NATURE’S NATURAL BEAUTY

SUNFLOWERS…

SUNFLOWERS, ARE THE BRIGHTEST AND ONE OF THE PRETTIEST FLOWER… EVERY SPRING I PLANT SUNFLOWER AND WATCH THEM BLOOM; I WOULD CUT SOME AND PUT THEM IN A VASE IN MY LIVING ROOM… AAAH!!!!! SO SPLENDID AND BRIGHTENS UP THE WHOLE HOUSE AND ADD A LITTLE SUNSHINE…

Nature’s natural beauty … so much to be admired and be grateful for… so muchย  beauty around to make you smile and allow you appreciate life.

ROSES: THE MOST LOVED FLOWERS ….

 

I HAVE ALWAYS LOVE ROSES… MY FAVORITE IS THE YELLOW ROSES… WE HAVE USE THE ROSES FOR EVERY SPECIAL MOMENTS… DATING; VALENTINE’S DAY; ANNIVERSARIES ECT. ECT.

I have always wanted to have a roses garden with all the different colors; but I have never materialize that dream, I wasn’t much of a gardener and didn’t have the patience it took …I admire those who can really take out the time to dedicated in creating this most beautiful garden full of roses.

I have always kept a few stem roses in my bedroom, just waking up to those roses every morningย  putย  a smile on my face and brighten my whole day.

FLOWERS ARE THE COLORS OF THIS WORLD…WITH ROSES; SUNFLOWERS; ORCHIDS…. THEY LIGHT UP YOUR LIFE WITH BEAUTY ;

So next time you are out, grab you a bouquet of flowers; put a little sunshine in your life…

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12 thoughts on “NATURE’S NATURAL BEAUTY

  1. I love wild flowers, cornflower poppies, but raspberries are a favourite (I know!), I watch my bushes grow through the summer, watch the green berries form then come autumn pick a handful of bright red raspberries every day, I heartily recommend and easy as ๐Ÿ˜€

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