‘Be the plant growing through the cracks in the cement, beautiful- because it doesn’t know it’s not supposed to grow there.’ – Shane Koyczan
‘Bloom where you are planted.’ - Mary Engelbreit
My daffodil plants are very short this year, their green leaves are almost half their usual height. I’m sure the abnormally cold winter created a stunt in their growth, but they are still blooming.
It seems plants, no matter where they end up, do their best to grow and bloom. They know their purpose and go all out to make it so. They make the absolute best of the situation they are in. I think I need to be more like plants...
We had one day of beautiful sunny and 70 degree weather here in SW Ohio earlier this week. I worked in my yard for a short time, it felt good to dig in the dirt. I also took some pictures.
I played with my Lensbaby Lens and macro lens kit. It was my first time. I have no idea what I am doing with it, but with practice I am sure I will figure it out. While I was on the ground, this tiny spider came by to visit. I was happy to see some bug life return, outside of course.
Today I am linking up with Kim Klassen’s Friday Finds. My photos were textured with the Kim Klassen texture ' simply'. My Friday Finds are spring daffodils and a tiny spider. I also have to tell you I found the best pizza EVER at our local grocery store. Although I don’t have a picture (sorry), it was a Fig & Goat Cheese Pizza , with extra-virgin olive oil, fig preserves, gorgonzola, goat cheese, pancetta, and arugula. The best of sweet, salty and rich all on a hand tossed crust. You can’t get any better than that.
Thank you so much for your well wishes to my husband. He made it through the ‘blasting’, but is still waiting for the kidney stone to pass, hopefully it will soon.
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Have a great week!