Monday, March 28, 2011

An Apology

Hello friends...thanks so much for visiting me again. 


This weekend was such a confusing weather mess. A chilly but sunny Saturday which turned into a cold evening. A prediction for 3 inches of the white stuff (not going to say the word).
I rescued some of my beautiful daffodils and brought them in to lightly scent my kitchen.


Yeah....sometimes you have to finish off that Riesling when you have a flower vase emergency  
;->


Woke up to this on Sunday morning!


someone must have been feeling pretty guilty about that, so he gave me roses this morning.
Thank you Lord...all is forgiven!

Until next time...be kind and stay creative.



13 comments:

Leslie said...

You have an incredible vantage point/view for sunrises my dear. It's lovely! Enjoy your roses, reisling and daffodils - soon the snow will be a memory and flowers will surround you.

"Sweetie" the English Spot Bunnie said...

Wow, what a glorious view! Makes you happy just being alive. Have a fantastic week. I know my comment is probably a little dramatic, but I crossed paths with an angry brown snake today, feeling a little glad to be here moment! Take care, Yollie

Kelly Ann said...

I woke to a pink sunrise in the mountains of West Virginia this morning...chilly up here...

The LadyBugs Garden said...

Any vase would look good in your beautiful kitchen Janet. Roses will be very pretty in there!
xoxo
Stephanie

Snappy Di said...

We are still having messy weather today.... it's snowed a bit, now stopped, and who knows what's next? Poor daffodils went into shock I think.. LOL

Maison Conti said...

Hello Janet. Thanks for your lovely message on my blog. Your weather over there seems a little different than ours over here! But then again those celestial color shows you have seem to be beyond comparison. I guess you have to take the chilly with the spectacular. WOW! I didn't know you had cows in your back yard! Hope your girls will be there soon. Cheerio for now.

Jennifer Juniper said...

That photo is gorgeous! I seriously want to sit down and paint it!

Stitchfork said...

What a beautiful sunrise and photo!
xo Cathy

Annette said...

Oh how I love a good German Reisling!
And daffodils, and roses and sunrises and sunsets and...

Kathleen Grace said...

Wow! That is an amazing sunrise:>)

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

Snow!
Mind you , it's so chilly here I've pulled out my thickest sweaters again and still haven't taken my scarf off , more than an hour after I got home .
Spring? .... not quite yet , perhaps .

Claire said...

So no sleeping in on Sunday morning Janet,if you managed to capture that beautiful sunrise......

Glad you didn't get a sprinkling of the white stuff, I'm sure you're over it by now.

The Daffs are lovely and cheery and would look beautiful in your 'new' kitchen.

It's a cloudy morning here, but in for a nice day and 26deg.

Have a great week,

Claire X

Aprons and More said...

Snow..really?? We are slmost done with Spring! Next thing you know we will have the hot, hot Summer! Although it was chilly today..48! All the trees are all leafing out and every thing is lime green! Will sent some heat your way!

Katy :)
Thought of you yesterday! Went to Goodwill in Atlanta (Buckhead) and scored a roll of decorator fabric for $5.94 for 10 yards!! It is a pretty yellow! Look for aprons coming soon! Future trips to the G'will is planned!:)