CFFC: Appropriately Apt…

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week are things that begin with the letters Ap. In my archives I have photos that are appropriate and aptly suited to this challenge. I hope they meet with your approval!

Apples: 

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On our cruise last March, our steward always left us a bowl of fruit, and sometimes a flower too!

Ape:

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Granddaddy orangutan at San Diego Zoo

 

Towel gorilla!
The stewards on cruises learn the art of towel folding and leave a towel folded animal in our stateroom each afternoon. This ape was the biggest surprise!

 

Appliances:  Old fashioned refrigerators (Bonanzaville, West Fargo, ND)

Appetizers: (Oh, so appetizing!)

 

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Appetizers and sides buffet at a Brazilian churrascaria (steak house), Curitiba, Brazil

 

April: They say that “April showers bring May flowers” but there are flowers to look forward to in April too!

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April tulips and other flowers in my garden

My church’s huge rummage sale, called Second Time Around Sale, always takes place in April:

 

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Household goods room, Second Time Around Sale 2016

 

 

APL: apparently cheating 😉  !

I end with a picture of my brother, Allen Perry Lovejoy IV. OK, using initials is cheating a little, but Allen had hoped that he and his wife would have a son that would be APL V, but they only had girls. So each of their three daughters was given a name using one of the initials (Allie, Paige, Leslie)! When we wanted to refer to that family group, we often say, “the APLs.” Our uncle was APL III, his father APL Jr. and his grandfather APL Sr.

 

Allen visiting Carol and "Rub" Cuniberti in California, March 2015
Allen Perry Lovejoy IV

 

 

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