ocean before going in for the night. Come to think of it a pool might be better and safer, you never know when a shark may come swimming by.
“You can’t see the forest for the trees” is an idiom in the English language used to describe a case in which one is so focused on the details of a given project that he cannot see or understand the whole issue. An idiom is a commonly used figurative expression that differs from the literal meaning of the expression.
Do you remember the song “Mellow Yellow” by Donovan? It goes like this:
I’m just mad about Saffron Saffron’s mad about me I’m just mad about Saffron She’s just mad about me
They call me mellow yellow (Quite rightly) They call me mellow yellow (Quite rightly) They call me mellow yellow
What is the meaning of “Mellow Yellow”?
According to Donovan’s notes accompanying the album Donovan’s Greatest Hits, the rumor that one could get high from smoking dried banana skins was started by Country Joe McDonald in 1966, and Donovan heard the rumor three weeks before “Mellow Yellow” was released as a single.
I love golden (yellow) delicious apples! What is you favorite?
Hey! Look at that fish. It’s design looks like an old “checker cab”.
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