Daily life of a Country Artist
A blessed Sunday to you, Debbie.Oh how I love wild violets. Years ago I had one in my garden. Honestly, I have never smelled anything so sweet that was so tiny.I cannot locate them where I live now.. Most likely too hot here.Thank you for sharing this.fondly,Penny
a surprise from another season...somehow there is a message in that...and hope!
Dearest Debbie, this is such an inspiration post and photo. Thank you so much for sharing, I really needed this today!
Our moderate temperatures are probably confusing the poor flowers...but how lovely for us to see this little gem poking it's head out. Thanks for sharing this with us. Have a wonderful week, Debbie.
At first I thought: A miracle. Then I read one of the comments about moderate temperatures being the cause for the pretty little violet...It's all a miracle in the end, I think. And you, taking the time to notice the little one!
Such a sweet little blessing of the day! Debbie, I hope you have a beautiful week.
I love this flower Debbie. I've been getting flowers as well lately...I guess the weather is a bit confused but I'll take it !!! Lol. Enjoy your day!!
Hello Debbie, while gardening yesterday I uncovered a primrose happily flowering under a mountain of leaves. I cleared the leaves away, but now I’m wondering if I should have left them because the nights are getting cold. I dare say more will fall soon and this time I will leave well alone. It was such a joy to find spring flowers in October. Have a wonderful week, hugs Barbara
Happy Week, Debbie!Pansies and violets are cool weather flowers. My orange pansy bloomed a tiny flower before the heat wave drooped it dry.
A precious find, Debbie! Always wonderful to see special surprises when you least expect them!
Well that was really a beautiful surprise. Have a nice day.
Finding a nice surprise in the garden can make your day :-)
A sweet find Debbie :D)
So sweet Debbie. With the warm weather we are having, I have wild violets blooming everywhere. Hugs!
What a lovely find, Debbie! It must have brightened up your day! Have a wonderful week! Hugs
Oh, what a lovely surprise! I'm glad several more are bravely following its lead. :)
What an extraordinary surprise, Debbie! Spring in autumn, I love that!
lovely poetry dear debbie!where i live spring comes in March so we are saying well come to fall and my tree is departing his leaves so rudely which are turning yellow ah...life goes on in this circle of life
Wow, what a lovely October treat!Blessings, Victoria
I don't know what kind of flower is that but it is certainly beautiful, something to enjoy in October. Hope you and your family are well and God bless.
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