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Thursday, May 24, 2012

iPhone-O-Gram! Roadside Daisies!

It's been a great relaxing morning in Columbus!

I was out the door at 6:50am for a walk---just following the sidewalk to see where it led me.

What's a girl to do when the sidewalk ends?? Follow the road to see where it leads!

At the end of a street in a subdivision--suburbia met countryside and I was blessed to wish the daisies and the woods a very pleasant "Good Morning!"

I just love daisies---and green grass. And old fences! And woods! And when they are present together while the world is awakening, I realize what a beautiful morning it is indeed---and what a lucky girl I am to stop amidst the daisies!

I'm at the airport---waiting for my flight to Chicago to catch my connecting flight home to Greensboro.

Time to get some hexies on!

9 comments:

  1. Great pictures of daisies. Safe travels back! Call when you get a chance...hi to Nuts on Clark!!

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  2. Love the "country" feel of the fence with the daisies.
    Safe journey home to you!

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  3. Anonymous12:55 PM EDT

    Just plain lovely.
    Maryella

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  4. In Germany the grass seed has seeds for little daisies in it. It's so much prettier than just plain grass.

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  5. Not much better in this world than a walk in the country in the morning! Enjoy your time at home, I can believe that you are ready to be home-sweet-home!

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  6. I love daisies, and that scene along the fence is beautiful! Safe travels on your way home!

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  7. I, too, love daisies! I have them in my yard..........they wave in the wind and say kind words to me when the world can be so cruel! Thanks for the cool pictures!

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  8. Daisies grow wild in the unmowed section of my land and are followed by the black-eyed Susans. Can't bear to mow either down and always leave a section of my lawn unmown and wild for the flowers and butterflies.

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  9. Great shots. Makes me want to kick back in a hammick.

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