Monday, March 25, 2013

Monday Morning Flowers!


Hi everybody!

Happy Monday!

How does the week ahead look for you?


Spring has certainly sprung here.


School has been keeping me busy but I am eager to get back to blogging.


Hope you are all well and happy!



I wanted a perfect ending. Now I've learned, the hard way, that some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what's going to happen next.
                                                               Delicious Ambiguity.


--Gilda Radner

28 comments:

Old Kitty said...

Brilliant BB!! I love my Monday flowers and gorgeous quote! thank you!

Mamma has spoken said...

Snow here :(
And the count down to spring break continues, 9 teaching days....

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Betty - love the photos .. and wish I could say the same about here - it is positively mighty cold still.

Enjoy your spring ... cheers Hilary

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Beautiful photos! And Gilda was an amazing woman.

Lin said...

I showed my daughter a youtube video of Gilda...she had no idea who she was. That made me really, really sad. Gosh, I loved her.

We got a fresh load of snow this morning--I need those flowers!!

Empty Nester said...

Well, winter showed up on the first day of spring and it hasn't let go yet. I've been waiting since the first day of winter for it to get cold and it was hit or miss the entire season. Until spring showed up. Go figure. I think it's somehow related to the fact that I thought I was going to get to wear my cropped pants to school so I shaved my legs the day before spring. Ha! Have a great week!

Leah J. Utas said...

Brilliant pics, and I love the Radner quote. Thanks.

Catherine said...

We have full days of sunshine ahead of us this week here. Hopefully it will melt some of our snow!

Looks like you have a wonderful time in San Francisco. Good for you my friend!

Have a fantastic week Betty!

xo Catherine

Cranberry Morning said...

Beautiful flowers this morning! So nice to see something besides mountains of snow. Can't wait til our flowers are not imprisoned in frozen earth and buried under feet of snow.

Hope you have a good week. Enjoyed the flowers. :-)

Shelly said...

A great way to start a Monday. What's that I see on the horizon? It's the end of the semester already in sight!

Shelly said...

A great way to start a Monday. What's that I see on the horizon? It's the end of the semester already in sight!

Madi and Mom said...

Hi BB...we missed you but hope your first week back after Spring break went smoothly.

Spring sprung a leak here...rain, cold and just miserable all weekend.
BUT your Monday flowers brightened our day.
hugs madi and Mom

Along These Lines ... said...

I can smell the scent

Nicole said...

Inspiring!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Gilda was such a gem. Thanks for that quote and the flowers, Betty.

xoRobyn

Hilary said...

Beautiful day-brighteners. Thank you.

Phyllis E. said...

Beautiful! My roses are starting to 'pop' too. Fruit trees are waking up and grapevines starting to stretch their fingers to the sky.

Spring has arrived in SoCal!

faye said...

and a happy Monday to you !!!

We never had winter although some people
might disagree... but sweater weather at night is hardly winter.

jenny_o said...

Beautiful flowers! Hope your term is going well and you can see the light at the end of the tunnel!

Enjoyed the Gilda Radner quote. I loved her character Roseanne Roseannadanna on Saturday Night Live. I wonder what she would be doing now if she were still alive...

Brian said...

I hope your week is as great as those flowers!

Gigi said...

Spring has definitely not sprung here yet! *sigh* But the flowers & the quote are fabulous!

Daisy said...

No spring here yet, but wishing you a happy Monday, Betty! Thank you for the pretty flowers.

Ms. A said...

Gilda sure got it right!

Lovely flowers, Betty.

Pat Tillett said...

Thanks for both the flowers and the nice quote! Well, if spring has sprung there, then you know it's sprung here as well... Of course, we don't have a "real" winter...

Leanne said...

Much love, dear Betty. I thought of you last weekend . . . just out of the blue, you popped into my head. I smiled. It felt good. Hugs!!!

Out on the prairie said...

Very nice post and lovely blooms

Baby Sister said...

Thank you for the beautiful flowers and quote. :)

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