Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Alphabe Thursday.


Another week, another letter for Ms Matlocks class. This week we work on the letter N.  I found a lot but I  chose the letters that I have photo’s to go with.
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First N for Napoleon. When in our hotel in Valence  I saw these men that were dressed like Napoleon.
And N for narrow like in narrow canals and stairs and streets and doors.
And N for numbers,
And N for neat like that neat garden.
And N for what´s in a name like Nyman.

Have a nice week.    For more Alphabe Thursday go here  :  http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com/

35 comments:

Jenny Woolf said...

My younger daughter went to a French school and every year they had to dress up in olden days French costume on July 14, Bastille Day. I think they were all sans-culottes, not napoleonic soldiers, though!

This is Belgium said...

inspiratievol
mooie collage!

Tina´s PicStory said...

what a neat mosaic :)

EG Wow said...

Great mosaic of N-photos! Napoleon is one I never would have thought of. :))

Home and Lifestyle said...

Wat een mooie collage Riet, vooral de tuin weet mijn aandacht te trekken :)!

Liefs, Ingrid

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Lovely collage as always!

Napoleon is a great idea...

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Your collage is delightful, and I tried to name the "n"s without looking. I did get Napoleon though!

Bises,
Genie

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Riet
I like the group of Napoleons and the other photos in your collage for 'n' this week.
Judith

JDaniel4's Mom said...

What wonderful pictures! I love how you put this together.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

A good selection of your photos for "N" Riet! Well done!

momto8 said...

my kids would love this post!!

anitamombanita said...

another wonderful collage!

Gattina said...

Now, that's really something ! I live "on" Napoleons battle field in Waterloo and never thought of him !

Fluitenkruid said...

Voor jou ook een hele fijne week Riet!

Louis la Vache said...

Neat applicatioN of "N"!

Kom Achterom said...

Wat een mooie collage Riet!
fijne dag
Yolanda

klaproos said...

heel mooi bij elkaar gevonden lieve rioet,
dat zal nog een heel werk zijn denk ik hé

xxx

Emille said...

Great pics, Riet. Like the costumes too, except these Napoleon's are probably all too tall:)

greet's foto's said...

lieve Riet,wat een heerlijke collage,je bent ook overal geweest hoor,heerlijkom zoveel van de wereld te zien

lieve groetjes greet

Walk in New York said...

bel ensemble de photos, avec une preference pour la reunion des napoleons ;)

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Donna Heber said...

Hi Riet,

Wonderful mosaic and words for the letter "N". Thank you for taking the time to visit me.

Donna Heber said...

Hi Riet,

Wonderful mosaic and words for the letter "N". Thank you for taking the time to visit me.

Jenny Schouten Short said...

Missing those Dutch streets...Napolean turned the Grote Kerke in Veere near our home into a hospital during his war there. xo Jenny

Nezzy said...

That is one wonderful mosaic to go with the letter 'N' sweetie!!!

Nicely done!!!

God bless ya and have yourself a beautiful day girl!!!

You photos are awesome!!! :o)

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Great mosaic for N.

BROCANTERIE DERDIJK said...

Wat een leuke collage,
voor jou ook een hele fijne week!

Groetjes,
Esther

Nezzy said...

Hey sweetie, I just wanted to thank you for droppin' by with your sweet comment and hoppin' on my blog, I sure hope ya enjoy the ride.

God bless and in the words of that whacky old Granny Clampett, "ya'll come back now, ya hear!!!"

Have a terrific day!!! :o)

afanja said...

Knappe weergave van de N in beelden.

Karen S. said...

Now once again you have nestled quite a bit of lovely photos and words for our viewing pleasures!

Sue said...

Cool collage.

=)

Ames said...

I love all those pictures. I bet there are neat stories behind the narrow canals and alley ways. Thanks for sharing them with us. Oh and what were those men doing? The ones dressed like Napolean?~Ames

Pondside said...

Such a lot of good 'Ns'. The only thing missing might be one of those lovely custard-filled pastries we called Napoleons when I was a girl!

beckyp said...

great pictures I was almost hoping this would be about napolean dynamite (you know that silly movie)

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

Lovely N images! I especially love the narrow streets!

Blessings & Aloha!
Happy to be visiting through Ms. Jenny's Alphabe-thursday :o)

Jenny said...

Oh Riet! Thanks for the nifty little vacation for the letter "N". I loved all these images.

That little white building is so intriquing to me. I'd like to go peak in the windows!

Thanks for linking up!

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