Monday, November 2, 2009

P is for...


* peace * poetry * pie * paper * playgrounds * princess breakfasts * painting * punctuation marks * Puccini * potluck * photography * Pride and Prejudice * pretty little girls in sailor suits * pink * pumpkin pie * peanut butter * participating wholeheartedly * penguins * piping on a cushion * pirouettes * pens * purple sunsets * palace * plumes * perfect bites * pleasure reading * parks * polka dots * punctuality * posing * pasta * potpies * pompadours * popcorn * Penelope * puzzles * picture books * pale colors * pragmatism * Pop Art * prince on a white horse * partnership * Paul Revere * politics * pansies * pedantic conversations * pictures * pupils * paint palette * pirates * plows * pandas * pelicans * Pippi Longstocking and her monkey * patisserie * principals * patients * pencils * productions * pots and pans * painting word pictures * plums * pastimes * prayer * portraits * purple plastic purses * projectors * prancing ponies * pickles * pastries fresh from the oven * peanuts * peregrine * parkas * pins * Parcheesi * patience * Parmesan cheese * pigs * particle accelerators * peeping chicks * peculiar people * Peruvian sweaters * ponytails * pizza * pink poodles * peanut butter cup ice cream * peaking * Peter Pan * panther * primary colors * piddling around * pipe tobacco * productive days * pedaling your bike * pi * poking around old bookshops * pedal pushers * potpourri * peeping Toms * projects completed * police officers * pentominoes * penthouse * pony rides * panties, the big girl kind *

Don't you just love the alphabet?



To see more work from these excellent photographers, click the individual links. P by Claudecf. Portraits & Photography by .ultraviolet. Piroutte by Bichxa. Pleasure Reading by Pensiero. To find out more about the Alphabetica project, see the sidebar. To see the entire project so far, click the Alphabetica label at the end of this post. To see the unposted mosaics, click here.

32 comments:

:: elk :: said...

when you put it so eloquently ..i do!!

Jeanne said...

I love you
Today is all Souls day.
Wishing you much love and many blessings
Love Jeanne♥

Gigi said...

I so want to hug you right now.
P is for Perfect Post.
xoxo Gigi

Tabitha@ichoosebliss said...

You never disappoint. Each post is always done with love and care. We the readers can feel that. Thank You!

smith kaich jones said...

Oh, and promises kept and pennies found.

xoxo
:) Debi

Gayle said...

I love your picks of P words!

Char said...

gorgeous P lovin'

Meri said...

And passion. Don't forget passion.

dutchbaby said...

You are a pantastic priend!

Lubna said...

P is for PALS, blogger pals.

~Leslie said...

I'm one of the many followers of your blog and wanted to let you know that I've nominated you for the Kreativ Blog award. I so enjoy reading your blog! You can follow this link to find out more about it, and post it do your page if you choose to accept it!

Warmly,
~leslie
http://home-grownkids.blogspot.com/2009/11/i-am-honored-thank-you.html

Wildflower Studio (Michelle Dransart) said...

How fun, and so creative!

Ragamuffin Gal said...

I have been away too long... but I am loving catching up with your blog. First of all I loved it when you talk about walking down the hall with 2 2nd graders on each hip and I delighted in all of your descritions of your St. Louis trip. No one can even come remotely close to spinning a tale and making pure silk out of it as you can my friend. Love you!

PixieDust said...

I love it even more now!

:-D

(((hugs))),
love,
me

TheChicGeek said...

Hi Relyn :)
Love your P picture! What in the world is a particle accelerator? LOL
That was fun! Hope all is well and happy in your world!
Love and Hugs :)
Kelly

beth said...

yep...you got mine in there :)
photography !!!
xoxo

Jessica said...

I can't tell you how much I love these alphabet posts! Poking around old bookstores has to be my favorite. I hope November is treating you well.

Derrick said...

Hi Relyn,

I'd say you were perspicacious!

Christina said...

this is so lovely. may i add a cloud of pavlova, with plums and pomegranate seeds. and two spoons, for us to share.
xo

suvarna mollerup said...

hee hee hee, "panties, the big girl kind" lol.
pomegranates, plush toys, paper weights, and poodles.
:-)

margie said...

praise pour vous.

A Cuban In London said...

'pedalling you bike'. Yes, yes and yes!

Loved that p-inspired post.

Greetings from London.

Grammy's Sweet Nothings said...

Relyn, I always love reading your posts. They bring me much pleasure. But mostly, I love you! Love Grammy!

Marilyn Miller said...

Thanks for visiting me at Delights of the Heart. I hadn't thought about the cliffs of ochre in Provence looking like the Garden of the Gods, but you are right. I have been there many years ago.

meandering pearl said...

P is for Perfect!!!

sendind sweetest thoughts

Jeanie said...

What a great P! I love this idea, which I've seen you do in previous posts.Nice!

Sarah said...

A brilliant list Relyn. My favourites are pleasure reading, pot pies, pedantic conversations, peculiar people and projects completed! Oh-and also 'poking around old bookshops'. Perfect p list. I have a book meant for crossword puzzle solvers which is just full of lists-arranged alphabetically and then by nummbers of letters-smallest word to biggest. My favourite list in that is the one of colour names but there are many other good ones. I love a godd list.

Alicia @ boylerpf said...

Great collage! Love all the P's...especially the Punctuality...something I should really Practice!
Hoping your week is full of Pure Paradisiacal Perfection!

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

I was hoping Pippi was in there and there she is! I so loved her as a child. Have you seen 'Where the Wild Thing Are" yet? I can't wait to see it.
Your posts are always so Precious!!
Kirsten

SE'LAH... said...

So happy to see you exploring the alphabet again. ;)

peace.

gkgirl said...

hi there...
first of all, i just want to say
that i love your blog...and will
definitely be back.

but what i came to tell you
was how happy your sweet,
thoughtful comment was that you
left on my blog.

it really meant a lot to me.

thanks for visiting and i hope you will come by again...
{and i am finding doing keri's list is a huge inspiration...you should really give it go, if you have time...they are great idea prompts to springboard from...}

Jaime said...

princess breakfasts...how sweet. Are plump piles of pancakes on the menu? If so, I'm in!

xo

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