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Today's color is sage!
We're growing sage in our garden and mom does harvest some of the leaves to dry them for her spice chest.
The lids on the jars of these McCormick spices are sage!
The silk flowers in between these pottery houses are sage!
Next week's color is RAINBOW!
So until next time.................
Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch
Mmmmmh .... sage. I once rested my head on a sage pillow. That's good looking sage you have there in your garden!ReplyDelete
Great job on the sage color! We can't think of a single thing, in our house, that is sage. Oh yeah, I think we do have a few of those same spices!ReplyDelete
Penny & Patches
Great job on "sage". We have to agree with Penny and Patches.ReplyDelete
Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Ruairi
There must be a colour that you don't have in your house!!!ReplyDelete
I am so impressed.
See Yea george xxx
I had trouble finding sage in my house. I could have used the spice lids, I have plenty of those. Love the sage plant. My mother always made sage dressing with our Thanksgiving dinner. It was really tasty. She could grow herbs. She had a really green thumb. Sadly, mine is more on the dark brown to black side. ;(ReplyDelete
We've got sage in our garden too. It's a dark kind of green, I reckon, kind of greyish.ReplyDelete
All of a sudden we are thinking about turkey and dressing!YUM!ReplyDelete
Very nice! That sage in your garden is pawfect!ReplyDelete
Have you ever fried sage leaves, in a pan of olive oil till crisp, and then sprinkled with salt?ReplyDelete
Pretty yummy...also works with tomato leaves, but the sage leaves are really tasty!
I used to love having sage in the garden. It smelled so nice when I brushed past it. Now I've given up on gardening. I have too many helpers.ReplyDelete
Maggie and MitchReplyDelete
I think sage is such a pwetty soft gween I bet the ones you gwow and dwy smell wondewfullest
Ooooh, mum likes dat sage color. Her likes walls dat color. We used to haves some growing...not da walls but da plant.ReplyDelete
You always do well to find such pretty things for your colour posts.ReplyDelete
The silk flowers between the pottery houses looked lovely.
Can't wait to see your rainbow colours.
Martha and Bailey xxx
Great sage colors, and plants, at your house. We poked around a bit but the only color sage we could find at our place was something growing in the fridge but I don't think Mom wants to share that with anyone. Ugh.ReplyDelete
way to go you two we knew you would have some real sage in that grand estate of yours loves and licksReplyDelete
dont forget the shuttered windows on the cottages they look pretty sage to me, thanks for playing!ReplyDelete
Pawesome job AGAIN!ReplyDelete
Sage is one of Mom's favourite greens!
Khyra and Khousin Merdie
Mmm sage we are thinking Turkey day... Turkey and cool weather...ReplyDelete
Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie
Again, Great job finding colours. We love your sage objects.ReplyDelete
XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella
What's a turkey?
Hi Maggie and MitchReplyDelete
Nice sage stuff. All we have is a plant called creeping thyme. It looks sage to me
My grandma loves it! She has lots of clothes in that color!
You always show us pawesome things!
Kisses and hugs
Your sage looks beautiful!ReplyDelete
Hi friends!!! Can smell that sage :)ReplyDelete
See you again soon!
Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
Is sage nice? I've never tried sage, and your neat bunch really excites me. Hmm.. got to try sage soon.ReplyDelete
Luv your natural touch on this Sage Challenge.
What a pretty colour! Love the sage in the garden! Lots of love, Debbie and HollyReplyDelete
Hey! We got to taste some (of what Moma and OurGirl would share with us) sage cheese from your neck of the woods. Wow! It was deelish! (To say nothing of the pretty dusty color.)ReplyDelete
We miss you. But we've got great memories,
Jake and Fergi xxoo