"Once we clearly acknowledge the soul, we can learn to hear it's cries. - Dallas Willard, Renovation Of The Heart."

It takes courage to pursue our dreams. It takes time and patience to unearth buried treasure. But I believe with all my heart that we must do both.

3.17.2010

Feeling a little green.......







Feeling a little green today

but don't ya know

I'm not a one color kind of girl!!

Okay, the orange daffodil photo was meant to be last. Oh well, I am not going to re-load them so it is what it is. lol

You get the idea!!

Happy St. Patrick's Day you all!!

21 comments:

Denise said...

Beautiful pictures.

Marsha said...

Awesome my friend! I'm praying for some of those beauties to start blooming up here.

S. Etole said...

Thank you for the field of colors ...

Mollye said...

Oh Mary these are swesome and make me yearn so much for Springtime and Summer. You just feel more alive when it is warm don't you agree? Happy St. Paddy's Day to you my friend, and would you please send me your address. Thanks, XXMollye

sarah said...

Mary....I love that you love colors. these are awesome pics...

Martha Lever said...

And to you too, Mar!! Beautiful pics!!!

Tea With Tiffany said...

Dreaming of green grass and yellow daffodils. :) Soon!

Thanks for visiting my blog today.

Peace!

Manon Doyle said...

Great pics. Hope you had a very Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Gina Lee Kim said...

These are so inspiring Mary!

Brandi Evans said...

he he ... i love that close up of the tree trunk .. it sure is looking alot more green there than it is here!! cant wait to stick my bare feet in some green green grass!!

Buffy said...

Beautiful pictures,love the yellow wildflowers. Happy St patricks day to you to. I'm alittle late.

jgr said...

Hi Mary,
I'm catching up on my blogging buddies today, I love the flower pics, any day now we'll have dogwoods in our yard, can't wait!

Bren said...

Well gee Mary, having all these ailments in common is not the best way to go! I don't know about you but with menopause has come many new triggers for migraines and greater sensitivity to things like low pressure systems. I mean how do you fight the weather!
It was fun creating the grain patterns and slopping paint. I love red, thought I would be using it a lot when I first started out, but I have since found out that red is one of the hardest colours to work with! My hats off to you because you use it so effectively :-)

Bren said...

Like you I've had migraines for years they just went to a whole new level in the last couple of years with new triggers. My daughter who is soon to be 30 has then too, but far less so, thank God! They run in our family as well both my parents, sisters but I seem to have them more often than the rest.
Feel for you my friend and your sister and daughter!
Well I'm glad your the master of the reds, you do it so well along with the other vibrant colours, yummy.

Poetic Artist said...

Spring Time..Don't you just love it.New beginnings and wonderful colors..Love all the pics..
Take care,
Hugs,
Katelen

Wanda's Wings said...

Beautiful photo. Thank you for your support on my blog.

lori vliegen said...

gorgeous photos, mary!!! happy green to you!!! :))

LeeAnn@Encouragement Is Contagious said...

I love that old stump picture! It has such great character. Wow Mary, you are a talented photographer!

Thanks for the green! Green always perks me up!

Lee Ann

Debbie said...

The orange daffodil is so pretty as are the other flowers! Love, Debbie

Bevie said...

Your daffodils are awesome and have spread even more since I was there last. Love the way you chose to wish everyone a green day..ehehe!! love you sister!!!

laurel said...

Awesome batch of daffodils!