Today’s post is really on my other blog and you really should check out the links. This little watch is so cool. I had no idea! I am suspecting you didn’t either. You can follow the links on my new blog to Amazon’s site, right straight to this watch. Look for the green text or click on the caption in the photo.
To check out this watch go to http://orples.net and pick click the screen caption. You won’t regret it!
Olivia and Oscar each had to have one. Lord help us, the orples are going hi-tech on me now. 🙂
As was true last night, tonight’s post is on orples.net if you haven’t seen it already. Please note to open each individual post, click on that post’s title. To return to toggle mode to view all of my posts continually, use the orange (text) title key (Orples) in the top left of my blog page. That is my ‘home’ page key.
Be sure and follow the links to Ute’s blog where there are all kinds of cool ideas for last minute Christmas treats. If you have time, and don’t know Ute already, you should really check out her blog. The lady has some fantastic ideas and she is generous enough to share them with us all. You’ll love her posts. Go see. 🙂 LOL—I think Olivia, being the bossy little thing that she can be, is rubbing off on me.
I am still having problems with a few links, so if you want to be following me, please be sure we are linked on your end, and I will do the same on this end. Again, I thank you all for you patience while I get these blog sites behaving correctly.
Oscar just loves water. Cold water, hot water, bath water, it doesn’t matter. Izzy said,’waterfall’, and Oscar asked, ‘where?’. So here we go, off to visit Isadora’s blog It really is a lovely waterfall, I think on that we can agree.
Oscar getting ready to dive right on in.
While the orples are swimming, we may has well visit the neighbors and see what else Olivia and Oscar have been up to. 🙂
The orples wanted to visit Sophia since it has been awhile since we have seen her. It appears she is on break. Bummer. Even Sonel’s little monkeys miss her while she is away. We’ll visit them, keeping them company, until Sophia returns to her little corner of the world and picks up where she left off.
Olivia and Oscar visiting Sonel’s monkeys in Africa.
While the Orples are in Africa, the rest of us can peruse the neighborhoodand check out their other activities of the recent past. 🙂
Rommel doesn’t need to be in a Sophomore Slumpanymore. He has decided to come out and play with the orples. We are going to visit him in California where he has put together a crackerjack post from his neck of the woods.
The orples are visiting Rommel in California
While the orples are exploring Rommel’s blog, feel free to visit the neighborhood and see what our other neighbors are up to. If you’d like to join us, please just drop me a comment, and let me know. Feel free to peruse my previous posts to see what the deal is. 🙂
I just knew the minute the orples saw Colline’s blog and that parade she went to, they would want to go to Canada to play. Let’s go see what’s happening in Colline’s neck of the woods.
The orples join the parade in Canada to celebrate the upcoming holidays.
Afterwards, we’ll go check out the neighborhood to see what the rest of the gang is up to. If you want to join our neighborhood, let me know via comment. I’ll add your name to my list. If you are unsure as to what we’re talking about, feel free to read through past posts to find out what’s going on with the orples and our fellow bloggers. 🙂
The orples in the Philippines saying a prayer for those facing Typhoon Hagupit.
The orples are praying that everyone who is in the Philippines will be okay after the storms pass. In the meantime, they have invited us to go visit the neighbors to see what the gang is up to in Orpleland. 🙂
The daily post submitted a challenge entitled ‘Gone, but not forgotten. I immediately thought of my oldest brother. So today, The Orples and I are paying tribute to my big brother, Chuck, may he RIP. Although he died in 2005, he will always be in my heart, especially at Christmas. There were 21 years age difference in the two of us. He was the oldest child, I was the youngest, and there were five more siblings sandwiched in between us. In spite of our age difference, the two of us were extremely close as adults, although as a child, I barely knew him, since he was grown and gone by the time I was born.
My oldest brother, Chuck, and me. Christmas 2004. Our last Christmas together.
This was the last photo of the two of us, taken Christmas, 2004. Chuck did not live to see Christmas 2005. So with teary eyes, I pay tribute to my big brother who may be gone, but he will never be forgotten.
What you see is what you get....... birds, animals, and all sorts of things, but remember; Work for a cause, not for applause. Live life to express, not to impress. Don't strive to make your presence noticed, just make your absence felt. .