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Friday, March 29, 2013


No matter how you view them,
tulips are a true sign of spring.

Not only do they speak of spring,
with their bright colors and silky petals,
 But their promise of creating rainbows 
in the fields across the country is reason for an
Awwwww, Owwww, WoW.
 Even with a backdrop of black and dew, 
 Nothing speaks Easter and GOD,s 
Promise of Unconditional Love
like  Tulips.
Happy Easter 
God Bless


Michelle said...

They are a beautiful sign of spring!

jack69 said...

My favorite flower in the world. I always thought it was a tough flower, I never realized how fragile it really is.
We did get to Holland Michigan once, just after the featival, they were still beautiful, the first time I did ever see the black ones.

LOve ya and love the entry.. ((HUGS))

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Happy Easter!
I do love some tulips--even pictures of them.

Muffy's Marks said...

A promise of spring.... late, but still a promise. Happy Easter!

Chatty Crone said...

Oh my goodness - I loved all those photos of the tulips! And they do make beautiful rainbows. God is good to us through colors and flowers. Have a blessed Easter. sandie

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Dee said...

I always get a kick out of how one little flower brings so much joy when it blossoms....:)

Cher' Shots said...

Spring is still buried in a few feet of snow across our yard ~ argh!!!
'love & hugs from afar'

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E.C. said...

Lovely inspirational thoughts and photos. :)

You know until I saw your photos, it never occurred to me how much a tulip bud favors an egg, at the stage right before it blooms. I like that. Cool, I learned something... now I hope I can remember it. ;)