'No act of kindness, no matter how small is ever wasted.'
|Grabbing moments of sunlight on Cape Ann MA.|
Our piece of the world has been cloudy, rainy most of April.
We are sharing with: Our World Tuesday.
We love your comments, thanks, ^_^
|'artmusedog' aka zoe|
I wait for magnolias every year.ReplyDelete
Worth a Thousand Words
"No act of kindness, no matter how small is ever wasted.'"ReplyDelete
I couldn't agree more!
What a beautiful world we have, and we do need to take time to enjoy its beauty.
This is a lovely photograph Carol.
Wishing you a good week ahead.
All the best Jan
not sure if you get them hereReplyDelete
I can almost smell them!!! YAM xx
that is a glorious photo Carol! Wishing you sunshine. We have had too much rain too...ReplyDelete
Let's hope the showers do bring May sunshine and flowers.ReplyDelete
Great quote. Great shot of pretty flowers and lovely blue cottony sky.ReplyDelete
We have been having the same type of weathers. We have had almost twice as much rain as normal this month.ReplyDelete
Hello, nothing better than beautiful blossoms and sunshine. YAY! Enjoy your day and week ahead.ReplyDelete
Beautiful. Enjoy the colors of spring.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day, Carol. Lovies and scritches to Ms. Zoe. ♥
I hope better weather comes your way soon - those magnolias would chase the gloom out of any corner!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful capture of gorgeous blossoms and a blue sky through the clouds!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing the saying from Aesop. I try to live my life with that advice in mind.ReplyDelete
Your photo of the magnolia is gorgeous. Someone told me that variety is called "Spider Magnolia." Regardless of its name, it's a beautiful springtime bloom.
My post features tulip fields in Mt. Vernon, Washington.