Time to link up and share your Tuesdays with us! Simply share your own "today" (in a post on your own blog where you mention, and link back to Communal Global) then link up with us (at the bottom of this post) so we can come and visit your blog and see your unique (or wonderfully ordinary) "TODAY"! Oh, and while you're at it, feel free to add our button to your site (see the link that says "add us" in our header? Click that!) so more of your friends can share in the sharing! We can't wait to see your "Today."
CAROLINE, ENGLAND (UK)
More from the FROG veg patch ~ this is our largest pumpkin so far. Looking forward to pumpkin by in a month or so!! :)
My father send me lots of Nigauri(Bitter melons). I couldn't eat them when I was a child. Now I can't survive summer without eating them.
Man, I sure hope Kortland will still look at his little brother like this when Tennyson paints his walls, throws up in his covers, breaks his toys, and won't let him watch his favorite T.V. shows... ;)
SONYA, THE NETHERLANDS
When you see flies upclose you wonder why people search for alien life beyond the planet..they are in your backyard:)!!
Harvesting season is upon us.
Little girls are so lovely.
One of the biggest attractions around Jogja is Borobodur. This 9th century temple is picture perfect everywhere you look.
BUCKEROOMAMA, HONG KONG
A storm is coming!
Bathed and ready for bed! As soon as we give him his favorite lion/blanket from his crib, his thumb immediately goes in his mouth :)
Fantastic photos ladies, as always!!! Love harvest time!!!! And the alien fly!ReplyDelete
Great photos this week! Wow!ReplyDelete
Such gorgeous pictures today. I think green is the overall theme : ) I love Sarah's baby. I want to snuggle with him. Too sweet.ReplyDelete
Hello ladies... I'mmmmm Baaaack...ReplyDelete
It has been a CRAZY summer. Amazing photos as always... am really digging the alien Fly....bzzzz
Wow beautiful photos today ladies!!ReplyDelete
This is my first week playing along, and I am excited to check out everyone's photos. All of the shots above are gorgeous! I love the bitter melons, if for nothing more than sheer curiosity. Thanks so much for hosting.ReplyDelete
This is my first week linking up as well! Such beautiful photos! I love having a peek around the world!ReplyDelete
As usual great line up of pictures. My favorite this week? The red tractor. I like harvest time.ReplyDelete