September 10, 2009

View From A Window

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This morning, we awoke to rain.

Beautiful

wet

life giving

rain!

My parched brown yard is lapping it up.




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It sounds so peaceful pit-patting outside my office window


I may sit here all day


(wait, I do that anyway, since I became a blogger)



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4 comments:

Lynnie said...

How beautiful and peaceful ... I love looking upon flowers and green background. How I miss seeing bougainvillaea. My love for it began with my grandparents, (the Johnsons). In the yard of each of their homes, they would plant a fushia colored bougainvillaea, just like the one you have in your yard. It seems like a tradition. When I lived in southern California growing up, I'd see it everywhere. It was part of my living experience. And of couse, one sees it everywhere when visiting Hawaii. It brings beauty to my soul, just like the sunshine. Here in Colorado, we purchased some from a nursery a couple of times at the beginning of spring, and did enjoy it through the summer, only to later have it die; even after trying to care for it indoors during the winter months. Thank you for those beautiful pictures. I love seeing pictures of your home. Have a great day! Love ya, cousin Lynne

michele cabiness said...

jealous.

Diane said...

Yes, Miss Lynne, I too love the spectacular color of bougainvillea and have planted it in every yard we ever lived in, only to have it die in the winter. Until I moved to San Antonio, I considered it an ANNUAL, but the milder winters here seem to sustain it, if I cover them during occasional freezes. It looks beautiful against all the limestone that is found here.

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