As I stand and look out the window, the snow is falling heavily, clinging to the cars, the bushes, trees and grass. Covering everything within it's reach giving it a softness, a whiteness, and a purity....at least until the snowplows hit the roads and Toby frolics in the yard.
Stopped by the grocery store yesterday to pick up needed supplies before this latest snow storm landed...and one thing that was on my "need" list was more flowers (along with milk, eggs & TP, I can get along without the milk and the eggs, but definitely not the TP). And I wasn't disappointed, there were loads of beautiful bouquets bursting with spring color. Purples, reds, yellows, pinks, whites, any color that hit your fancy. I could have taken them all....but fortunately, my better sense took over and I only came home with 3...one purple, one red & one yellow.
I think this flower is "stock"....but not totally positive. But whatever it is, I love the multi-petaled flower heads. Added Kim Klassen's texture "Sybil".
And more tulips...this time in red.
And how could I resist these sweet miniature daffodils.....
Something else I picked up at the grocery store was this double chocolate muffin....I just couldn't resist, but I only bought one, I could have picked up a 4 pack, but I resisted. And you wonder why my weight is an issue.....duh!! And that is the last of the orange tulips.
My sweet blogging friend, Nancy, over at A Rural Journal has started a new meme today entitled "Tuesday Muse", the only requirement being to link an image with texture....any texture. No problemo for this lady...I do love textures, I really do.
And also linking to Kim Klassen for her weekly Texture Tuesday....how handy both are on Tuesday.
Thanks to all for your sweet comments you left on yesterday's post about Brie....it truly brightened her day.
"Accept everyone, including yourself, without judgement. We are all doing the best we can. If we knew how to do or be any better, we would.
And PS....I stopped reading "The Sacred Scripture" by Sebastian Berry....too depressing for this time of year. Maybe later.
Until next time.....