Season 597- PHOTOSYNTHESIS

one more from me! an original.

sit with a plant and say Thank You for giving us oxygen.
if plants could talk they will say Thank You for giving them carbon dioxide.
so the next time when you feel overwhelmed by life's challenges,
go sit with a tree, or a little flower.
and feel safe in the cycle of life on earth.
be with it, stay with it, and know that life always sorts itself out.
so dance, dance, dance with life.


thanks for such a wonderful week Dave.
 
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I was hoping to get a final song in, but alas life got in the way. Fortunately it works for this week’s season as well!

Thanks everyone for the songs, which I really enjoyed, and to our host.

And thanks for the second week for making the new guy welcome. Lovely corner of the internet this, isn’t it?
 
And thanks for the second week for making the new guy welcome. Lovely corner of the internet this, isn’t it?
It is! I still have so much of last week to catch up on... it's great that it's suddenly got really busy in this corner of the internet! Well, not that it was quiet, but the last couple of weeks have been great and it's always wonderful to have new people joining in.
 
As I hoped, a whole new flurry of activity, bringing our count to 124 incredible videos, many ukers playing more than one for us, and one first timer! This week has vastly exceeded my expectations and has me grinning from ear to ear!!! Thank you all, as I have said before, for your enthusiastic response.
I have not picked a favorite in years, don’t plan to here either. Just going to ask you all to grab your ukes and help me play this one out. This was an awesome week gang!
 
Thanks, Dave - great Season!

And for anyone with more than a passing interest in the theme (especially our esteemed host) - this is a must watch:


Not sure if the link will work in countries outside the UK. You may find it available on other platforms - well worth the search!
 
A great week, Dave ... thank you!
 
I think I have to pay that. Means completely broken. So you are close enough. Some sources say it was derived from the prickly pear plague of the early 1900’s where much farmland was completely overrun by the noxious plant.
It’s a very ubiquitous saying now…can describe a broken down car, an injured sportsman etc. Well done on your guess!
That's so interesting! I lived in Arizona for a few years, and we had a purple prickly pear cactus. I'm so glad you included the reason why most likely called that.IMG_20200423_173107788.jpg

I think I have to pay that. Means completely broken. So you are close enough. Some sources say it was derived from the prickly pear plague of the early 1900’s where much farmland was completely overrun by the noxious plant.
It’s a very ubiquitous saying now…can describe a broken down car, an injured sportsman etc. Well done on your guess!
 
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