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Let’s Talk About the Room!

Happy Wednesday, friends and readers!

Got to love Wednesdays – I’ve probably mentioned it before – but it is that day of the week that proves that we are half way done with the work week, and weekend is close by!

Today we are talking about the room:

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Here’s a child’s room, that we need to talk about and discuss what we like and do not like. So here we go, comment with these two phrases Read the rest of this entry

Let’s Talk About the Room!

Happy Wednesday!

lets talk about the room

Here’s what you have to do to participate:

comment with these two phrases

One thing I like most about this room is…

One thing I like least about this room is…

To view other discussions, click here.

Let’s Talk About the Room!

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All you have to do is comment below with these two phrases: Read the rest of this entry

Let’s Talk About the Room!

Good morning! Happy Wednesday!

Here’s a great balcony for us to discuss today.

One thing I like most about this room is…

One thing I like least about this room is…

lets talk about the room

Let’s Talk About the Room!

I’m in love with Wednesdays like today – filled with warm sunny weather! How about where you at?

Let’s continue with our tradition here, and talk about this room. Answer this:

One thing I like most about this room is…

One thing I like least about this room is…

lets talk about the room

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Do you know the St. Patrick’s Day traditions? Well, let me provide you with some here:

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green for st patSt. Patrick’s Day tradition holds that if you’re not wearing green on March 17, you’ll get pinched.

Wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day is a tradition that started in the 17th century, when green ribbons and shamrocks were worn to celebrate Ireland’s patron saint. The tradition was popularized by Irish immigrants in the United States, who believed that wearing green made you invisible to leprechauns, fairy creatures who would pinch anyone they could see. Pinching those who didn’t wear green was meant to remind them that leprechauns could sneak up at any time. Still, only around half of Americans choose to deck themselves out in green for the holiday.

5 Ways for Women to Wear Green on St. Patrick’s DayWomen can accessorize easily with green without going over the top. Here are five things women can wear on St. Patrick’s Day so they won’t get pinched:

  1. Green jewelry: necklaces, earrings, rings, and pins
  2. A green scarf
  3. A green headband
  4. Green nail polish
  5. A green scrunchie or ponytail holder Read the rest of this entry

Color green

Green is a color intermediate in the spectrum between yellow and blue, an effect of light with a wavelength between 500 and 570 nm; found in nature as the color of most grasses and leaves while growing, of some fruits while ripening, and of the sea. Read the rest of this entry

Let’s Talk About the Room!

Just have a look at the room photo below and leave a comment with your answers to these two questions in the comments’ section:

One thing I like most about this room is…

One thing I like least about this room is…

lets talk about the room

Let there be ‘Green’

I love the colors of nature; brown tones, green ones…even some yellow.But Green is definitely my favorite.

Green occupies more space in the spectrum visible to the human eye than most colors, and is second only to blue as a favorite color. Green is the pervasive color in the natural world, making it an ideal backdrop in interior design because we are so used to seeing it everywhere.

The natural greens, from forest to lime, are seen as tranquil and refreshing, with a natural balance of cool and warm (blue and yellow) undertones. Green is considered the color of peace and ecology.

However, there is an “institutional” side to green, associated with illness and government-issued green cards, that conjures up negative emotions, as do the “slimy” or “bilious” greens.

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