Leave it to Ruth at Ruth Hentrick’s Photography, to leave the orples confused, feeling both grateful and guilty, rather cannibalistic, if you will. We will need to write her a ‘thank you note’ for her generosity in sharing her snack with Olivia and Oscar. They aren’t quite sure whether eating that apple is appropriate, or not. I guess so. When you start out as a fruit, I would say eating other varieties would be debatable.
The orples snacking at Ruth’s place. They are debating the idea of eating an apple.
While these two are busy thanking Ruth, we can visit the neighbors and see what they’re up to. Drop me a line if you’d like to join in the fun and participate in our Orple Adventures.
The orples and I are exhausted frominspiring other bloggers. They were going to sit this one out, but being good little orples, decided instead to take a break. Thanks to Uncle Spike, they have a place to sit and rest on this visit.
The Orples taking a break on Uncle Spike’s blog.
While they are resting, please feel free to stroll through Orpleville and see what they’ve been up to in their adventures, including our fellow bloggers, using their material to travel the world through. Feel free to come along.
For today’s Photography 101 theme from Novermber 16—A pop of color, this background is perfect!
Colline’s daughter drew a lovely little street scene, which the orples couldn’t resist. They love cruising through those black and white settings since they show up so well against the neutral background.
Olivia and Oscar love strolling down the street, admiring the scenery.
While these two browse through Colline’s blog, you can check out the rest of the neighborhood. If you’d like to add your name to our list of blogs to explore, please feel free to drop me a line and let me know.
I just fell into the coolest blog, traveling around in Orpleland. If you are not familiar with Sylvia’s blog, anotherdayinparadise, then let me introduce you to her granddaughter, Tamsyn, and her achievements. How she and Oscar don’t break their necks, or pull a muscle (a twig, in Oscar’s case), is beyond me.
That looks like it might hurt. Ah, to be so lithe. 🙂
Olivia is smart, sitting this one out. While the kids are playing, feel free to check out what the rest of us are up to as we visit the neighbors. Let me know if you want to play. 🙂 This post will come up first, so keep toggling down. To open an individual topic, should you like to leave a comment, just click the title.
These two will swim anywhere. Olivia, being a lady, didn’t want to start without her hostess, but Oscar didn’t want to wait. I think we should go visit the neighbors until Dolly shows up to swim with us. If anyone else would like to come along, let me know and I’ll add your name to my ‘to go list’. Remember when you go into the archives from here, this will be the first post you see, so please keep toggling down to see what comes next. For those of you who don’t already know, if you’d like to leave a comment, just click the title to open an individual post. Happy blogging, everyone. 🙂
I don’t know who comes up with these challenges, but the orples and I came across a mystery just the other day. Madhu is always shooting off really, really interesting subjects during her travels in her blog, theurgetowander. Being the sweetheart that she is, Madhu invited the orples and me to come play in her domain. We came across this sleeping leopard. It’s a mystery to me as how that poor cat can sleep with those noisy orples chattering away.
How does that leopard sleep with all of that chatter going on?
I think Olivia is more mystified by the size of the huge feline. And Oscar is wondering if Olivia is brave enough to wake the leopard up. I certainly hope not. I don’t think Olivia would stand a chance if he’s not a happy camper when he opens his eyes. If you want to see what other adventures the Orples and I have been up to, come with us to visit the neighbors. Today’s post will be the first subject you come to, so just toggle down to see our previous postings, from the newest to the oldest in this category. Enjoy your travels. 😉
I think we should have told Jo we were coming sooner. I called her, yesterday, as it was such a crisp, bright morning, to see if she wanted to meet us at the caves. But then when we got in our speeding car, rushing to meet her, because we were behind schedule, we got stuck in the rocks on the other side of those caves in Carvoeira. Maybe we should have picked another Daily Post Challenge, where we get better cell phone reception. I’m not sure if we’re meeting Joe in the right cave. There are so many around here. Oh, Jo, where are you?
Olivia and Oscar waiting to meet Jo in the caves in Carvoeira.
While the orples are trying to find Jo, feel free to visit the neighbors, and if you’d like for us to come visit you, please be sure to tell me through a comment. I’ll add your name to my list. The orples are thrilled to have the opportunity to travel the world through other people’s blogs. We get to meet new friends, and so do you. And don’t forget, if you love orples be sure and grab an Orple Keepers Badge.