Life and Knitting
at Willow's Little House
I can smell the rose! Pretty, pretty flowers! It's a good day! :)
Beautiful rose... it will be close to Mother's Day before I have roses. I don't think I have seen those white flowers before. Very pretty!
Beautiful! Tomorrow 12:30?
Wow! These are so pretty. God is amazing the way He creates such individual beauty.
Beautiful flowers!! Love them all, hope you are having a good week ahead :D
Thanks for sharing your flowers, Willow. They are lovely!
Aaahhhhhhh...so lovely, Willow! After a long, cold, snowy winter here, the snow is finally starting to melt...but no flowers yet--LOL! So thank you for this post! :o) Oh, love the yarn-filled banner you have now. Happy Days ((HUGS))
I love roses. The old fashioned ones make the most wonderful fragrance. Thanks for sharing your Spring flowering. Things are waking up here too. I now have hyacinth smells in the garden. :-)
Wow, the flowers are beautiful! No flowers here yet, but spring is around the corner!
So beautiful! I can't wait for it to start feeling like spring here.
Willow,I love roses and hope to get my rose garden revamped this spring. It really needs some work. It was neglected last summer as we did those renovations on the apartment.The closeup is awesome. Have a great week.Blessings,Mary
I love roses especially the scented varieties. It will be June before ours start flowering. Jane x
That's not Spring!! That would be Summer around here!! Gorgeous pitures!
Wow... those are just gorgeous and your photos of them are so beautiful!! That just made my day pretty!!!
So beautiful! You are a fabulous photographer! Thank you so much for stopping by, and for your kind comments! I am honored.
Ooh, I love that last photo in particular! and yes, all of those flowers just scream spring :) Our wisteria are out now (yippee!), and the bees among them are convinced it's spring, too.
Willow, oh I plant these flowers in summer in Canada ..and you have them now.We just finished an hour long beach walk . .wearing my heavy jacket and sherpa knit hat. . loved it .. but when I need the warmth ..I'll know where to come. .you are so sweet.
Stunning photos, Willow! I can see why David honored you with his "Post of the Day." Your blog is beautiful and I look forward to visiting again.Sincerely,Janie
Oh I can almost smell the rose through the computer screen! Yes, nothing says spring like all of those blooms. It's wonderful!Cindy
There is nothing sweeter than a rose's scent!
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog from David's POTD! It's been amazing how many people have remembered that day in May and how many have left their thoughts and memories for me to read. It was a pretty overwhelming experience even from Montana.Your flower photos are exquisite! Glad I found your blog, it's delightful and so deseriving of David's award. I'll be stopping by again.
Yes, yes, for SPRINGand for flowersWord verification: Tingencsounds like some sort of patent medicine...!psI think you would likewww.weaverofgrass.blogspot.coman English blog
The flowers are gorgeous. God's workmanship--attention to every detail--is amazing.How proud you must be of your son. Stanford looks so intriguing. I'll look forward to the posts. I love old buildings and their historical roots.
My goodness so lovely! I'm more than a bit jealous.
Hey I have a bunch of those purple flowers too at my place. : )
I absolutely adore the daisy flower! It is also conveniently one of the few flowering plants that actually survives up here in Topanga. Geraniums too.
Lovely photos! Things are slowly starting to come alive in my yard. I can't wait for everything to bloom.
Post a Comment