Tuesday, May 03, 2011

sprouting hope


Spring is showing more each day.

Recovery is still in progress in so much of the US 
and world from natures mean streaks.

sprouts of hope


Recovery and much healing is also needed from one misanthropist view that clouded the minds of so many. The cause of immeasurable death and destruction. That ego has finally met his demise.

Time to rebuild and ameliorate mankind.

One can only hope.

thank you Red White + Blue

Thanks so much to the brave, dedicated and determined. 
And the many that must be stay unnamed. 

48 comments:

  1. It would be nice if this could be the beginning of a gentler, nicer spring. I think we could all use it about now.

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  2. A quieter kinder spring would be wonderful. Excellent post.

    Have a terrific day. :)

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  3. Yah for new sprouts!

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  4. I love those pretty flowers! :)

    (Haha, I most certainly would post the recipes if I know how to make those yummy food we had last night at the restaurant!)

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  5. Pasqueflowers to express the hope for a brighter, kinder, gentler spring... Great visual. Let's hope we can indeed have a better future.

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  6. Wonderful message and beautiful photo!

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  7. gorgeous! spring is definitely here!

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  8. Our garden bloomed last night! :)
    Tiffany

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  9. thank you for the lovely pics and message

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  10. Beautiful picture and beautiful post. :)

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  11. Gorgeous flowers, and what beautiful words. I hope the same!

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  12. I hope you all have a peaceful spring. It's getting chilly down here.

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  13. beautiful crocus and post! Hope you are staying safe in this nasty weather Faythe!!

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  14. I'm ready Bring it on!!!

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  15. no flowers yet here :(

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  16. Beautiful flowers.

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  17. Lovely flowers and wise words..

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  18. Those are beautiful. I'm glad you caught such a great shot! Have a great day!

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  19. It seems that Mother nature has a mean streak but really is she not attempting to bring balance to her garden planet. From natures point of view humans are probably the worst pests. We bring much of her perceived unkindness on ourselves by disrespecting her gifts polluting the atmosphere and environment. It's tragic ad terrifying when our fellow beings suffer the results.

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  20. great messsage and beautiful flower

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  21. Yes, the dark days are gone and the bright days are here! PTL Can't wait to see all your pretty flowers, again!

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  22. Pretty picture, beautiful words!

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  23. They're so delicate and lovely!

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  24. Succinct, yet heavy with meaning.

    My daffy's are up, yet their heads are hanging over. I hope a few days of sunshine (if we ever see that) will improve their attitude.

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  25. So beautiful! Your newest follower! http://aimee-girltalk.blogspot.com

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  26. Beautiful spring flowers :)

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  27. so pretty! I'm so happy it's warming up. Our weather has been pretty good so far *knock on wood*

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  28. Beautiful flowers!

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  29. Beautiful flowers and very well said!

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  30. Those are so beautiful!

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  31. This has been such a spring in most of the US. Here we have been luckier than many with just cold and wet weather. This week we have turned to warm, springtime beauty. Hope Nature in the rest of the country follows suit.

    Happy WW!

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  32. Looks like we didn't lose too much over the winter. Hope you have a good spring.

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  33. What a beautiful post and a beautiful photo.
    I agree that the thanks belongs to those behind the scenes who work so hard and sacrifice every day for our freedom.

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  34. Gorgeous flowers and beautiful post! :)

    WW: Dragon Princess

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  35. Love the post and picture!

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  36. I love the appearance of the first crocus - they are a joyful harbinger of spring and the hope for new life. Cheerful and colourful. Thank you for sharing them with us.

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  37. Well, I always have hope.

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  38. Love the sentiments. Proud to be an American this week and thoughtful of lost lives.

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  39. So true! I love the flowers!

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  40. Enjoy your Spring. Temperatures are starting to really plummet here in the south of the world now

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