Posts Tagged ‘Garden

19
Aug
17

fragrant…

Ah yes, tha proverbial stop to smell the roses moments. They are now.

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16
Aug
17

blessings…

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15
Aug
17

Always…

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13
Aug
17

Refreshing morning…

13
Aug
17

A touch of rain…

over night after many weeks of no rain in Portland, Oregon. Imgaine that! Refreshing this morning. Smokey air from British Columbia wildfires scoured out. Temps down. Fresh air!! Have a nice day!

10
Aug
17

the days that pass by…

“They are not long, the days of wine and roses, Out of a misty dream,
Our path emerges for a while, then closes,  Within a dream.” 
Ernest Dowson, 1867 – 1900 

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09
Aug
17

everyday is a blessing…

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