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September 11, 2012

Wordless Wednesday Blog Party with Linky!





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27 comments:

Cropped Stories said...

I stole your wordless wednesday button and am drafting my post; I'll be back to link up!

Beth said...

I have never seen a double acorn, Now I will be looking for one.

stevebethere said...

Never seen this before it certainly looks interesting heheh!

Theresa said...

Tis the season for the squirrels to be chucking those onto my deck, which is currently covered with those stupid things. (By the way, they really hurt when you get hit with one!) If double acorns = good luck, then I best get to the gas station and get some lottery tickets!

Paula Miller said...

Everyone should find at least one double acorn in their lifetime lol! And Theresa if you've found that many you should buy a lottery ticket!

Epic said...

Thanks for hosting this linky and happy W.W.
Cheers,
Char
http://1epicmom.com/2012/09/09/the-parent-rap/

Judy Haughton-James said...

It is real cool that you came across a double acorn Paula! Great shot! Thanks for hosting and Happy WW!

Ai Sakura said...

Wow I've never seen that before! :)

Katherines Corner said...

Thank you for hosting. My link back will be visible tomorrow when my post is published at 100 am . Love those double acorns. xo

BusyWorkingMama said...

Yay for good luck!

Journeys of The Zoo said...

Thanks for the linky Paula. I joined up, http://www.journeysofthezoo.com/2012/09/ww-picasso-as-a-toddler.html

New follower via Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/JourneysofTheZoo2) and Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/journeyofthezoo). We already love each other on Twitter (@zoojourneys).

Besos, Sarah
Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Ohhhhh that is AWESOME!!!!

Kris @ beyond the whiskers said...

Sounds good to me....hope the good luck follows you all year long!

Emilee Roberts said...

That is neat!!

Lily Ashley said...

i never knew that's what it meant, will have
fun with the kids hunting for them ;)

Thanks for the linky, I have a linky on my WW post as well...
http://www.adventuresofamilitaryfamilyof8.com/2012/09/Disney-Memories.html
and fill out your info here if you want your linkies on my future directory
http://www.adventuresofamilitaryfamilyof8.com/p/blog-hop-directory-form.html

prideinphotos.com said...

I didn't know a double acorn stood for good luck...you learn something everyday. Thanks for sharing and the linky party.
Laurie @ Pride in Photos

mail4rosey said...

Acorns are a SURE sign of Fall!! :)

Ms POSH said...

I saw my first acorn of the season yesterday.

Have a great WW!
POSH

Candace Jedrowicz said...

I LOVE finding double acorns!
Dropping in from Aquariann's Linky party

Paula Miller said...

I wanted to thank everyone who has stopped by so far for linking up and/or commenting!! Makes me smile :)) I'm pretty sure I returned the Linky L♥ve to everyone! If not remind me!! lol

alissa apel said...

Twin acorns are cute!

Clairejustine said...

Lovely :)

Spilled Milkshake Designs said...

How awesome! I've never seen a double acorn before :)

Marina@EBMR said...

Ooooh! Neat!

Kateri said...

Acorns say fall loud and clear. I didn't know that double acorns bring good luck! Love your photo by the way.

Nicole Flothe said...

That's an awesome find! Congrats:) I wonder if it's like a turkey wishbone where when you break them you can make a wish. Have a great WW!

Joyce Lansky said...

I didn't know double acorns were lucky.

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