Posts Tagged ‘Flower

06
Oct
17

delights in life…

“When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.” Kahlil Gibran

Pink & White rose-water drop-SwittersB

29
Sep
17

a peaceful mind…

hoping your burdens & cares are lessened heading into the weekend…good cheer!

10
Sep
17

Late Summer blooms…

on this lovely Clematis. It gave a showing in the Spring and has offered up a few more buds this September. I like this as I have a few too many Spring only bloomers. This particular plant is quite old, having been long neglected by my dear, departed Aunt.

27
Aug
17

dawn’s delight…

just light enough in the garden this morning…

paradise-rose-backyard-SwittersB

26
Aug
17

new beginnings…

that foster calm, inner peace, confidence & smiles. Have a great weekend!

Rose and bud-garden-SwittersB

16
Aug
17

blessings…

white rose-dead roses-SwittersB 2

13
Aug
17

Refreshing morning…




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