Monday, September 30, 2013

Monday Morning Flowers!


Hi everybody!

Sorry I have been away from Blogland.

All is well. 

I've just been busy with school and life!








Hope you enjoy these flowers.

Have a wonderful week ahead!






Each day I learn more
Than I teach;
I learn that half knowledge of
Another's life
Leads to false judgement;
I learn that there is surprising kinship
In human nature;
I learn that it's a wise father who
Knows his own son;
I learn that what we expect we get;
I learn there's more good than evil in
This world;
That age is a question of spirit;
That youth is the best of life
No matter how numerous the years;
I learn how much there is to learn. 

-- by Virginia Church





21 comments:

The Girl Next Door Grows Up said...

Thank you for the inspirational quote. Love it!!

Leah J. Utas said...

Busy is good. I hope yours was.

Thanks for the pretty flowers.

Pearl said...

'morning, Betty!

Pearl

Tabor said...

You have a life? Tell me, how do you get one of those?

Momma Fargo said...

Thank you for the morning flowers and beautiful poem! And we did miss you, but life gets in the way sometimes, doesn't it?

SueAnn Lommler said...

Thanks for the flowers and the poem....
hugs
SueAnn

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Nice flowers. We've missed you!

Old Kitty said...

So so lovely to have my Monday flowers and wonderful poem! Thank you BB!!! Glad you are ok! take care
x

Madi and Mom said...

Hey BB you were missed but we knew you were at the start of a new school year. Glad to hear all is well with you and the critters.
Hugs madi and mom

Daisy said...

Hi Betty! The flowers are lovely. Hope you have a great week! :)

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

I've missed your flowers. Glad life is so busy for you but I'm really glad I'm not back in school.

Gigi said...

As always, the flowers are beautiful - but even better was hearing from you! Have a wonderful week!

Lin said...

Miss ya, Betty!

Pat Tillett said...

Hey, when real life comes knocking, we have to answer the door!
Hope all is well for you. Thanks for the flowers.

BECKY said...

Hi Betty! The flowers are lovely, as always. And I LOVE the poem. So true!

Ashley Ashbee said...

Betty!

If only all bloggers returned so gracefully after an absence.

Great poem. I feel that way about nature, too. It is a wonderful teacher and friend. I just wish I wasn't allergic to it.

-Ashley

jenny_o said...

Hey there, Betty! May I just say that if you're not here processing life that perhaps life is going along very well ... and that's a really good thing :)

Out on the prairie said...

Slipped across the KS border just because I was so close in SE NE last weekend and thought of you.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Betty - just glad that life is added to the busy with school - sounds good ..

.. and learning is good for the soul too .. cheers Hilary

annie said...

Lovely thoughts on teaching.

Baby Sister said...

Beautiful pictures and thought! Especially the Hibiscus and Daisies. Two of my favorites. Of course, I love Petunias too... :)