Monday, March 08, 2010

March Juxtaposition

 
The simple, sweet smell of spring is beginning to fill the air.  Because winter is reluctant to unclasp its hold, the fragrance of each fresh blossom is mixed with the aroma of passing rain showers.  These showers, mixed with sunshine, are turning lawns green and flowering trees are starting to bud in pale pinks and white.  The gold of daffodils mix with the purple of crocus.  The splash of color awakens the senses and inspires the soul of the observer.  The gracious hospitality of garden bed creates joy as each blossom becomes entertainer and center-ring. March is the juxtaposition between two worlds.  And the heart of this woman is glad!

9 comments:

  1. Love your daffodil picture. Those flowers hold a special place in my heart.

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  2. Well said. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Me too! This woman has a glad heart too.

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  4. Nice post, La Tea Dah. Very nice thoughts. The heart of THIS woman will also be happy when spring comes around these parts! Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

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  5. Lovely...your words alone paint a spring picture.

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  6. I know that feeling of glad as this season unfolds a snowbank or a daffodil petal at a time.

    Enjoy!

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  7. Ahhhh... the season unfolds.... a snowbank or a daffodil at a time.

    We're enjoying too!

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  8. Dear La Tea Dah,

    I'm not sure if you realize it or not, but you were the winner of my Valentine's Day giveaway - the pink bead-knitted purse. I'm ready to put the lining in it and should be sending it your way very soon - will you please contact me so I know where to ship it?

    Congratulations!

    cutestuffinside at hotmail

    S.W.A.K.

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