Thursday, February 5, 2009

It is said that confession is good for the soul. Okay, here it is . . .
I am being very selfish today. Usually, I write my posts with you - my friends and family - in mind. But NOT TODAY -- oh no, not today. Today this post is ALL for me. Yes, me, me.me.
I'm getting just a little tired of cold and colorless. I want to remember the color that bloomed outside my door months ago, so very many months ago. Yes, and I want to remember leaves on the trees . . .lovely green leaves. And so I have posted these pictures here just so I can bask in the color and remember the fragrance and (dare I say it?) the warmth of the sun.
So I beg your indulgence and forgiveness, but today I am posting pictures of what I want to see, with not a thought of anyone else.




So there you have it, now you know my dark side. Perhaps, you'll catch me in a more gracious and sharing mood the next time I post. ;D

6 comments:

Deb said...

Oh no my sweet friend, those pics were for me too!!! Even here in the deep south, I'm ready for some colorful blooms of spring myself!!!
Deb

Elizabeth said...

Everyone needs a little color in their life- thanks for sharing some!!! :)

Debbie J. said...

Maybe you can post your "Buick Girl" picture sometime. The pictures are timely. We do have a few daffodils coming up and blooming, but everybody's yard looks bad this time of year.

Mom2fur said...

If that's your dark side, your bitter side must be sweet as candy! Thanks for the beautiful photos. Yesterday's weather was gorgeous, but today it is insanely windy and gloomy! Oh, well, it was nice while it lasted. Thank goodness for photos! (And bloggers who share them!)

Rebecca said...

I was in as much need as you were! Spring IS coming soon, right?!?

Heather said...

If your "dark side" includes gorgeous pictures of flowers--bring it on! We can handle it. :)

I also love your pictures of the first tulips poking up (in a post after this)--how exciting and hopeful! I've been wanting to plant tulips for the last few years but have never actually done it. Yet each spring I wish I had!

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