24 February 2016

blooming pretty!



indulge me... another peach blossom post.
dwarf peach tree in full bloom. 
after snapping this picture this morning,
i stood there .. simply stood .. and admired.


15 comments:

  1. Old Gaither song comes to mind - 'Thank God for the promise of Springtime.' Beautiful buds.
    ~Adrienne~

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  2. Of course I'll indulge! And I'll vicariously enjoy your peek at spring and be assured that ours will come shortly...

    Beautiful!!

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    1. the dogwoods and other flowering trees are blooming big..
      the aroma is sweet. :)

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  3. Those of us with near blizzard conditions outside may be just a tad jealous. Keep forgetting to tell you my daughter in law was thrilled with your gift!

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    1. i'm sorry..the consolation for that though is that soon enough the height of summer will be upon us in the fertile agricultural valley of northern california...and 1,872 degrees. wink.

      {{so thankful your daughter in law is happy}}

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    1. springtime has advantages separate from allergies and asthma. ;)

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  5. Peach blossoms... isn't this year having the oddest weather? We're normally getting snow still and I have hyacinths and tulips starting to pop up. Maybe that punxsutawney phil was right ;)

    I hope your computer is okay!

    xo,
    rue

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    1. my computer is allowed to live another day - no thanks to me! haha

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  6. So beautiful! I'm loving their beauty!

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  7. Oh, so pretty, Sherry. I never get tired of looking at the pink blossom trees. We have white ones in our area too.

    Have a peaceful weekend.

    ~Sheri

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  8. Thanks for the early, beautiful view out your window. I have buds on my lilac bush, and the tulips, and grape hyacinth are peeking through. Spring is sure to be around the corner here soon <3

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  9. Simply gorgeous. Just feel free to share as many of these photos as you like. Hugs, Nancy

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