Wednesday Image Search – OO – II

Welcome to another Wednesday Image Search where I pick a string of letters or a word and share some of the images I find in an image search of the blog.

Two weeks ago I completed my search for double vowels, except for sometimes ‘y’. There are very few ‘yy’ words, so I gave it a pass. Since I had so many images for some of the double vowels I am decided to do a second edition of some of them.

Tonight I am searching for ‘oo’ again.

These should be interesting. There are a lot of words with this double vowel.

What images will I find?

book worms, reading, National Book Lovers Day, Happy HollistersWith the first image we have a picture of a couple of book worms. I am reading a The Happy Hollisters book to my little cousin. This picture brings back so many memories.

Steak and sides, argentina, beef, potatoesThe second image is of food in Argentina. One reason why I chose this image tonight is that I have a student in my course this week who is from Argentina.

Second Job, Cook, Restaurant, cookingNext we have an image of my Grandpa working as a Fry cook. This was one of the many part time jobs that my Grandpa worked at during the many years he was a preacher.

Loose Meat Sandwich, Canteen, Steamed HamburgerLast week I shared a picture of the Canteen in Ottumwa, Iowa. The Canteen serves loose meat sandwiches and this is my homemade version of the sandwich.

Happy Hollisters, Red Book Spines, No dust jacketsFinally, here is a connection back to the first image. Notice the distinctive red cover of The Happy Hollisters books.  Since these were some of favorite books while growing up I decided to collect them. After a lot of searching I have a complete set of the series and they all have dust jackets. See: The Happy Hollisters II

I had 655 ‘oo’ images to pick from, and again had to make some tough decisions on what to share. I may have to do a 3rd edition of this post.

Which is your favorite of these ‘oo’ pictures?

What should I search for next? I might continue the theme of double vowels with a third  round of ‘ee’.

Steven

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