Friendly Fridays in a row

This is what I wish to Amanda and Sandy, the new FF host, and to all of you: neverending Friendly Fridays in a row.

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Welcome back, Friendly Friday photo challenge! For the first theme this year Amanda calls all in a row.

It took me such a long time to post this post, but not just because this weekend we were tourists. I had a lovely visitor, blogger Flavia, who has just moved her content to a new blog and posted the view from Capalbio on the hill above my home. Visitors make you see things more clearly. It is gorgeous!

The other reason was that I was swamped with photos of things in a row and couldn’t decide which ones to post, as is my habit. Finally I settled on these thirty images.

I sense that thirty photos per post might become my new norm instead of former twenty if I’m not careful.

But where is the editor now to tell me to lose ten of these?? Nowhere in sight, that’s where. I’m my own Mexcessive editor and I love my job.

Next Friday we meet at The Sandy Chronicles. Let your every day be a friendly Friday!

And row? In a now!

For Friendly Friday Photo Challenge hosted by Amanda from Something to Ponder About: All in a row

29 thoughts on “Friendly Fridays in a row

      1. I hope you manage to transfer them! I never thought of this option and always started from scratch after every blog move.

        Also, to help you out: I’ve noticed that now you have two accounts: Flavia Vinci, which still leads to your old blog when you comment somewhere – as you did here, and flavia2112 which leads to your new blog. This second account doesn’t have the penguin. 🙂

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      2. Yep, this is a question I have already made to the assistance guys. I don’t know how to merge them and tgey say they are working on it. The followers migration instead was an offer proposed by tge jetpack plug-in. I ignored we could do it, by the way they swear that the process has been successful but after more than 24 hours I cannot see the results. I will pretend to be patient and will be waiting until tomorrow!!! 😉

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  1. Well done Manja! You have the most wonderful mind. Such great interpretations of rows, and yes, they all work. I LOVE the clothespins photo. Wow. The row of green doors is also fabulous. Each one different, but all the same. Kinda like people.

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    1. What a wonderful comment, Crystal. ❤ ❤ ❤ Thank you so much! Just like people indeed. Isn't it nice how many of us there are? And then like attracts like and we find each other. The clothespins and the green doors were found by chance in a godforsaken village that felt completely outside of time. I'm so glad that you love this post.

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