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Friday, August 1, 2014

Mini Marshmallow Madness


I couldn't help but think of mini marshmallows toasted
over a pan of brownies or rocky road chocolate sheet cake
as I saw these clouds the other day!

Of course, it could be suds in a bathtub or cotton balls
on a river.  But marshmallows and and chocolate are
pretty hard to beat. ha.

I'm linking up with Sky Watch Friday!
They'll be featuring lovely skies all day tomorrow!
Click here to see more!

65 comments:

  1. They sure do look like mini marshmallows. Great skies Betsy!

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    1. Hi Denise! I saw you right beside me in the link up! How fun that it was someone I actually am acquainted with in blog land! I'll come see your entry soon, but the little thumbnail was beautiful!

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  2. Wow, there are a ton
    Could be sheep on the run

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    1. haha...you'd have to have insomnia to count all those.
      I don't have enough fingers and toes!

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  3. No, I think what we have here is the result of global warming and pollution and . . . .just a sec, Joan is interrupting, sorry correcting me . . . . . it's caused hot air meeting cold air and causing eddy currents in the upper atmosphere, she says.

    I don't think it's caused by Eddie at all, he's to nice to do anything like that.

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    1. It's as cold as autumn here...and as a result the 'experts' have renamed it climate change. haha. We have no pollution out here in the beautiful countryside of Ohio anyway!

      And here I thought you would say it looked like Creme Anglais!

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    2. Creme Anglais is very smooth and sweet; a bit like me, and nothing like those clouds.

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    3. GB - That means you must like me then !

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    4. Thank you Keith for saying Eddie is too nice to cause nasty Eddy currents. . . . lol
      Keith and I are both as sweet as Cream Anglais, aren't we Keith? . . . :)

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    5. Eddy - Er . . . . . Can I get back to you on that one?

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    6. How about dollops of Cream Anglais? Don't I at least get points for remembering that you like it? I don't even know what it is. ha.

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    7. Keith, you would like Gloria's blog...it's all cooking!

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    8. Keith, tell Gloria your cooking credentials. I think she would be impressed! (He's in England, though, and probably asleep already).

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  4. its like the top on yams at thanksgiving...ha...
    there is a cool pebbling in it....

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    1. That is so popular but I don't care for that...I like my yams to be savory. haha. And here I thought we were twins! ;)

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  5. Wow! What a sky and great shots ~ reminds me of cotton balls ~ Wonderful for SWF ~ thanks,

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  6. Im agree! Look like a ton of mini marshmallows!!
    I love marshmallows so much:))

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    1. It's probably cold enough there for a little outdoor fire!

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    2. Sure it is! But we can't stay out just now lol

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    3. haha...I like bonfires when it's cold more than in summer!

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    4. Sometimes we make this in the kitchen lol
      With a fork:)

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    5. Oh, that's funny! I should try that next time I have a craving. haha.

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  7. Beautiful sky shot! It really does look like marshmallows. :)

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    1. Doesn't it? So funny that it covered the sky like that! I should have looked for faces!

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  8. Betsy, those cloud piicies are really cool - could be one of the reasons why they look cool.

    At first sight it could be a 'ginormous' avalanche . . . :)

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    1. . . . and just love Marshmallows - yum

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    2. they're cool because they look cool? what? say again? lol...

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    3. Pity my explanation went straight into hyperspace - here we go again! . . . lol
      Yes it did look mighty confusing. I meant:

      The clouds LOOK really cool = great
      Maybe because it is very cool (maybe even cold) up there to form the marshmallow looking clouds . . . .

      Overall effect . . . . cool . . . . lol :)

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    4. My comment took . . . . . . cool

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  9. Since I just finished a huge Banana Split (July event at Villa Ramona)...I can only think Whipped Cream. So glad you are linking up with SWF. You have awesome skies. I did it for a couple of years...then ran out of skies...HaHa.

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    1. well, your ice cream sounds wonderful! You ran out of skies? Maybe Villa Ramona will give you some fresh ones! haha.

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  10. Oh, you have made me hungry for chocolate with marshmallows!

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    1. I think you started the marshmallow thing yesterday! haha.

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  11. My very first thought was hail. They got some of that stuff south of here today.
    I like marshmallows better.

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  12. You should plop those clouds into your coffee cup, on your header.

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    1. Thanks, SP! I appreciate you stopping by for a visit!

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  14. Hi fellow Ohioans :D

    Mini mallows are good (and they sure look like one) and yummy,but i like cotton candy as well. :D

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    1. Hi Willa! So happy to see you're in Ohio, too! Yes, cotton candy! I'm wondering if the same clouds passed over you! Ha.

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  15. Superb pics Betsy, I would go with the marshmallow theme, mmm that will have me checking the pantry for said marshmallows and chocolate for later this evening.

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    1. I know! Haha...when I wrote this post I was wondering in the back of my mind if I had the ingredient to make rocky road brownies!

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  16. Awesome indeed!
    http://amitaag.blogspot.in/2014/07/skywatch-fluffy.html

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    1. Thanks, Amit! I'll come visit your fluffy clouds today! :)

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  17. I am going to lie back against that marshmallow-y softness and take a little nap!

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    1. At 5:22 AM, yes, I think you need to! Ha.

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  18. I am smiling! I totally agree with you!

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  19. These type of clouds make me smile and I always call that a cobbler sky. 'Because it looks like the top of a cobbler! (Babysat the youngest grandbaby last night while our daughter and son-in-law went out to eat and they brought me peach cobbler from the restaurant - yum!)

    Vicky

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    1. Vicky...I love it being a cobbler sky! That's perfect!

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