Tuesday, July 29, 2008

SUPER RUBY TUESDAY


On Tuesdays you can post any photo you like (it must be one of your own) that contains the color RED.


I might post a NEW Ruby Tuesday some Tuesdays.


Your photo can contain lots of RED

or a little bit of RED
Originated by MaryT, check hers for today.
While your are there, register one for yourself
if you have a red picture laying around to post.


4 years ago;
In our red hammock, sitting on a scotch red checkered plaid, with a red pillow, surrounded by red flowers RUBY is sitting, in her red top, licking a red ice-cicle.
Blue Serina watching, red sandals though.



21 comments:

Mimi Lenox said...

Oh what a wonderful red swing. Love it!

My contribution is here.

Jim said...

Hi Felisol, you did wonderful! This is the redest bunch I have seen on your blog.
Happy Ruby (Red) Tuesday.
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Dianne said...

Absolutely a "Super" Ruby Tuesday post

What a wonderful summer scene

Great photo

Carletta said...

That red swing is gorgeous!

I scrolled down and enjoyed much of your blog while I was here.

Tink *~*~* said...

Awesome amount of red in that photo! It's like way back then, fate knew that you were going to need a photo like that for Ruby Tuesday. ;D

Tink *~*~*
My Mobile Adventures *~*~*

Renae said...

"A wife of noble character who can find? She is worth far more than rubies."

Proverbs 31:10

Great picture and post, Felisol!

Raven said...

Lots of red. Perhaps on some level your spirit knew that Ruby Tuesdays were coming in the future. I love that swing. I'd love to have something like that for my porch.

Bobbie said...

Excellent Ruby Tuesday post. So many red things in one image!

Judas Hate said...

Kjær Elise,

Takk deg for sende meg din ny bloggadresse. Og for dele alle de vidunderlige bildene av din vakker familie og eventyr.

Vær godt og glad min venn.

Kjærlighet, Justin

Terry said...

Oh Ruby is so sweet Felisol!
Just like two princesses sitting there!!!
I would like to know how we can post a red picture my Felisol. Let me know O.K.?...Love Terry

Hi Justin, you breath of fresh air, you!!!

Felisol. I have been emailing you but I don't know whether you have been getting them or not!

the teach said...

Wow, could there be MORE RED than what's in this photo? AND one pretty girl is named RUBY? Thanks for participating in Ruby Tuesday! I appreciate your playing... Jim is a great guy right? :)

Ralph said...

That red swing is nice. And it is so relaxing, as the girls show. Having ice cream and swinging slowly is so relaxing...

Amrita said...

Got to your nu place.

Thanks for letting me no.

That photo has lots of ruby in it LOL

Sita Henderson said...

Felisol,
Just dropping by to let you know how I appreciate the way you encourage other bloggers. May God encourage you today where you least expected it. Blessings,
Sita

Anonymous said...

Hi Felisol ... would you mind sending me your email address?

Mrs. Mac

sillyoldme@yahoo.com

Thanks

Felisol said...

Dear Visitors,
I'm so honored to have you classy photographers over for a ruby visit.
It sure has taken me some time to revisit you. I am curious and could not keep from scrolling downwards as I made my rounds.
So very much of interest and beauty.

Dear Justin,
hope you are fine. You have the ability of brightening up my day with your Norwegian comments.
It amazes me that you will go through all that trouble just to speak with me.
An act of love.

Dear Terry,
hope to see you too next Ruby Tuesday. The rules and list s are over at Teach's.
It has been great fun, and I am sure you will come up with something spectacular.
Thank you also for commenting on my Love Story blog.
See you soon. Real soon.

Dear Amrita,
hope yor party went well yesterday.
I am happy that you found my new address. Always nice to be hearing from you. I know that India has more than a billion inhabitants. I feel I know them all, because of your informative, caring and heartwritten blog.

Dear Mrs. Mac. Hope you got my mail address. Yours was if I may say so very original.

Have a nice week- end all of you. God bless you each and everyone.
From Felisol

Jim said...

Hi Felisol, yes we are fortunate for two things.
First is to live where the cost of living is reasonable.
Secondly, not all living here can afford those 'reasonable' things, minimum food and shelter is barely obtainable for many. Mrs. Jim and I both had OK paying, but not high paying, jobs and could keep them.
Our little Salvation Army (I am a backup volunteer) serves over a hundred meals each noon-day time. Many of those do not have a place to live except under a bridge or a tree or with a friend.
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Felisol said...

Dear Jim,
you are right, again, of course.
One should not complain when one's living in abundance.
I find it so good that you are backing the Salvation Army, they're my favorites too when it comes to volunteer work.

Things are changing for the worse in Norway too. When I first came to Dublin in 1981, I had never met a beggar before. Then i met the Tinkers, old women and young children. I was told not to give them anything, but how could I not?
Now there are Norwegian beggars, drug slaves,begging. Then we have whole truckloads coming from East Europe each summer with organized beggars.
It's so sad and unworthy.
In Dublin, however, the tinkers are gone. The Irish economy has improved and turned the country the import labor from i.e. Germany, instead of exporting her youth all over the world.
I am sorry to have complained, that was unworthy too.
Yours Felisol

Nancy said...

You have such interesting things to post about, loved seeing the country side pictures.

Patti said...

Ah, summer! I love the red swing. Is the girl really named Ruby? Wow!

Great entry for Ruby Tuesday.