Welcome to Seasonal Sundays #41!
I’m so excited to share my new button for Seasonal Sundays with you!
My oldest daughter is my technical advisor and she decided that I shouldn’t be changing my Seasonal Sundays button with each season, but rather come up with one that would suit all seasons. Well, not only does she have marvelous technical skills, but she also has great creative ones. With minor input from Mom, she created my new button, representing each of the four seasons in one of my favorite shapes – a teapot!
Be sure to grab the new button.
Today is the first day of Spring! Hurrah! After the winter we’ve had, we all need some SPRING!
Here on Long Island, New York, Spring is coming ever so gently. It’s hard to believe that these little buds with turn into fragrant glorious Lilac blossoms.
And very very soon these sticks and tiny buds will…
… be covered in bright yellow bursts of Forsythia.
This tiny fury bud will burst forth is a glorious pinky peach Camellia.
These little buds amongst the brown sticks will become an Autumn Glory Sedum. We’ll have to wait almost six months to see it’s flowers.
Before long this tight little bud will be a lovely purple Rhododendron. It’s hard to believe these buds were formed late last Spring when it stopped blooming.
My Daffodils seem to be bit slower than most. I’ve seen some in full bloom near us.
This little Hyacinth will push it’s bloom up. I can’t remember if this one is pink or purple.
Some of the masses of these tiny tiny buds of…
…Mountain Laurel have already bloomed. So many strands of perfect blooms.
What an amazing world we live in. What an wonderful God we are blessed with. From patches of dull come little buds filled with incredible grace and beauty. While my heart goes out to those in Japan, I cannot help but wonder why such hardship and devastation is upon them, while millions upon millions of minor miracles surround us. May God be with them.
- The Tablescaper