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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Thanksgiving 30 Day Challenge: Day 8

Today my youngest boys only had half a day of school so we spent the afternoon walking in the woods.


We decided it would be fun to try and find all the colors of the rainbow on our walk. Here is our interpretation of R-O-Y-G-B-I-V.

R E D

O R A N G E

Y E L L O W

G R E E N

B L U E

I N D I G O

V I O L E T

I am thankful to be creating wonderful memories with my children. I will treasure them always!


11 comments:

  1. Miałaś cudowny pomysł w odnalezieniu na spacerze z kochanym synem, roślin o kolorze tęczy. Zabawa była świetna , a Ty zrobiłaś śliczne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam

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  2. What a pretty walk! Your photos are beautiful. I bet you all had a great time.

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  3. That indigo leaf was a really wild color. You covered the color wheel on this walk. And so wonderful on creating those memories. They last a lifetime.

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  4. Wow, is that indigo leaf real? The colors are so vibrant! Great post!

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  5. Indigo leaf and violet berries are stunning! I didn't know they existed. A wonderful and creative post!

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  6. so clever matching colors in nature with rainbow!! It is a fantastic way to get you boys into learnig and respect nature. Nice shots! Lula

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  7. my kind of post...beautiful plants, beautiful colors...a walk in the woods. love it!

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  8. What a great idea! You're so blessed to have so much color on your walk. I might try to find all the colors of the rainbow on a walk too. I love the idea of that challenge!

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  9. What a fun game! You are smart to make memories.

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  10. At work, we were supposed to dress up as the color spectrum for Halloween, but they're weren't enough of us around. Great interpretation of ROYGBIV.

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