What a beauty.
I love your "about me" description. It's true that gardening is the elixir of life. Please keep doing it!Maybe I can coax you for seven words this wednesday? I would like to invite you to leave a comment on my blog. At my blog I ask people to tell me about their day in seven words or less. Just leave me a comment with your seven words, you can do it anonymously. If you'd rather not, then have a nice day.http://todayinseven.blogspot.com
This picture speaks of life to me. It reminds me that sooner or later, winter will end and the flowers will bloom again. Beautiful!I've posted my WW contribution here, and hope you'll drop by for a visit:http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2008/03/wordless-wednesday-bananarama.htmlHope you enjoy the rest of the day!Carmi
This is lovely, Katarina. Now, I have to warn you about the first comment in your list--that's a spam blogger who has nothing better to do than post nasty links, and you should delete it. This idiot keeps changing identities, too, but I've had about half a dozen visits and 'comments' that look the same. You can delete it by going into your settings for comments and removing it.
Thanks Jodi - I can't imagine why people do these things. /Katarina
obviously the author likes flowers very much.and this entry today just so amazingly beautifulHAPPY WW!Check out mine too!Facial ExpressionsWorn Out
Jag svarar på din engelska blogg för jag vet inte om jag kan göra inlägg på den bloggen?Jag såg att du korsat fram en ros själv, en riktig höjdare!!Vad roligt det måste ha varit när den blomade för första gången.Har satt sticklingar men aldrig från eget korsade frön.Såg att du var med hos Linda och gjorde fina saker i lera.Verkade rent ut sagt ski...kul.Ken
this is a lovely photo... i like the play of light and shadow on the flower... i can almost feel the soft petals... thanks for sharing:)
Hello, just stopping by to thank you for leaving a comment on my blog. I hope your daughter isn't too heartbroken. Thank you!http://todayinseven.blogspot.com
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