Monday, February 9, 2015

Waiting on the Irises


Well, I hadn't planned on taking a break, but, apparently, that's what I'm doing. I hope all is well with all of you. I'm still posting over on my poetry blog and hope you'll visit me there. Spring is just around the corner ...





Painting: Vincent van Gogh

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  1. Hi Teresa. Are you sure about around the corner or is it hope around the corner.

    Make it so weather gods.

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  2. It's a lovely picture, and I do hope whatever you are doing you're still having fun. I may have to pop over there to your other blog. :-)

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  3. Lovely, isn't it? I was just thinking about another of his of daffodils. Really looking forward to spring.

    I've actually been in MN for several days, near the Twin Cities.

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  4. OK, we'll see you then. In the meantime have fun!

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  5. Love that Van Gogh. What a way to begin the morning and the wait for spring.

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  6. I love the Mark Twain quotation. I may have to snatch that to share with others. In the meantime, I'll bask in your lovely images and words. We've had just enough warmth that I'm growing impatient for that spring.

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  7. Thanks for sharing the Van Gogh. A warm and cheerful image on a cold dark morning.

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  8. Brutal winter in these parts. Thinking about irises under the snow under my feet is somewhat intriguing!

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  9. Well you and I are both on breaks -- mine taken as I try to move to a new area and you for various reasons. Like Vincent's painting. Hope you are enjoying yourself! -- barbara

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  10. I am glad to see that you have survived another Winter.

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  11. Hi Teresa glad you are ok and enjoying your 'time-off'!

    x Jane

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  12. I like your new header. You always have such beautiful pictures on this blog. Look forward to your return - hope you will come back soon

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  13. My daffodils are peeping through the last of the mud and snow, and the tundra swans are winging their way north. Spring is always a miracle. :)

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