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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Ruby Tuesday and Heads or Tails

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This is my 31st ...
This week's prompt is: HEADS - "Feet or Feat"


These fellows have 'happy feet'
and the 'Ruby slippers' are on the feet in
the Ruby Tuesday logo below.

Red flowers from my yard & neighborhood
Click to embiggen for better viewing
and for others participating in Ruby Tuesday and
Heads or Tails this week.

I'll be watching the Inauguration
How about you?
Thought for Today
"The purpose of life is not to be happy - but to matter, to be productive, to be useful, to have it make some difference that you have lived at all." Leo Rosten


Hootin' Anni said...

I have the same button but decided to not use it on my blog. I'm happy to see someone use it tho...it's an historical day today. And I'll be glued to the TV.

Happy HoT Tuesday. I went with "FEAT". Come on over if you can find time.

Love the macro ruby photos!!!!

Linnea said...

Your macro shots are beautiful. You have such pretty flowers around you! Love the deep ruby colors. Our spring semester starts today, so I've got to go to work and I'll be teaching during the swearing in ceremony, but I'll catch the recaps when I get home. Hi from happy California!

Michelle said...

I'll be watching the inauguration too. Such exciting times for our country. I never thought I'd live to see the day that our country came together to elect an African American. I think it's just awesome. Regardless of his color I think he will we a wonderful president and bring some well needed change to our country. Thanks for stopping by and have a great week.

Joyce said...

Good Morning, Virginia,
Happy Inauguration Day! What a momentous day it is, and what a challenging path lies before our new president. This is one time I wished I had a television. I'll have to get my news online.

lucy said...

love all of the rubiness - especially the slippers :-) i'm with joyce this a.m. wishing i had television for a few hours and trying to figure out how to watch the inauguration live on line!!

Maude Lynn said...

I'll be watching!

Gorgeous flowers!

Unknown said...

Red is stunning in flowers! You know me and pansies. :)

Anonymous said...

Oh yes, I was watching :)

Lovely red ruby flowers...and the - hibiscus was my favourite in Bermuda, thank you for the lovely memory!

Happy RT,

Ivanhoe said...

I cannot believe you have flowers in full bloom and I'm under a foot of snow. That's it. I'm moving west :o)

NoBS said...

Stalking about during inaugural lunch break...

I love that little animation!

Tumblewords: said...

Good post!

Barb said...

Those two guys dance better than I do.

Beautiful flowers. You must have a green thumb!

Yessss... I've been watching the Inauguration proceedings. I just now took a break while they're having lunch to come check out the HoTs. (the TV is on behind me, though.)

Misty DawnS said...

Sometimes I'd like to just click my heels together and go home for a visit ;-)

Debbie@Like a Rose said...

Beautiful flowers, and I've always wanted those ruby slippers that could just take me away somewhere...

I finally posted my 100 things list from your blog a while back!

akawest said...

Such pretty red flowers.

I decided that I would record the inauguration, to share with my husband tonight.

I emailed him the plan. He had already watched it in his office. My daughter watched it at school.

Oh, well, I will be watching it after the fact, alone. Still, rather exciting.

Dianne said...

I've been watching all day - so many wonderful moments!

love your flowers

Mojo said...

Brilliant reds! Nice shooting.

Anonymous said...

Love those flowers and how you tied the memes together. :)

Carletta said...

Gorgeous macro reds!

Baba said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful flowers with us.. I love when my hibiscus bloom in the summer..

I have been watching all of the activity all day..the dance at the ball tonight was great...they will be one tired couple tonight...

Have a good day tomorrow.. hugs,

Karen said...

Mark had the day off (he works on Pennsylvania Avenue--in fact, the point where Obama first got out to walk a bit in the parade? He was directly in front of Mark's building!), so after a nice breakfast, we pretty much parked ourselves in front of the tv. Nathan said that they watched it at school, too.

So inspiring!

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