Friday, July 11, 2014

Lucky Me!



my mother was superstitious

she carefully pressed four leaf clovers
between sheets of waxed paper

I left these where I found them
for
Good Luck

21 comments:

  1. Wow!
    All those beautiful four leaf clovers.
    I hope good luck is coming your way.

    My mom did the same thing as yours with the four leaf clovers ...

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  2. I have never seen so many in one place....what a stroke of "luck"....hope it brings much joy and happiness to your summer.

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  3. One might be a wonder, but so many, maybe greater good luck for many. Cheers,Jean

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  4. I've never seen four-leaved clover before! Thank you.

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  5. Wow, what an abundance of luck in that patch. I have never in 75 years found even one.

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  6. Holy moly! Is this for real? I've never actually found a four leaf clover. What a lovely sight - I'm hoping this means you have lots of luck coming to you!

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  7. Yes, like everyone else I am astounded at seeing so many all at once - little smiling faces. May their promise come true!

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  8. Hi Barb, my mom is also good in spotting them! But this photo is spectacular ... I need to link this post to her :)

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  9. And I am certain 'they' are pleased with your decision, Barb. Nothing worse than being pressed with waxed paper!!

    You must have 'four-leafed' clover seeds....right!!/ lol

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  10. You gave the earth good luck when you left them there! How fun. P.S. I am headed up to the top of the Keweenaw this week. Haven't been up in your Mary's territory in a long time.

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  11. Ah, very good, keeping the luck going!

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  12. I do believe I see some some four-leafed clovers in your bunch, you lucky lady :-)

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  13. Oh my goodness, so many four-leafs amongst that profusion of clover! I used to hunt and hunt for only one. What a delight to these Irish eyes. If they don't bring you luck, at least you had the luck of seeing them and taking their picture. By the way, my grand-dog (haahaha, I thought we were the only ones who used that term; my mother calls Javier her grand-dog), my son's yellow lab, Rambo, is the light of our lives as well. He (Rambo) will be staying with us for much of August and September as my son will be busy with Air Force duties. I'll take lots of photos of him so stay tuned!

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  14. Beautiful shot. I love fields of clover.

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  15. Oh yes! This is wonderful -- and much better for your Karma to leave them blooming I think. (My grandmother could always fin one four-leaf clover ... in any yard or park -- and she did as you mother did ... but we know better now!)

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  16. Oh yes
    my mother did the same.
    Could look down and instantly see them.
    Your images are breath taking
    Thank you for visiting me
    in my simple surroundings
    by the woods :)

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  17. How wonderful. And doubly good... they get to stay where they are for everyone to find.. AND you've shared them with us. Thanks for that.

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  18. What fun - and what luck for the clover to be allowed to stay there and flourish!

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  19. What a lovely remembrance. I have never had much luck finding the 4 leafed ones.

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  20. Goodness! I've found a few in the same bunch, but that's amazing!

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