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March 27, 2014


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Mark M. Redfearn

I hope we can all become blossoms of sorts to each other today. Happy Haiku My Heart to all!


hello, a beautiful photo, I so wish we were farther into spring here, but I will just have to appreciate your photo and words while I wait!

Reading Pleasure

What a lovely photo and words!


Pretty flowers, and beautiful words. Yes, I believe in love, especially nowadays that there seem to be a few butterflies in my stomach :)


This makes my heart race!
living spring vicariously through your lovely blooms and inspiring words.

thank you for keeping me linked!


Blooming true as always most beautiful.


Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could all live "suddenly" without even trying? Lovely post.

ms pie

that is beautiful and uplifting.. i've placed my post to mr linky but he doesn't seem to recognize me anymore hmmmmm

artmusedog and carol

Rebecca ~ love your haiku ~ 'let's live suddenly..... absolutely delightful! and such beautiful color photo ~ xxx

artmusedog and carol

ps. My photo of the old Copper Paint Factory was so named because of the chemicals invented for paints for the bottom of boats to protect them from the weather ~ hence 'copper' was a portion of the chemicals I believe.


Dearest Rebecca, I am here, but so late... I wish my day was only full of picking flowers, but there have been pockets of beauty all along the way and being here... is the best of all... XOXOXO


I too am late today but rewarded with the joy brought by this photo of sun and blossoms and your sweet words, Rebecca!

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