Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Yellow Flowers






34 comments:

  1. Really cheerful. Thanx Sandi.

    God bless.

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  2. Thank you for these sunny roses Sandi. Take care!

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  3. WOWOWOWOW. Beautiful. Thank you. smiles

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  4. Oh I love yellow roses! So cheerful! So fresh and happy. : )

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  5. Yellow roses and dandelions are my favorite flowers.

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  6. Hi Sandi,
    lovely picture, I love yellow roses. I don't know what is happening to my blog, bloggers have disappeared off my sidebar, including yours and Laurie Collets and more. I don't know if it is because the security I was paying for has come to an end. Because of this corona virus I can't go and ask anyone with knowledge of blogs to help me. I pray that the Lord will give me wisdom to fix it. God bless.

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  7. Hi Sandi,
    have got all the blogs I follow on my sidebar, but they are all low down. I shall have to try to figure out how to bring them up higher.

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  8. The best way to start the day! Thank you, Sandi:)

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  9. Beautiful post for the last day of March!

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  10. I needed these beautiful yellow roses today. I just stood in line for an hour and a half outside Target just for toilet paper and a few other things shivering in the cold. No fun.

    Have a lovely day, Sandi.

    ~Sheri

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  11. Dear Sandi, your photo reminds me of a poem by Wordsworth about a field of daffodils! Those yellow flowers, bright as the sun, lift up the heart. Peace.

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  12. The very right choice of color - yellow. It sure uplifts our spirit and brightens our day. It turns our gloomy reality into one of hope.
    The shape of the roses, never cease to enchant us and fill our soul with delight.

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  13. Pretty. So many yellow flowers this time of year! :)

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  14. These are perfection, Sandi.

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  15. Sandi, that was just the line to get into Target. They always seems to have toilet paper and cleaning products, but I only go once a week for that. The grocery store doesn't usually have toilet paper when I go, but they are always stocked up on food. I try to go very early when there are only a few people there. I tried to order online, but they are about two weeks back ordered. It's not fun all around. But I'm thankful for food, and we're all well over here.

    Stay safe, Sandi.

    ~Sheri

    ps....how did you get the groceries an hour later?

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    1. It may have been an hour and a half. But I got the groceries through Instacart at our local Aldi. She must have got the order, zipped through the store, and then brought it to me right away. Maybe I was the first order or the last one before drops offs. I went myself to another store this morning. Not too busy. The cashiers were all behind Pope glass! They had tons of food. I did not look for TP, so not sure about that. They had Advil and cleaning products which I had been warned could be hard to find. But they were fully stocked.

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  16. Beautiful yellow roses!! Yellow is such a cheery color!! Let there be light!! 💛

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  17. Sandi - now that is a lovely cheerful site. Hugs!

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  18. Hi Sandi, I just thought, if you can give me what to type in to get your blog to come up on my blog as if you was a new blog (is it called a url) then I can add it to my list again and maybe it will come up higher. Worth a try.

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  19. Roses are lovely, Sandi! Thank you! A pleasure I look forward to when I go home to Nova Scotia is walking in fields of wild roses by the ocean on Brier Island. The fragrance is heavenly!

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  20. So very pretty. Thank you for sharing. Homespun Hugs ♥ Teri

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  21. gorgeous smiles of nature !

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  22. Those flowers are lovely …

    All the best Jan

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