Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Daisy Chains and Sunshine

Hello Friends ~~~


I hope it is as sunny and springlike where you are today ~ although still a little chilly, it is a beautiful day here with a lemon curd dollop of buttery yellow sun in a pale, blueberry~kissed sky, with silky smooth wisps of whipped cream. Next door's Copper Beech dances and prances with a glistening glimmer and shimmer of beaten bronze, a perfect match for the blue sky above, and with temperatures in the high 50's I shall be very happy to be doing even the simplest of chores outside today.  Here are a few photographs from the coast path taken recently ~~~








One of the sweetest flowers of spring and summer has to be the innocent daisy that are daintily sprinkled across our lawns ~~~

Won't you join me on the lawn this afternoon? There will be tea and cake, and we shall sit on the grass and make Daisy Chains. My lawn, not yet mowed, is a green sky full of sparkling, silver stars in their own green firmament, kissed with the glistening dew of an early morning sunrise ~~~


Until next time ~~~
Deborah xo

21 comments:

  1. I'm turning green with envy at your sunny warm weather! It's been cold and grey here for days and we are all fed up with it

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    1. Sunny but chilly! We've had weeks of that dull grey weather here, so this is a welcome change. Will try to send you some!

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  2. Your coastal cliffs are magnificent, Deb! Such beauty all around. Look at that gorgeous ocean sparkling in the sunlight. The bluebells are such a delight to see as well as the sweet daisy. How lucky you are to live near such beauty. xoxo ♥

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    1. Thank you, the cliffs are stunning, in all weathers, and some parts quite spectacular. I am blessed to live so close to such majesty, and, thankfully I do not take any of it for granted. Deb xoxo

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  3. These pictures are gorgeous, as usual.

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  4. What a beautiful corner of the world you live in!

    Love and hugs,
    Darlene

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    1. Thank you, dear friend, I wish you could see it in person; I often think of you, imagining your expression and gasps of wonder if you were here to see it for yourself ~ Deb xoxo

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  5. So loved walking the coast path with you, a gentle stroll then back for tea and making daisy-chains - ah! perfect!

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    1. Ah, I know you know all too well how beautiful it really is, and how no camera can do true justice to the views. xo

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    2. I know!! But so lovely to see them, even if they bring on a touch of homesickness. 😉💚

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  6. Beautiful photos - what a wonderful walk the coastal path looks :) Such a lovely time of year - sunny here today too.

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    1. Thank you ~ we need to make the most of the good weather, I think it's on the change for Friday ~sighs~

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  7. Hi Deb...this is a very touching post. My Kelly had be "hot glue" daisies around her mortarboard when she graduated from college. It was one of her favorite flowers. The weather looks glorious there and the scenery so inviting! Happy Mother's Day!

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    1. Thank you. Now I shall think of your dear Kelly every time I look at my daisy strewn lawn ~ her mortarboard must have been a sight! Sending {{{Hugs}}} for Mother's Day xoxo

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  8. Your prose is as lovely as your photos--capturing a beautiful walk in your garden.

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    1. Thank you ~ coming from you, with your talents, this is a wonderful compliment indeed!

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