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February 24, 2013


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Dawn Elliott - AlterEgoMexicana

Yes...fickle winter has surprised us again this morning with a couple inches of show and a high in the 30's...thankfully, the tenacity of spring is finding its strength in longer days, blooms, and magically, the bees who make it all possible. Mary Oliver rocks!

Magical Mystical Teacher

Oh, absolutely! I think you should turn your back on winter and turn your face toward spring, despite all evidence to the contrary!


As for me paradise was the snow this past week. The sunlight is so bright on the snow
illuminating everything. xxx


~~somepinkflower love~~
all around !!

{{ are we All
so in love with mary oliver ??
i think so



thank goodness... }}

PS--what is snow ??

Carol and artmusedog ^_^

Love Mary Oliver's poetry ~ your photography is gorgeous! Mother Nature is fickle here also ~ More snow! ~ hugs ^_^

Sue Fox

A heart of pink blossoms, a bird to transfer tiny seeds over the ocean perhaps! All loving and living in harmony, I 'breathe' in spring! x


Oh sigh. Mary Oliver. Yes. She does say things in just the right way, doesn't she. Spring is just around the corner. I could feel it blowing around on the wind today. Just the tiniest bit. I'm looking forward to it!

Deb Taylor

Turn your back on Winter
Take my hand and run towards Summer
Smell the sunshine, savor the flavor, soak in sunsets

Laura Hegfield

beautiful Rebecca... it snowed all day here too. Winter just isn't quite ready to give up.

Kim Mailhot

Oh, Heaven !!!! As I sit under this new, heavy blanket of thick whiteness, I gasp at the beauty of spring and pink flowers and bees !!!
Thank you for a glimpse of paradise, Lovely One !


{{ popping in
just so
know, dear one,
i am thinking of you

somepinkflowers !! }}


I was walking yesterday and passed by a tulip tree such as this. They are so lovely and whether on the tree or on the ground, they seem to retain their beauty in all their stages of life.

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