Posts Tagged ‘clematis

22
May
17

morning quiet time…

that calm, peaceful time in the garden before the temps rise and the light brightens

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18
May
17

Inner beauty too…

“Inner beauty, too, needs occasionally to be told it is beautiful.” Robert Brault,

17
May
17

Imperfectly beautiful…

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14
May
17

Mothers: They do their best…

“You count the hours you could have spent with your mother, it’s a lifetime in itself.” Mitch Albom, For One More Day

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12
May
17

opening up…

a lovely Clematis opens to Spring

08
May
17

Springtime…

29
Apr
17

beauty unfolding…

this time of year (although I have friends in the Rocky Mountain region with more snow this morning). The blossoms on trees, shrubs and plants are a beautiful prelude to the sustained colors of Summer.

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