One Word Sunday: Pond

Debbie’s theme this Sunday is ‘Pond or Ponder’. Well nothing could be ponder than a fish pond, so here’s mine through our kitchen window. The photo was taken on a rainy Saturday morning and the goldfish were extra wet and probably pondering whether the raindrops landing on the surface were fish pellets or not. I’m sure they were very disappointed.

We’ll be leaving to see family in NJ on Tuesday so I may not be around on WP very much. Wishing you all a relaxing Sunday and a great week.

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57 comments on “One Word Sunday: Pond

  1. That pond is absolutely beautiful! What a delight to see that out your window every day. I grew up in NJ – wonder if you’ll be near my ole neck of the woods? Hope you’re having a great trip. Lots of rain here in the east coast last week. Wishing you rainbows.

  2. Hi Sylvia, you are probably flying out today, but just to say,, have a lovely time with your family…I felt very nervous flying last year (Melbourne -Canberra) but I felt really good once I had done it! Have fun and takes some pics.

  3. You will be missed. The view from your kitchen and the lovely pond is exquisite. It must be difficult to leave such a peaceful, serene setting even for a short while. Hope the goldfish don’t get to miss you too much. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Happy travels and wishing you a joyous time with family. ๐Ÿ’•

  4. What a beautiful patio pond and lucky fish! We’d be happy to have some of your rain over here in the west. Safe travels to NJ. I hear from people it is raining a lot there too.

  5. You canโ€™t get any ponder that a fish pond! You always begin my Sundays with a smile. I LOVE the view from your kitchen window, Sylvia. Tranquil and inviting. Iโ€™m following the situation in South Africa closely from out side of the world. My prayers are with the country and the many people who are working hard to bring peace in the midst of turmoil. Have a wonderful time in NJ – safe travels. Looking forward to your return. Hugs and more hugs.

    • Hugs to you too, dear Rebecca. I always aim for a smile. ๐Ÿ˜€ Yes, things in South Africa are a bit dire at the moment, but there are far more good people than bad, so we just have to hope that the trouble will die down very soon. Itโ€™s such a pity when troublemakers upset the peace and make life difficult for so many of their fellow citizens. If only everyone could be kind in this this world. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  6. Your fish pond looks lovely. Enjoy your time away with the family and I sincerely hope that your South African family are keeping safe. The riots in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng look horrendous.

    • Thanks, Jude. Yes, the family in SA are all safe and well. Hoping for better days ahead. Itโ€™s all so disappointing as there was so much potential when Madiba came out of prison. Zuma has been a real fly in the ointment for so many years. ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

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