28 April, 2020

colourful balls

that have nobody to play with


35 comments:

  1. One of those finds its way into my garden from time to time.

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  2. The words under the title gave me so much sadness. I hope it will all be well again soon and have those balls be played by kind and energetic children

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  3. Well, I can throw one over to you to play with. The dumb new neighbourhood kids threw it just yet again on our balcony. Dumb parents > dumb kids. Poor kids, actually.
    I can also send you some animal toy they threw onto our balcony. Just choose ;-)
    They scream all afternoon, so I´m really fed up and no. What lands on the balcony...
    Mean old woman, me ;-)
    Sunny but cold again, but anyways, to a good day, have fun, Bill.

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  4. Thats a real color explosion. Nice work. Hope they sell some too in the near future.

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  5. Colorful balls in front of red walls...cheerful šŸŒ·

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  6. Yes, balls have to roll indeed. Hope they will do soon...

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  7. At least they are colourful and waiting for time to pass for someone to come and buy them..
    Nice capture.
    Take care.

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  8. Hi Bill.

    This shows how the world has changed.
    Such a pity.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  9. A striking image - all that colour and fun, basketed up in an empty street.

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  10. Summer is round the corner ... on the beach.

    God bless.

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  11. Absolute Joy - Well Done Mr Bill

    Cheers

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  12. The display looks sad like that. Then again, many things look sad these days.

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  13. Oh to be a child again, or to have young grandchildren so you can act like a kid again!

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  14. Maybe kids will be able to play catch within a family at least! Balls of color are cheerful to look at, now which one would I buy?

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  15. You wonder when we will get back to normal or even a new normal when kids can play together.

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  16. Brings back memories! I wonder how many balls like that I've bought over the years for my kids and grandkids.

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  17. Hello,
    They are colorful balls, waiting for some kiddies. Take care, have a happy day!

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  18. And no body out on the street. You are there all alone.

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  19. Maybe they will find new homes soon.

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  20. ...if we all stay safe the time for play will come.

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  21. Soon, they'll be busy bouncing with some kids at play.

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  22. La han puesto en un lugar bien visible, para llamar la atenciĆ³n de los niƱos.

    Besos

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  23. They are colourful aren't they.
    I hope some children may play with them soon.

    All the best Jan

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  24. OlĆ” Bill.
    Que bolas coloridas.
    Sorri quando as vi.
    Abrilhantaram a foto.
    Um beijinho de tranquilidade.
    Megy MaiašŸŒˆ

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  25. I'm sure they'll sell when kids go by.

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  26. Colorful shot...sad image. Very sad.

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  27. I suppose the children could kick them around in the yard. My granddaughter would certainly like someone younger than her mother or grandparents to play with.

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  28. That's quite a selection, hopefully they all sell.

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