Friday, April 12, 2013

Patch of beauty, hushed and made it

- These purple and blue flowers in neighbor / friend Beth's courtyard, snapped on Sunday morning.  Seems as if something is blooming everywhere I look right now.

- Hearing the hushed voices of The Masters play by play announcers coming from a coworker's cubicle.  I love how visitors by television or computer can see just now lovely the state of Georgia looks right now.

- Making it home just as the first large raindrop fell.  (Many more followed last night.)

All is calm and quiet this morning.  I hope your weekend is merry and bright!

14 comments:

sage said...

The Southeast is beautiful in spring! Enjoy it!

TALON said...

Survived the power outages so far...and, yes, watching the Masters and envying you such a lush, colorful world when ours is covered in ice like some vengeful fairy tale Queen is punishing us! :)

Michael Offutt, S.F.A. said...

Oh so lovely!

Lynn said...

Sage -

So it is. Thank you -

Talon -

Ha - you make me lol! It is kind of like that, except we have the suffocating pollen!

Michael -

The shadow over the flowers is that of my neighbor Rhonda, who I hated to ask move. :)

Riot Kitty said...

Glad you missed the storm! I love sage.

Elephant's Child said...

I am with Mark Twain in viewing golf as a 'good walk ruined'. Just the same, the Masters are always played in beautiful locations (where I would love to walk.)]
Glad that you beat the rain home, and loved the blooming plants. Have a great weekend.

Joanne said...

Those flowers are so pretty!

YES to making it in before the rain...that's the best!

Betty Manousos said...

hi lynn, what a beautiful photo!
great shadows, too.

such pretty flowers!

have a great weekend.

big hugs!

Lynn said...

Riot Kitty -

I'm glad I missed it, too. :) Sage the blogger or Sage the herb???

Elephant's Child -

I know - I don't play golf or watch it much, but I do like to watch the final round of The Masters, which is played in Georgia in April. That's about it for me.

Joanne -

It turned into a big storm. And those flowers have spread out even more now.

Betty -

Thank you - that shadow is my neighbor Rhonda. :)

Sparkling Red said...

Look at those colours! Sheesh - we just had a big snowstorm here on Thursday. Are you sure we're living on the same continent?

Granny Annie said...

Nothing better than getting home before the storm.

Snaggle Tooth said...

Pretty little Spring corner there. Watching Golf on tv really puts me to sleep! Must be tough working to it... Yawn... Glad those nasty twisters steered clear of you, n you stayed dry. I got drenched- had to change socks n shoes for work again.
Have a good week-end

G. B. Miller said...

Still jealous as spring is everywhere except here. :D

Lynn said...

Sparkling Red -

That just doesn't seem right, does it? :)

Granny Annie -

I'll say!

Snaggle -

I was watching the final round of The Masters yesterday and fell asleep. :) It rained all day here, too.

G -

It is coming - I promise!