Monday, March 11, 2019

Like a Fish Needs a Bicycle

 
 
 


I was playing by the lake,
enjoying the sun,
when I saw a little fish
swimming, having fun.

I called to the fish
and asked him whether
he'd like to come out
and play together.

"Come out of the lake?
wouldn't that be sweet,
but I am not a duck -
I don't have feet!"


Featured: A nice day out.
My little nephew Noam
was enjoying the sun.

68 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos and your nephew looks adorable. It's lovely to see some sunshine - all grey and high winds here today. xx

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  2. Such a sweet little cherub your nephew is. Your poem breathes sunshine and fun.

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  3. Hi Amalia, it is lovely to see your countryside, very lush and a beautiful tree pink with blossoms. How cute is that dear little nephew.

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  4. Noam is so adorable Amalia:):) Lovely sight there!

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  5. Wonderful photos. Your nephew is adorable.

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  6. Love the photos and great words. Have a good week, Diane

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  7. That’s a fascinating path through the pond...wonder if anyone ever falls in? Noam is a cutie pie and I love the poetry as always.

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    1. I suppose they would have put a rail if people fell in :-)

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  8. Hello, looks like a beautiful day for a walk. Your nephew is a cutie. Love the photos and views. Happy Monday, have a great day and new week ahead!

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  9. Such a lovely place for the little one to explore. Cute poem too:)

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  10. What a beautiful day and location. And your nephew and his hair? Oh my goodness, darling!!

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  11. Beautiful photos, Amalia! This place is wonderful! I love the blooming tree, and the wooden path on the lake. Your little nephew is adorable, and the poem is cute, as always. :-)
    Have a lovely week! Hugs!

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  12. Love the yellow flowers. So nice. Also the small boy.

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  13. Belas as imagens;
    Que gracinha de bebê lol;
    Boa semana.

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  14. That looks like a very serene place but also exciting and interesting for a youngster. Lovely!

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    1. It is a lovely place, a nature reserve that protects unique species of flora and fauna.

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  15. Such lovely photographs.
    Love the trees and the wooden walkway … but best of all your little nephew, he is adorable :)

    All the best Jan

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  16. What a little cutie. Looks like he really enjoyed the sunshine.

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  17. He is adorable! Those pictures are gorgeous! Hope you all had a great time at the lake. The walkway across looks so pretty! Love and hugs!

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    1. It was a lovely day. And my niece told us 100 (!) jokes about elephants. Why do elephants drink? To forget.

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  18. What a beautiful place to spend the day!

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  19. A lovely place to spend the day with a handsome little Prince (your nephew).

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  20. Oh that does look like a wonderful day out with so many beautiful sights to see :)

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  21. What a beautiful spot to enjoy with a darling child! Nice poetry, Amalia. xo

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  22. What a glorious setting to have a day out Amelia! Sweet sweet pictures of your little nephew, he is a darling! Such joy must have reigned in your heart to be out and about on such a beautiful day :) I loved the views, and what a lovely walk along the bridge! Blessings to you sweet friend :)

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  23. That last photo.. oh my what a sweetheart. I just want to give him a hug.
    I enjoyed the photos and the poem.
    Love, Carla

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  24. Beautiful pictures and lovely poem, Amalia!
    That fish's answer is so good<3
    I will also ask some fishes in nearby stream today!!

    akiko
    www.akikohiramatsu.com

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  25. oh wow.. I see short sleeves.. How I long for some warmer days!

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  26. It looks so beautiful there and I loved looking at the photos. Such a sweet poem and cute nephew. Thanks for sharing at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.

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  27. Always enjoy your photos and poems. Thanks!

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  28. What a sweet little poem, my friend. And oh, your nephew is just darling.

    Hugs to you!

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  29. Oh such a cute poem and such a sweet cherub little boy! Love your photos of your area! So pretty!

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  30. That may be the Dutch in you to say that a fish doesn't need a bicycle:):)Love that walkway over the water and the blooms in the tree and grass! And Noam - love his little pout:) Great subjects for All Seasons - thank you so much for sharing your (almost) spring!

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  31. Beautiful poem and pictures. Looking forward to spring seeing them! Anna x

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  32. This is a great place for photos! The poem is cute, too.

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    1. And...Thanks for linking up at My Corner of the World this week!

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  33. Lovely place and child. Very cute pictures. xoxo

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  34. Lovely pics and so cute Noam !
    Spring is there ! Yeah !
    Anna

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  35. Imagine if fish had bicycles...

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  36. What a gorgeous day and such beautiful territory. Oh, I do love a lake. And little Noam is just the cutest thing ever. Your poem is perfection and I think your day must have been too!

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  37. Adorable Noam and sweet poem!Gorgeous pictures!

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  38. A beautiful day out with family is always special. Noam has such cute chubby cheeks, and I love his hair. What a darling nephew you have.

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  39. A lovely day for a walk on the bridge. Noam is so cute! I like the poem.

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  40. Oh my goodness,such a sweet posting. Little Noam is precious. Homespun Hugs ♥ Teri

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  41. Noam is a doll! And it looks like spring in coming!!!!

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  42. Gorgeous weather there! I love Noam's shiny head of curls...what a cutie!

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  43. Hi Amalia,
    such a lovely poem and wonderful fotos of a dreamy landscape.
    Have a nice weekend!

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  44. Beautiful photos and wonderful poem!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  45. What a fun family excursion. I especially like the cheery yellow flowers.

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    1. They are called mustard flowers for some reason, probably the color. And yes, they are a cheerful lot.

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  46. Your nephew is so cute. Love the poem.

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  47. ...the first two image with yellow (mustard?) are wonderful.

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  48. It looks like Spring is arriving in your area, Amalia. What a pretty Pink blossom tree. Your nephew is so cute. And I wanted to tell you that I love your new Header, it's sweet and perfect for you, cause you're always making something special.

    ~Sheri

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  49. Wonderful pictures Amalia, and your nephew is adorable.

    Hugs Diane

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  50. What an amazing area you live in! And Noam is just too cute :)

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  51. What a nice day out and your nephew is adorable, Amalia!

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  52. BEAUTIFUL....looks like a nice day out and your nephew is adorable.

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  53. Las fotos son estupendas! ! Feliz semana! 📸📸📸

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  54. What a lovely poem for Noam! Thanks for your photos, Amalia;)

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  55. I am so jealous as I sit here still experiencing winter here in the midwest U.S. Your photos are lovely and your nephew is a real doll. Love your blog header,too cute! Thanks for sharing with Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen

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  56. Such wonderful spring sights!
    The photos of little children studying plants/flowers are always my favourites.

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  57. Your little nephew Noam is such a sweet little boy. He is at a lovely age. Loved these photos, a beautiful area, thank you for sharing them.

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  58. We need more rain like a fish needs a bicycle, that's a fun one to try out. What a pretty day out you had, I like how the walkway winds in a curve. Pretty little waterfall.

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  59. It warms my heart to see kids and families out in nature! A cherub!

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