My relatives in Britain are worried about the flooding in parts of England, while my friends in this part of Canada are complaining about what the Toronto Star calls “the coldest, most miserable winter on record” in nearly 40 years.
Given a choice between damaging floods or 70 days straight of cold and snow on the ground, I’d choose the snow. But whether your pain is caused by flooding, a brutal winter or something else, I sympathize. And I’m sending you flowers. If nothing else, I hope it provides a temporary distraction on the way to better weather.
So, in that spirit, here are the flowers – from last year’s Spring garden.
Thanks to Hamlin Grange for the lovely photos.
And this one….
This post is dedicated to my friend Trudy.
Do you have a great Spring photo from your garden that you’d like to share? Please feel welcome to send it to me. I’ll choose a variety for a future blog post.
10 thoughts on “A Gift of Flowers”
Fab flowers. Thanks.
It’s snowing here again!!
So sorry to hear that! I’ve been watching it all on the news, and it must be getting really unbearable. First time I’ve ever hear of thunder snow too. Stay warm! 🙂
C, what a wonderful lift for the winter-weary soul! My compliments to H. Grange, Photographer.
I will pass on the compliments. It’s great to hear from you.
Hi Cynthia I really enjoyed viewing the photos of all the lovely flowers at the old house. Thank you so much for dedicating this to me. Warm regards Trudy
You are most welcome, Trudy!
Beautiful! And so encouraging given that I am under a blanket of snow so deep and cold it is hard to believe spring will ever really come.
Glad you like it. thank you. and hang in there….