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Sunday, February 03, 2008

Wildflowers in Winter - Week Three

This is the third week of Wildflowers in Winter, a wonderful weekly blogging theme presented by Elizabeth Joy. The subject for January 30 through February 5 is:

Stories, quotations or poetry about wildflowers written by you or someone else. Or write a book review about a book that features wildflowers, such a guide book, picture book, travel guide or something about wildflower gardening, etc. Or Write about some special places/trails/areas to go searching for wildflowers that you are familiar with. Tell about the best time of year to go there, and what you might see. Share photographs if you have them.

Take a deep breath, because this is a rabbit trail away from the rules.

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Last spring we attended one of Jammin's T-Ball games in Western Oregon. There were little spring blossoms everywhere in the natural park surrounding the playing field.

During a lull in the action, I entertained the troops with my impression of a paper daisy vase.

Hey! My granddaughters loved it.

If you are looking for serious wildflower posts, I promise you'll find those links over at Wildflower Morning. Believe me, I nose.

14 comments:

ChrisB said...

LOL that's one way to show wild flowers!

Elizabeth Joy said...

I think you could have included Hildeguard's poem about "growing wilder every day" at the end of your post. I'm laughing! I'm sure that even the slow parts at a T Ball game are fun when you are there. But then it makes me wonder why anyone goes. Maybe we should all just go to your house!

Sandy said...

and bloom where you are planted!

Shelby said...

yes.. bloom where you're planted :)

kitten said...

LOL! Too funny, but I don't blame ya.
You have been tagged.

Karmyn R said...

hahaha - I can't believe you posted it.

lisa marie said...

So those are daisies in your nose? I'm not sure what to think of your family. :) Green beans, daisies, is there anything you won't put up your noses? :)

sirdar said...

What? You break the rules? Naaaah :-)

ellen b. said...

A little humor is always good!

Rurality said...

Well I was too late for the winter one but I enjoyed those links!

Hildegard said...

There should be more people like you in the world!

mjd said...

Very funny, Pamela.

my4kids said...

lol too funny!

wolfbaby said...

*giggle*

your to funny for words;)