Friday, February 4, 2011

Gotta Find Me Some HEAT!



Too many FrOsty CoLd mornings!


Gotta find me some H.E.A.T!




Soak it in, soak it in...



Ahhh... now I can face the day.


(Embracing Winter is beginning to wear thin.)





21 comments:

  1. sending you warm thoughts on waves of sunshine...chanting.."we will have an early spring"

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  2. That is some beautiful heat you have found there! Wish I could send you some of this awesome sunshine we're having here in Florida right now.

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  3. Oh, I hear you loud and clear! Love the heat you found and thanks for sharing it with me!

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  4. Your welcome to have some of my rain and mud in exchange for your snow!

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  5. It sure is wearing thin! Love your post and the photos warmed my heart~gail

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  6. Just so you know, Carolyn, I think you've embraced the winter with admirable aplomb. It's wearing thin on me, too -- and our winter is a weakling compared to what y'all go through!

    Beautiful shots. Anytime that color wants to come back, it is welcome!

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  7. Winter does get old, but spring will come and we'll have happier days.

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  8. I wish I'd seen your fired up photos this morning -- today was as gray as it gets!

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  9. That's exactly what I was saying today, that embracing winter is beginning to wear thin! I started off okay, but now I'm just tired of cold and snow.

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  10. Just think of the good old days in your garden surrounded by beautiful flowers, the warmth of the sun shining on your back...or can just hop in my tropical garden anytime!

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  11. Carolyn,
    Gazing on a beautifully bright flower always helps to heat up a gardener's thoughts. I know it's been a rough winter ~~ hopefully soon signs of spring will come your way. (Thank you for visiting me and having a peek at my edible garden.)
    Have a wonderful Saturday.
    Meems

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  12. Hang in there, it's soon to be over!

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  13. I certainly agree! February is the "longest month" for me. A little winter is nice, but it just drags on here in the north. In March, at least, there will be signs of new life if not much warmth. Hang in there!

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  14. Beautiful flower! love the color

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  15. Hi, I found your blog and have been enjoying your photos. I think I navigated away from the page I wanted to post on---the one with the little baby birds in the nest. I've been watching a live hummer cam and think I'm addicted. Anyway I enjoy gardening and flowers. I have a wonderful garden that I'd love to share with you. When my sister passed away from Lung Cancer I started a memorial garden in her honor. That garden has grown into a magical, peaceful place. What started with a Peach Tree has now developed into a tropical showcase. I have taken over 5000 pictures of the flowers, fruit, trees and vegetables. I post them daily on my website. Please read the comments from people who have been touched by the garden's beauty and the message. www.mysisterdalesgarden.com you will find the most recent photos and comments in photo gallery 1. I'm trying to make a difference one flower at a time.
    I hope to see you in the garden, Miriam

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  16. Just stop for say youhave a beautifull blog, greeting from belgium
    Louisette passion golden retriever,blue cats

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  17. Hapy end winter day,Louisette from Belgium

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  18. Bautiful flower!! Hope to see your lovely spring garden soon!
    Thanks for dropping by my blog!

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  19. Come on. Chin up. It's going to be blistering hot soon enough.

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