"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrowmindedness." – Mark Twain
I love the smell of freesia!! I have some magenta colored ones in the garden now. Last year by accident I pulled a bunch out (bulb and all) and realized it afterwards...duh!I think I will put some yellow, white and orange ones in for next spring.Wooooohoooo for spring!
Spring is a good time for a clean slate. I can't wait!
what a beautiful and symbolic picture.I love the text as well.:)tc
It is 75 degrees here today...who knows what we will get tomorrow...that is what March is all about...promises of things to come.
Jillie - I think freesias say and smell like spring to me more than any other flower. I love them - and it is the white ones that smell the sweetest. They are all so pretty. I have some, but it is too early for their flower yet up here. LOL I've pulled them out before too! They look like grass.Old Mule - nice of you to mosey by - but you didn't leave a poem. Any day at all is good for a clean slate - why wait? You can start right now :-DHey TC - thanks for coming over. I think spring colors were needed today... this getting up an hour earlier is becoming old already. And breathing is something I need to remember to do more often... :-DMo'a - promises of things to come... I like that! It is filled with hope. Wow, are you having some kind of heat wave? Bet the snow is gone now :-D
I farted earlier...Damn you for making mme breathe. ;)Steve~
Hi Terry..I can't smell a thing!But what a great Pic as always.....G
In the SPRING of OUR LIVES...Am sure the Bloom will be AWESOME :-))
Steve, you are supposed to do that BEFORE you come over here...close the door, will ya?Galen - only flowers and beautiful scents around here :-)Beloved - we are in the second Spring of our lives... the first was when we were 15 together. This one is glorious too. Love you xoxo
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