Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Some Things Speak For Themselves...



This California seaside bloom needs no words...

Happy Thursday Everyone!

Until Next Time...

24 comments:

Brian Miller said...

i got one...beautiful. smiles.

tut-tut said...

in the pink, e!

my wv: forth

goeth, I shall

Kate Hanley said...

Beautiful flower! Happy TT! Oh, I never mentioned it but I love how you are just "e" I don't know but it tickles me (pink, perhaps?). Cheers!

nick said...

As you say, no words needed. The lilac tree in our front garden is now in full blossom - a magnificent sight!

Kabbalah Rookie said...

No, it really doesn't.
How beautiful.
Happy Thursday to you too.

Enchanted Oak said...

That is certainly one insistent rose. "I shall bloom no matter what!"

French Fancy... said...

What a lovely photo, e. I hope you're not over doing it and getting plenty of rest

x

Greg S. said...

Just beautiful. Thanks!

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moondustwriter said...

She is lovely. Thanks for the beautiful spring rose.

My rose is on the other spectrum just a light "Hint of Pink"

at Moondustwriter.com
Happy TT

Linda Bob Grifins Korbetis Hall said...

wordless pink post,
it gives us wonders...
Happy tt.

Betsy Brock said...

I agree..it's beautiful!

e said...

Hello Everyone,

To use a well-worn phrase, I'm tickled pink you all came by and Happy Thursday...

Brian: Smiles to you, too.
Tut: By all means, please goeth for us both as I am about out of gas...

Kate: So glad you like initials...E is easy to use...

Nick: I hope you and Jenny are enjoying Spring, you lilac tree included. You should post a photo.

KR: Thanks, and I really hope things improve for you soon...

Enchanted: That flower and I have a lot in common...

FF: Rest??? Me??? Much too wicked...

Leslie, Jingle and Betsy: Thanks and welcome to my blog...It was only wordless because I ran short of time...

e said...

Greg: Thanks! We all need a bit of beautiful in each day, don't you think?

JeffScape said...

Weird... at first glance, I thought that was an overhead picture of a girl in a dress.

Alan Burnett said...

No words needed at all. Other than, that's beautiful.

Mrsupole said...

Pink flowers are so beautiful and truly need no words. They brighten up any garden and stand out on their own. That is a pretty flower in the pic and we are so lucky that in California we have so many blooms. I know that in Florida they probably have even more.

I hope you are taking it easy and not working too hard. Glad the babies are still doing okay with you gone and getting into everything they do and leaving you presents just means they love you so much.

So take it easy and rest and enjoy this coming weekend.

God bless.

Baino said...

roses are the toughtest things, they'll grow just about anywhere!

PattiKen said...

Beautiful, and you're right. It needs no help speaking out.

My post for Pink, close to my heart, is up here.

Dreamhaven said...

Sometimes a picture is all you need.

Michael said...

Lovely. Let me tell you , e, NOTHING growing like that yet here? !!

A Super Dilettante said...

My dear, hope you are well. What a lovely flower and picture. So I see you are reading Peter Mayle's book. Isn't he a great writer? One of my favourite books by him is called Acquried Taste - such a terribly funny book. Of course, his books about Provence are also popular with a francophile like me.

JGH said...

I'm so sorry it's taken me so long to visit your blog, e! Looking forward to visiting more!

That's a pretty extraordinary flower - not only does it seem to be growing out of sand, but it's striped!!

I Wonder Wye said...

lovely bloom. Congrats on the job, though they do have a way of interfering with life, don't they?? Do your cats meow incessently for attention and then go off and sulk when ignored, then when you feel guilty and look for them, act annoyed that you're interrupting their nap?! Gack! Send me you snail address email, there's something I want to send you.

lettuce said...

beautiful

waiting for the rose buds to pop in my garden