Thursday, 16 June 2016

Happy Day | Good Fences #7

Both, son and daughter graduated with flying colours! Doubly grateful. Happy day for us. I thought I had no picture for Good Fences :-) But this one is also nice for it. I hope you like our wrought iron gate, without dangerous sharp points.

Allebei, zoon (17) en dochter (15) zijn geslaagd voor hun examen. Dubbel dankbaar. Vandaag de uitslag! Wat een geluk. Ik dacht dat ik vandaag geen foto zou plaatsen voor Good Fences, maar deze kan ook. Dan zie je gelijk ons mooie smeedijzeren hekje. We hebben bewust gekozen voor een hekje zonder scherpe punten omdat we bang zijn voor ongelukken met kleine kinderen.


 

Always putting the flag out, hanging the schoolbag(s) on the pole. It's a sign that somebody have passed their school exams (5 in our street).

Linked with GOOD FENCES

47 comments:

  1. Hello, congrats to both of your beautiful daughter and handsome son! Wishing you a happy Thursday and weekend ahead!

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  2. Well done to both daughter and son! They are the same ages as my daughter and son! My daughter still has exams.
    You have a neat and very pretty fence around the garden!
    Best wishes!

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    1. Christine,how;s with your daughter's exams?

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  3. Congrats on the work of the youngsters. Lovely fence around the house. Perfect for today.

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  4. congratulations to the graduates!! happy pictures!

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  5. Nice photos, very attractive garden and a big congrats to your son and daughter.

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    1. In the garden: white roses and lavender :-)

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    1. Thank you, Elizabeth. May God bless you.

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  7. I am so happy for you and your beautiful children, Jedidja! Lovely photos. :)

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  8. Wonderful news. Well done and good fense shot.

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  9. Wow great news . My daughter graduates school year with flying colours but on 24th June

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  10. Hoi.

    Harstikke gefeliciteerd, altijd een mijlpaal slagen voor je examen.

    Groettie van Patricia.

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  11. Two you can be proud of. And the two photos, also, you can be proud of. I noticed the tile roof in the back right and remembered a post I did on Japanese tile roofs. But the Dutch were making S-shaped pantile roofs centuries earlier than the Japanese. Considering that there was a Dutch presence in Japan (<—een link naar Nederlandse Wiki artikel) at the time the Japanese developed their own S-shaped pantiles, one wonders if the Japanese based the design on the older Dutch tiles.

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    1. Thank you so much for the link. I followed it next week when I saw your comment here. Very intesting.

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  12. congratulations to both of your children! how wonderful.

    you asked about the small house i posted. in america, there has been a trend to down-size into tiny houses to minimize expenses and live with less 'stuff'. i'm not sure if this will be their permanent residence or if they will eventually build a larger home on the site, but i believe two people live there now.

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  13. Time for celebrating!! How wonderful for both you children. Now, they can tackle ANYthing n life with their accomplishments.

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    1. Thank you for visiting me and your nice comment.

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  14. Hooray for the graduates! Your fence is really nice.

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    1. Thank you and I love the large potato on your bloh today!

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  15. congrats to your children. nice fence too.

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    1. Thank you Felicia. I LOVE the orange gerbera on your blog. Wish you fun with your new macro lens!

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  16. Congratulations to your children on their graduation. I know the feeling of pride you feel for them.

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  17. Van Harte gefeliciteerd !. Goed hoor.
    Groet Kees.

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  18. Congratulations!
    Your wrought iron gate and garden look very beautiful and the hanging schoolbags on the pole is a fun tradition. Thank you for sharing! Have a lovely weekend!

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    1. Thanks Sara. I love the amazing lupines on your blog today!

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  19. Congratulations to your son and daughter. Thanks for sharing this with us. Have a blessed day and a wonderful weekend. Madeline

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    1. Thanks Madeline. I hope you are writing on your blog soon!

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  20. What a wonderful tradition and congratulations to your children. A wonderful achievement. Delightful photos!

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  21. Hi dear Jedidja, just stopping by to let you know you are in my thoughts. I hope you are enjoying your time. Hugs. :)

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    1. Linda thanks. And I love it your are visiting Ralph's blog every time again!

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  22. HOW WONDERFUL! And I love the shot of the hanging schoolbags. FUN, FUN, FUNNY! Nicely done! Aloha!

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    1. Haha, ja, it's funny! Thanks for your comment, Hula La!

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  23. Dikke proficiat met je dochter en zoon, heerlijke vakantie tegemoet
    groetjes Geert

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  24. Congratulations!
    That is a unique and fun way to celebrate the event!

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  25. that looks like fun indeed :)..happy graduation :)

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  26. Congratulations to both students for their achievement. Hoisting their book bags on the flagpole is one I have never heard of before...interesting tradition.

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