Books by the old Leather Chair

  • Snow In The Summer
  • My Bible
  • The Power of Silence
  • What Comes Next and to Like It
  • Encore Provence
  • A Year in Provence

Friday, April 11, 2014

Beauty From Surrounding Fields

These beauties
have the most wonderful scent.

A gift from nature
to this one,
just growing wild in the field.
and put all over this cottage..
and I say
"thank you."


sandra hagan said...

A gift from the universe!

Balisha said...

How pretty....they are blooming in my yard too. The squirrels eat my tulips, but not these.

lil red hen said...

We see so many places, which were obviously old home sites, with mounds of yellow, and I wonder, who planted these? and how long have they been planted and continue blooming? These truly brought spring right inside for you!

Friko said...

They are short lived but so very welcome. I love my daffodils and bring in bunches every day.

Judy said...

Oh yes!!! and when the Lilacs bloom and I can bring in bunches of them? Heaven sent (scent). My Forsythia doesn't even have a tinge of yellow as yet--and my Daffs and Tulips are only up about 4 inches--but---we'll get there!!

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

You are blessed to have them growing in the wild for you to pick and enjoy in your home. My SIL sent me some in a pkg from her home in TN and I have them pressed in a journal she sent to me. I would love to be able to smell these growing in gardens. I'll have to lean into them at the grocery store this week to see if I can detect any scents.

Have a wonderful Easter week ~ FlowerLady

Pienosole said...

How delightful and lucky! Beautiful!

Tabor said...

Maybe some day I will have bunches...right now all I can pick is one medium bouquet!

Sharon said...

I love daffodils and jonquils! You are blessed with beauty right on your doorstep. What a lovely gift ~

Cape Cod Kitty said...

Thank you so much for sending us some Spring. None blooming here yet! So lovely to know you are surrounded by so much beauty.

Beverly said...

The flowers are beautiful! I don't know what I have been doing to be away so long, but, I caught up with all your posts. I know you are so happy to be outside. I bought my first Mary Oliver book...