Monday, October 24, 2016

OUR WORLD - Spring is here . . .


Spring is here and time for daisy chains


the paddocks and hills are covered in gold,
well actually, a South African imported weed
but so very pretty


and joy of joys, our dams are all overflowing 
for the first time in twenty years


To all of you who have wondered, no, I'm not dead yet . . .


18 comments:

  1. I am so happy to hear from you!! I'm glad that you've had some much needed rain. Take care.

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  2. Lovely to see you post. And hasn't the rain been amazing? I haven't seen it so lush around here in many a long year.

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  3. A joy to celebrate spring with flowers and water.

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  4. Glad to see you posting! While we get winter I'll remember other people are getting spring!

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  5. Good to hear from you.It is also good to see the amole amounts of water.

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  6. Very beautiful shots of spring season.

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  7. I have missed your beautiful posts!!

    That woofy sure looks happy.....

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  8. envying you for spring ;-). but, hopefuly I will enjoy in it in a week.
    lovely meadow and very cute dog.

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  9. bettyl-NZ has left a new comment on your post "Memories of Mothers Day":

    Such an exciting time of year with lovely surprises in the garden! Love these that you shared.

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  10. Hi Arija, love seeing the beauty that surrounds you , xo

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  11. If that is an invasive flower, you lucked out because it is stunning creating fields of gold. Beautiful -- and wonderful news about your water.

    And I am glad you are still here (in blogland and every other land where you reside!)

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  12. welcome back to blogworld, and such a water blessing makes me happy for you.

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  13. Beautiful pics and Daisy chains bring back lovely childhood memories of life in rural SA - I've not been blogging much this year - too many trips away to other climes - thought about you last week Arija when our Photography class made an outing into the the lovely Botanic Gardens. Lots of clickety clicking and then chatting about camera's etc over coffee and cake.

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  14. so lovely, my forest is cloaked in an inch of snow and yours in flowers

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  15. well thank Christ for that. I did wonder x

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  16. Dear Arija,
    I miss you, hoping you are alright.
    Hugs,
    M.

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