Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Sunday, March 25, 2012

Happy Spring, Happy Monday~

OK, here is the scoop in a nutshell. 

This past week, I have not been feeling up to my usual self and I am staying Oh So Tired.  I have not suffered with any allergies for nearly 30 years and I am not one whom suffers from all of the spring type pollen thingys.  I have always had a problem sleeping, but this past week, actually slept well, and I am still Oh So Tired and my eyes especially feel tired.  I am not one to take naps, unless, I am ill, so that has not been something to turn to either. 

Anyway, I wanted to greet everyone whom may stop by and say that I hope you will have a Happy Monday, a Happy Week.  I am also hoping that none of you are feeling the way that I have been, because it is not fun~

Some of the Spring blossoms on Tingsgrove are shown below...

Special Note...I will continue to try and leave comments on blogs using Word Press.  Sometimes it works, other times it does not.  After I posted the problem last week, several stated they have been having the same problem.

~ Hyacinth ~
 

~ Creeping Periwinkle Myrtle ~


~ Violas ~


~ Spring Beauties ~
 
 


~ Pansies ~
 
 


~ Star of Holland ~
 
 



 ~ Blue Grape Hyacinth ~
 
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12 comments:

  1. beautiful blooms and colors. i especially loved all the purples ;))

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  2. you're the 2nd person i've seen post violas today (and i'd never heard them called that before today). :) we have the spring beauties here,too. love them.

    i hope you get to feeling better soon!

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  3. Beautiful flowers the sign of spring is here.

    Peach Blossoms

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  4. Would you please tell those little purple and peach pansies that they are really quite au courant! After weeks of MOB dress shopping I have seen an lot of that colour combination.

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  5. What a special selection are the flowers, they are precious. I feel the same as you, I put it down to sleep apnea.

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  6. Mary, gorgeous flowers and they are so colorful and pretty. I just love seeing all the flowers in spring. I hope you are feeling better, have a great week!

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  7. Those spring flowers certainly cheered me up Mary and I'm sorry you feel so tired but hope you have a better week ahead.

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  8. Beautiful flowers and nice colors. Happy spring :)

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  9. Lots of pretty lavenders and blues in your flowers! I always forget what the grape hyancinth is...I have to learn the name every Spring! I posted pics of birds for Mosaic Monday. I hope you get a chance to see the heron I captured in flight! ♥

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  10. I hope that you are feeling better!!! The blooms are gorgeous...one prettier than the next.

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