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Saturday, 9 July 2016

Eat your Greens for AJJ



Two Digital pages today for 

For my theme choice of
In my garden there is............  vegetables

So following on from yesterday's  Vegetable patch ,
 I have made a couple of pages that I hope will make you smile.
Children and vegetable often cause parents some strife.
 I had one who loved the veg and another who absolutely hated them.
Now as adults they  would wonder what all the fuss was about. Typical!!!!


This second page come from a memory with my Gran.
When she tried to tell us babies were found in the cabbage patch.
By the way, my Gran was a wonderful old lady and we loved her very much.
Can you imagine the look on our kids faces if they were told that these days.

Another afternoon glued to the television tomorrow,
 with the finals of the Men's singles match at Wimbleton
Then after that I won't have to juggle with tennis matches and the
 Tour de France that still has two more weeks of viewing.
Thank you for calling in to see me today, I appreciate the comments you leave for me  and I am enjoying my visits to the folks over at AJJ.


22 comments:

  1. LOVE the gorgeous displays of these two...colours and images are gorgeous.xx {aNNie}

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  2. Wonderful pages, and yes, I remember those sort of fights, veggies were regarded almost as 'poison' by my daughter! And as for the cabbage patch....yes, it seems impossible today. Thanks for making these delights for AJJ, and enjoy your sport, hugs, Valerie

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  3. Brilliant pages - they did make me smile and I can remember always being told to eat my greens.
    xxx Hazel.

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  4. Two fabulous digi pages Yvonne, - you are so clever the way you put these together!
    Enjoy your last afternoon of Wimbledon!

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  5. Really beautifully designed pages ❤
    Have a happy Sunday 😃

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  6. Oh your pages really made me smile! I love them both and the sentiments are fab. I'm with you and glued to the TV this afternoon, I'm planning a little Wimbledon lunch for my Mum and watching the match with her - of course strawbwerries and cream are included :-). This morning I spent time watching the bikes on the Manchester to Blackpool cycle event, there's about 8000 of them and they go right past our house. Have fun! J :-)

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  7. These are super Yvonne. Your fair princess girl has quite the attitude. I love her. And the baby in the broccoli patch- how smart. Enjoy the rest of Wimbleton! Hugs-Erika

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  8. Adore these! Hope you enjoyed the Tennis.
    Hugs Flo xx

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  9. I love the pages and the sentiments! Gorgeous!
    Hope you enjjoyed tennis!
    Thank you so much for all the support to Art Journal Journey!
    oxo Susi

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  10. Two fabulous pages Yvonne, love the images and sentiments. My Mum used to tell me I'd been found under a Gooseberry bush!
    Enjoy your sporty Sunday.
    Avril xx

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  11. Wonderful pages Yvonne . A great post that made me smile

    We fitted in the Grand Prix as well and now the football lol

    Love Chrissie xx

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  12. These are so sweet, but the second one with its story really pulls at the old heart strings. I love the old stories we were told as wee ones. genie

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  13. True!!!!!! Grrr children and vegetables, horror every night.
    Whaha.
    Gr miranda

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  14. Such vibrant pages Yvonne, love the theme!
    Val x

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  15. Such vibrant pages Yvonne, love the theme!
    Val x

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  16. Fabulous pages Yvonne and I njust love the baby in the cabbage patch ! we were told they were found under the gooseberry bush and when we questioned that were told the Doctor fetched them in his bag ! as we spent most of our time on the local farm we soon got over that idea !

    Joan x

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  17. Gorgeous pages Yvonne. Colours and images are very beautiful.
    Mar xx

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  18. Golly, Yvonne, I've always loved veggies, so you would never have to entice me. This was a fun two page spread, and I got a laugh out of the cabbage patch baby. It was just the laugh I needed today. Hope yours was super.

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  19. Fantastic!!!! I really love your pages, that reminds me at my childhood, when I thoughed that children grow out of cabbage, because you saw that in many vegetables illustration books!!

    Have fun!!
    Maria

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  20. Cute veggie pages. Your Gran's story is very sweet. I still don't eat many vegetables!

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  21. Beautiful pieces Yvonne. I don't think I ever grew out of that fussy vegetable stage. I still struggle with it and always always always land on corn!! tee hee. hugs :)

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  22. Both collages are really lovely.
    Looks like your fairy princess must be doing everything just right as she is precious.
    And ah about back in the day when life seemed to be more simple.
    Bless your sweet Gran.
    oxo

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