Lost in Translation’s Pick a Word January

emerald (glow)
Β permeated (Williamsburg, Virginia)
wholesome (oranges and lemon with vitamin c powder – in blender waiting for water to then mix)


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26 thoughts on “Lost in Translation’s Pick a Word January

    1. Thanks, Sue. Sarah has a nice little style throughout her home and she has this enormous antique set in her DR – and this single play adorns the long table – and after our visit – we kept having small talk and ended up sitting there talking – the afternoon sun was setting and the glass dish looked prettier than ever….

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      1. I originally thought it was a giant lily pad. I’ve seen some in a pond here in Auckland — they are like very large circular plates a foot or more across, and have similar patterning. πŸ˜ƒ

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      2. well maybe this dish was inspired exactly by the lily pad you mention – and I actually have a photo with lily pads scheduled for tomorrow – well it has distant lily pads – but the one you talk about sounds pretty amazing.

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  1. πŸ™‚ That bridge shot made me go WOW. I love your limpid too, your daily vitamin dose, your emerald is so fresh, and I have been engorging all weekend so one more plate of chicken (?) will do no harm. πŸ˜† I love when you play with me. Thank you, Yvette. May your whole year be wholesome and happy!

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    1. Thanks, Paula. And that is chicken, but I cannot
      Recall when I had it – lol – found the photo from a SC Trip so it must have been good –
      And I’ll share only if you give me some of those blueberries you featured – still drooling 🀀
      And may your year be great too – cheers 🌈


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