Wednesday, 23 June 2010

W is for.........

Wow while will we're working our way through the wonderful English alphabet , I find myself pausing in wonder at the world around me.





Firstly there is the amazing world as seen from above



Then we have a new born baby , again what a wonder created in secret for 9 months



This wasps nest was taken into school by a teacher , I don't know if you have ever touched one but they feel as delicate as paper and from above look like a peony .Truly a wonder of nature.




What will grow from these tiny seeds? something amazing I am a sure another secret gem .




Ok there are some people who think that weeds are just wrongly placed plants , not me I think they are a pain in the beds.



Walking is something I REALLY should do more of I am considering joining a Nordic walking group like our teacher . Speaking of our teacher pop over to school  and visit her class today to see more wonderful W words

What else can I include here ? Some wierd and wonderful words ? No not today don't want to wear your brain out.

I must just tell you about Wendy and William tho . Wendy and William Walker are wonderful people they have children called Winston, Wayne, Walter, Wilma, Wren and Wisteria . Such a wild wayward bunch of children.
They live on a windy lane , in a wobbly house with weathered wooden windows and Witch hazel in the wild overgrown garden.
They are so generous they would walk to work and lend you their worn out volkswagen if you were in need.
Anyway I must go work is calling .

24 comments:

H said...

You're quick off the mark today Tracy :)
We had a wasps nest in our loft. They are so delicate!

Red Couch Recipes said...

Thanks for showing some of the wonders of the universe! Joni

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I love all the names Wendy and Walter chose. Great post.

Sarah said...

Some wonderful photos of true wonders! ~ Sarah

Brenda said...

Great post and I love the W family note at the end!

mbkatc230 said...

Great photos and choices for W. Loved the Wendy and Walter story! Kathy

mrs. c said...

A great combination of w thoughts. I really like your family story.

Jo said...

i enjoyed your post ... the world is truly full of miracles and other little secrets!

Short and Sweet said...

I just love your "W" post! Your choice of words is perfect and the way you used them is so creative. I had no idea that a wasp's nest would be so delicate and soft.
Great job.

Jenny said...

Hi Tracy!

What a wonderful stop on my little journey through Alphabe-Thursday's Letter "W"!

Such a wide variety of interesting "W"ords! I loved the cartoon!

Thanks for always helping make this meme so great!

A+

GardenofDaisies said...

So many wonderful w's!

Cheryl D. said...

Happy W day! I really liked the photo of the wasps' nest. Very cool!

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

You really gave us some things to think about for Alphabe-Thursday.

maggy, red ted art said...

What a great "W" post. It really is "Wow" ;-)

Mumsy said...

Great post! It's a wonderful world when you look at things in different perspective..

Cheryl said...

There was a wasp nest hanging in my father-in-law's neighbors tree that was as big as 3 footballs. It's the one bee I'm actually afraid of. Eek!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

WONDERFUL W'S!!!

jeff campbell said...

Very cool post...and I'm not worn out a bit:-) Peace and blessings

Catherine said...

Wonderful W post, very fun!
Blessings,
Catherine

Melinda Cornish said...

oh the wonder of it all....so many wonderful things in our world if you just take time to look.

Viki said...

Great W words. I loved the little tale at the end. Almost like a tongue twister. Great W post.

Anna said...

Wonderful collection of W-words! World, wonder, wasp, weed!
Best wishes,
Anna

Anna's W-Words

Jingle said...

wise w names...
Smiles!

Christy said...

Well put together - I love the picture of the newborn baby. Got an AWE from me!