Sunday, March 18, 2012

Back to Celebrate Mothering Sunday


I did not mean to take such extended leave from my blogging - but time passed, recovering from my operation, and my mojo was well and truly absent.  Then the usual winter thing happened with my health, and I had a small run of fluey bugs which put me into a state of semi-hibernation.  However, spring is coming and maybe my energy-sapping illness is regressing.  Time to get back into the swing of things: so here are some photos of flowers currently enhancing my life, indoors and out, which I photographed today.


I bought the lilies for painting, but they also take a good picture (they smell delicious, I wish I could share that too).


This is one of the lovely camellias blooming in the garden at the moment, under the still-bare branches of the walnut tree.


I nearly missed noticing these lovely tulips flowering in a couple of pots by the garden door.  I'm so glad to have noticed them because they are so pretty.

It's Mothering Sunday and I so appreciate the love and good wishes of my children, the cards and flowers, and the delicious meal my husband is cooking to celebrate the day.  I sent my Mum some freesias but she has been away at my sister's for the weekend, so she may not yet have received them or my card (which await her return, on her mantelpiece).



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Karen Ruane said...

I love Lilly's.....my nanna used to call them funeral flowers and wouldn't have them in the house....