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Sunday, April 5, 2009

Today's Flowers - Blog Your Blessings Sunday

Mellow Yellow and Camera Critters too ;--)


Bees & wasps enjoy
flitting hither & yon from
blossom to blossom ...

This bee prefers orange
Nastursiums over yellow ...
Click to biggify ;--)

Click to embiggen for better viewing ...
for other participants in
Today's Flowers & Camera Critters, & Mellow Yellow Monday
and for my other Camera Critters at Happily Retired Gal this week.

Camera Critters 1st Anniversary

It's the one year Anniversary of ...
Misty Dawn started the meme and explains the rules here.

"Don't let yesterday use up too much of today."
Cherokee Indian Proverb

It's good to feel healthy again! I've moved my March sidebar Gratitude list to Happily Retired Gal and started my April list at Small Reflections. Taking time each day to add something to the list keeps me paying attention to the everyday blessings I encounter.

My sister and her husband left for Alaska on Wednesday so I should have more time for blogging in the days & weeks ahead, but I suspect it will take considerable time to catch up. I'll do what I can as time & energy permit.

I've enjoyed creating collages to share on each of my blogs look forward to doing more of the same with the many photographs I've taken over the past few weeks.

In closing, on this Palm Sunday, I submit for your viewing this brief video clip from Simple Truths
... One Solitary Life.

What are some blessings in YOUR life currently?
For others who 'Blog Their Blessings'
go to My Blog Rolls and/or click on the
Blog Your Blessings logo above.

Thought for Today
"The story of Easter is the story of God's wonderful window of divine surprise." Carl Knudsen

13 comments:

Pacey said...

So, it's named Nastursums...I'm learning so much names today. Beautiful flowers.

Mama Zen said...

The bee may prefer the orange, but I'll take either one! Beautiful flowers!

PERBS said...

Wef inally got a blue sky yesterday day after a month of dismal gray and no sky to be seen.

For soem reason I can't watch videos and u tube stuff on my computer.

It was nice to drop by anyway. Come and see my surprise. . .

Ebie (The Main-Ingredient) said...

Thats a nice collage of your flowers.

Arija said...

Nasturtiums are a wnderful multi-purpose plant, the buds can be pickled, the flowers brighten the garden often when nothing else is in bloom and make a welvcome and so pretty addition to a garden salad.

Tammy said...

Beautiful flowers once again! I'm glad you grabbed the CC badge. :o)

Joyce said...

I think I'll purchase some nasturtium seeds today. I want to do all I can to encourage the bees, whose numbers have been declining.

So glad to hear you're feeling better!

Denise said...

Such beautiful flowers so pleasantly presented. Thank you for sharing.

Vixen said...

I love the color combo on your mosaic! So bright and cheery. I am glad you are feeling better.

Greyscale Territory said...

Love these brightly coloured nasturtiums. I only have the orange ones in my garden. They are so hardy, bouncing right back after a hot Australian summer!

Ari_1965 said...

I like your collages.

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Great composition!
Fantastic colors and marvelous flowers!
Great post.
Thankd for sharing!

Luiz

Karen said...

I'd forgotten how much I love orange flowers (I think treating myself to a bouquet is in order). Lovely collage!