Wednesday, May 18, 2011

bloom where you are planted





































18 comments:

Kay L. Davies said...

A very determined beauty, this one!
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Joyce said...

This little beauty wasn't going to let a little boat get in her way! xo

Loree said...

We have a plant that looks like that here. Ut's a type of bindweed and it does, indeed, bloom anywhere it is planted.

deb colarossi said...

:)

it sounds simple but it's often the key to everything isn't it?

lilylovekin said...

What a hardy, determined little flower. If only people could be so single minded.

Rick said...

And not only bloom, but bloom magnificently !

What a beautiful combo of colours !

becky said...

Another lovely miracle! Great colors, too!

B. Meandering said...

Ahhh---your eyes are so good at noticing the wonders of nature.

A great message, Les, and one we should all take to heart.

S. Etole said...

as we know, it isn't always easy to do so but well worth the effort ...

{I'm glad you are feeling better}

rebecca said...

i love you leslie

ayala said...

Lovely :)

Rachel said...

This goes well with how I am feeling today, not just geographically but with the gifts and talents of how God created us, and also circumstances we go through, we can bloom where he has planted us.

Thanks for the kind comment on my rocking post it was a bit vulnerable, I also noticed you commented on Skippy's blog I left responses over there. Have a blessed week.

Jodi said...

Hah! That's cool. Hoping to send a nice e-mail soon. It's been raining every day here, and it's making me feel lazy. Hope you're well. xo

Francesca said...

amazing.

Victoria said...

Your blog and this post are so lovely...food for the soul.

LauraX said...

beautiful sweet soul!

Noelle Renee said...

Leslie,
I could not have said it better or provided a better image. Simply wonderful!
xoxo,
Noelle

Joy Lake said...

So cool. It's crazy how flowers are so strong but have such delicate petals.