A bowl of daffodils by the window Looking at the grey skies and falling snow convey my prayers for a cheerful day To frighten those sad winter ghosts away That my heart may sing hymns and praises Of the wonders that each season delivers. Another winter storm just blew over. Today, we have sunny skiesContinue reading “WINTER OFFERING (A Quadrille)”
Bask in the sun store up some joy for the wintry days.
These are photos of Golden Celebration Rose which I have taken many weeks and months ago. This rose plant is utterly beautiful and it would have been just perfect if it thrived well in our garden. Had it done so, I would have clusters of sweet smelling yellow flowers during the summer and fall. IContinue reading “YELLOW ROSES (for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Yellow)”
Soon, soon there will be tulips. 🙂 Happy day to you all.
Heralds of good cheer adorn the barren landscape spring jewels in bloom. I am joining Nurture Photography’s Yellow/Easter Challenge and Tina’s Weekend Flowers. Head on over to the page to see more responses. 🙂 Thanks you for coming by.
The last few days have been rainy days for us. But each morning, when I looked out of the window, I see the sun slanting in the east lighting the dew drops that are on the ground. The grass blades and the fallen leaves glitter under the light. Though I am not an earlyContinue reading “YELLOW AND LIGHT”
Look at the flowers in the fields how they grow. They do not toil or spin. But I tell you that not even Solomon in all his wealth was clothe like one of these. If God so clothes the grass in the field which blooms today and is to be burned tomorrow in an oven, Continue reading “OF LILIES AND SPARROWS”