Wednesday, March 2, 2011

all wrapped up into one

I have shared before two of my favorites...

Color = Yellow
Flower = Daffodil

~Both wrapped into one gift of beauty~


~They have shown themselves pretty these early days of March~





~What a pleasure to stand at the kitchen sink~


"A host of golden daffodils;
Beside the lake,
beneath the trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze."
  William Wordsworth
I hope you have enjoyed gazing on their beauty!
~Daffodils over Roses anyday~
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25 comments:

elizabeth said...

Oh so beautiful my friend!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Those are beautiful and I have seen them popping up all over here, too. Thanks for sharing at WUW.

Sue said...

beautiful, Karen, I too have been enjoying my daffodils.
Enjoy!
Sue

Glenda @ Magnolia Bend Drive said...

I would wash dishes at your kitchen sink any day to look at those beautiful yellow daffodils. Thanks for sharing.

Terrie said...

Lovely daffodials and beautiful poem quotes. Yellow is my favorite color which cheering me up.

Mave said...

The daffodils look lovely. Here in Australia we are just planting daffodil bulbs ready for Spring.

Sue said...

I love daffodils, yours are just glorious. Yellow is such a cheery colour.

Trish @ Lily-Rose Cottage said...

I always look forward to the spring bulbs - daffodils are such a happy harbinger of the season!
Yours are beautiful, Karen :-)
blessings..Trish

Lori said...

Love the Wordsworth quote. And then I might add of course... "my heart with pleasure fills and dances with the daffodils..."

sarah said...

love daffadils....they're bright and cheery flowers.

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

They are just beautiful...and you are getting so good with that camera...tell that hubby thank you!
So enjoyed this, but plant some for next year!

Angel said...

These are just gorgeous. I want to run out and get some daffodils now. :) Blessings!

Canadagirl said...

I REALLY look forward to my daffodils. We are still covered in snow so I have to wait still. Boy am I now really daydreaming of spring now.

BEAUTIFUL pictures!

Blessings in Him<><
-Mary

Debbie said...

They are bee yooo teeee ful! I love them, too. Have you ever stopped and studied what a perfectly quirky shape they are? I can't see one without thinking of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory where he turns one into a cup and saucer.

Wonderful simple pleasure, Karen.

Kathleen said...

Daffodils and tulips are my favourite flowers. Just waiting over here for the daffs to bloom. Great photos!

Dayle said...

Karen, they're magnificent!

S. Etole said...

Exquisite ... the softness is so touching.

Chari at Happy To Design said...

Hi Karen...

My...ohhh my!!! My friend, your daffodils are just glorious! If I had those beautiful blooms at my sink view, I wouldn't even mind doing the dishes! Hehe! Seriously though...they really are gorgeous and your photos are magnificent, my friend! Wished that you could have heard all of my ooohs and aaahs! What a talented lady you are! Thank you for sharing your beautiful, sunny yellow daffodils with us today! I am sooo ready for spring! I think it will be another good month before my daffodils peek through.

Thank you so much for coming by for a visit! I always enjoy your sweet notes, my friend!

Warmest wishes,
Chari @Happy To Design

PS...I also took a peek at your last post! Loved all the sweet bird photos! Those little birds were just sooo cute with their feathers all ruffled up...made them look really plump! Too cute!

Barb said...

Hi Karen,
Your daffodils and your photos are beautiful.
Yellow is a happy colour.
God Bless
Barb from Australia

racheld said...

How LOVELY and WELCOME!! We're VERY wet and cold right now, with only two days of sunshine in the past several weeks.

We've always called them jonquils way down South where I grew up, and folks here in the Heartland say both, so I fit in, whichever I say.

I love your little Wordsworth quote about them---we took a tour through Lake Country when we were in England several years ago, and I'm embarrassed to say that as we stood in the little graveyard, it started to rain, and we all four raised the little colorful umbrellas Sis had bought as "party favors" for the trip, and did a twirl and step or two.

He loved color so much, I think he would have approved.

Thank you SO much for visiting today!!

rachel

At The Picket Fence said...

Hi Karen! We are starting to see some pop up around here too and it just does my heart good. They are so lovely and I'm so glad you linked this up to Inspiration Friday this week. Definitely inspiring me to keep hoping for spring and brighter days! :-)
Blessings to you,
Vanessa

Melissa Miller said...

Karen they are so beautiful and spring-y!

elizabeth said...

I have had you on my mind and heart since yesterday....clicking over here to make sure all is well with you!

Kris said...

Hi Karen ~ Your daffodil photos are glorious! I think daffodils are the perfect flower to lift one's spirits with happiness. You captured it beautifully. Thank you for stopping by Redbuds and Wrens and leaving your kind comment. ~Kris

Dianne said...

I am needing to hear from you dear friend. This was a lovely post but I am missing you.

Love, D.