everyday wonders + simple enchantments of daily life
+ good things to do + adapting a bit of the serene life of ancient abbeys to modern life at home
Dreaming of spring, too.Fondly,Glenda
What promise to anticipate ... beautiful splash of color.
Ah...dreams of Spring. Lovely.I scrolled down and enjoyed your pictures of Disney and Landon. He's precious!Aren't you a Florida girl - like me?
I just bought tulips that look like this. Love them!!!
definitely dreaming of spring over here!bring it on!!~laura xx
Saw some hyacinths today and they smelled wonderful!! Your picture too makes me LLOOONNNGGGG for Spring!!!!
Don't tempt with such beauty here in the currently very grey Norway :-)
It's a long way off here, but I'm going to 'force' some bulbs to bring spring inside here.Beautiful tulips. Wonderful verse.
Winter means anticipation of an explosion of color and warmth. Winter also means "cuddling time", time to get close to each other, to be armed by the other. Peace! Ron
A gorgeous photo; nice job with this one.
Sleeping...dreaming Spring Becky!!Jeanne xxx
This has been an unusual winter for me: I'm not tired of it yet! But I love the tulips, which certainly speak of spring, and the dreaming smile mentioned in the delightful poem.Blessings!
oooh- these are pretty!Can't wait to get my hands on some tulips myself!!
When I lived in the north and the west, always a treat to see the tulip or hyacinth leaves begin the ascent through the winter's remainder. Can't get tulips to grow here where I don't have to endure the snow. Prices to be paid for earlier barefoot time. Beautiful photo.
Like beautiful pink candy :-)
oh wow.i could stare at these flowers forever. thank you, friend.
bright pink always such a happy thing to see in january..these are stunnning
Ooo wonderful tulips. I also had the first in my home a couple of weeks ago...love them.Now I have some fresh white roses.Hmmmmm.Dagmar
Love this! Both photo and verse...
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