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What I found outside this morning!

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

I recently told a friend who needs positive things in her life that she needs to grow something. I don't care if it's one plant- something that you can watch over, take care of, enjoy it's beauty, and be amazed by nature. So this kind of does tie into SP and how we help each other.
As I checked in this morning, I mentioned that I'd be doing yardwork today and was waiting on irises and roses to open. Well, this is what I found when I went outside a few minutes later.

I thought someone might enjoy my flowers. I love working in my yard and growing things. The violas which I've set as my new background are my sweet winter flowers that I have in all colors.
Dwell on the bright things of life... The dark things do not need anymore attention!
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    I LOVE growing flowers! Thanks for sharing them with us snow folks. ;) I do have crocus in bloom!
    2899 days ago
    Wonderful shots!

    I worked outside and saw flowers, but yours are weeks ahead of ours! My irises are only about 2-3 inches tall.
    2899 days ago
    What gorgeous flowers and the pictures are beautiful. Our peonies are budding and should be blooming soon. Maybe I can share a picture of them, too.
    emoticon for sharing and making my day. emoticon
    2899 days ago
    Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing!! We still have frost at night here, but I'm getting anxious to get my garden started.. You have given me the beauty to share yours while I wait!! emoticon
    2899 days ago
    i had a surprise today too... i went outside and my rose bush had 32 roses opened on it.

    yours are all so pretty......... have a great time enjoying them !!
    2899 days ago
  • LEW0213
    Just gorgeous. I wanted to stick my nose in that rose. Love them.

    2899 days ago
  • KBENTLEY2646
    Beautiful! emoticon
    2899 days ago
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