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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Love IS all around.

The Accidental Mom Blogger
 
Till the next post, have a blessed week!

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15 comments:

  1. Ooooooooooooooh!!!

    One of those inanimate thingy shots! :D LOVE it~!

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    1. Regina, my vocabulary has widened. I know animate but not sure what was inanimate. Made me go look up dictionary. waahahahaha!

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  2. Lovely shot of the seeds.. I remember seeing a lot of them when I was a teenager.

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    1. Thanks and yes me too! It's diminishing... I remember it meant something. Like some love seeds or whatever. Any idea? haha!

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  3. Hi! Stumbled across this via sakura haruka's linky party. I know these seeds as 'saga seeds;. I was always fascinated at their smoothness and plastic look. Brought back a lot of childhood memories just at once glance of this photo. Thanks for sharing this lovely shot.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Serenely! Yes its called saga seeds. I just thought I remembered that it meant love if you give it to someone... not sure if I am correct. :p

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  4. Where did u pick them? I was just talking about these seeds with my hubby over the weekend!

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    1. What a coincidence! We found lots of them scattered on the grounds at Wessex estate. Along Portsdown Road.

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  5. Beautiful :) brings back so many fond memories..
    thanks for sharing!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka
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    1. Thanks Ai! It does bring back memories. Sweet ones ya?

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  6. My son's school has a tree and so once in a while, he will bring home a couple of saga seeds home. I keep them in my car. Yes, where did you find yours?

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    1. Nice! Am sure we can do crafts with it too. :) We found ours at Wessex estate, along Portsdown Road.

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  7. Nice seeds, not sure where we can find these trees in SG? Do you happen to know?

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  8. what a beautiful picture! those seeds look so polished!

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