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Friday, January 6, 2017

Willy Nilly Friday 5 No. 113

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Market Street Walkway . Roanoke

Sorry I'm late for Willy Nilly today...lack of sleep from the day before and first day back at school = wiped out and fell asleep! Here we go:

1) Like I said we went back to school yesterday...our Christmas break is over...I enjoyed it...over too quick...as always...

2) On Tuesday the boys and I went and saw Passengers in 3D...it was good...we all liked it...

3) On Wednesday I took Ashlyn out shopping to get her some things for her Dallas trip...we had lunch and shopped...it was nice spending the day with just her...something we don't get to do too often anymore!

4) We are supposed to get some snow tonight...maybe a couple of inches...doesn't seem like the weathermen really know and have been all over the board with the forecast...

5) Nick got me an Ancestry DNA test for Christmas...I am really excited to get my results back...If you have never noticed before I have a genealogy blog HERE ...I need to get back in it...it has been a while!

Well that is my 5 this week and I hope you will join in too! Post 5 randoms, link back and visit others! Have a great weekend!


I'm linking with Weekend Reflections
and Photo Friday

23 comments:

  1. Tanya, a nice mix of architectural style in your photo. Thanks for hosting!

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  2. Wow, the photo is awesome! Never heard of an an Ancestry DNA-Test before, that must be exciting.
    Holidays always are to short... enjoy your weekend

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  3. Once you dive into the new school year, the holidays always seem like a distant memory!
    I love your photo a lot!
    Thanks for hosting and enjoy the weekend!

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  4. I always used to hate it when the school holidays were over too Tanya, must admit I was probably the only mum who did, most couldn't wait for their kids to go back to school ☺ You captured the shot of the walkway from a fab angle with the mountains in the background.

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  5. I did the Ancestry DNA test and loved it. My husband did it and found out he was of Norwegian descent and not German, as originally thought. They could totally make a commercial out of him.

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  6. You are right about the weathermen. They certainly missed it yesterday. Now three inches tomorrow. Love this picture! On the left is the real city, and on the right is a glass city! A mirror image.

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  7. Always like the way those glass wall reflections create alternative realities.

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  8. seem like the weathermen really know - it happens all the time, or is differed by a day or two.

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  9. super cool buildings and great reflections

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  10. Pretty building....stopping by to see what is in Roanoke as I am slow at blogging! It has to be hard to get back in the school routine, Christmas flew by!

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  11. Beautiful shot! Sounds like you had some nice times.

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  12. Lovely reflections in that building. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU and I hope 2027 will be a very healthy year for you also.

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  13. Glass and reflections - two of my favorite things! Please come visit me at: http://www.landlfotos.weebly.com/blog.

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  14. The schools in Bend and surrounding area have had so many closed days for snow now, they are worried about the kids making them up! Love your Roanoke shots! I am happy to be back, and hope to share more of my area once all this snowing is done! It started up again this morning. We had a bologna sandwich and some rice for breakfast! :-) Rations are getting slim!

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  15. That is a great reflection shot and genealogy test sounds very cool

    mollyxxx

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  16. Pretty reflections! How exciting about the DNA test. I wouldn't mind doing one of those.

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  17. I bet you are related to the entire planet!

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  18. It is such a nicely composed photo, Tanya. Bravo! (And you will be so surprised when you learn you are mainly a Pacific Islander!)

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