Nature, Writing, Photography - Celebrating the Positive
And they thrive for you! Love should be expressed!
i talk to mother nature's gifts too......
Lovely post. I talk to flowers too but not out loud. Too shy I guess. But my dogs now, that's another matter.I've enjoyed your River of Stones posts.Joanna
I talk to the flowers, too, and out loud! And the birds. And the spiders..........
Oh how pretty Barb, and I talk to everything. Flowers and just everything, I don't care what anyone thinks! Love Di ♥
Good Morning.I am touched and silent, gazing this beautiful gift from nature. You are a great photographer, Barb.Tomoko.
Of course you talk to flowers! I do too! They like it and so far, haven't talked back.......................I think........
this is intense. wow. and I talk to flowers too :)
Yes, I do, too. It is wholesome and drives me out of my "deranged insanity"!I am back to blogging for a while.I enjoyed your garden and nature around you.
Oh yes! Love your sweet poem . . . I also talk to flowers, the vegetable garden, the bees, the birds, the dog, and lots of inanimate objects as well!
So don't I, Barb. It is good for us.Hey, this morning I was out shooting photos behind the garden when a calico pennant (dragonfly) landed in front of me. It was on a old stick, so I said to it, "Why don't you hop on that marjoram?" He did, and I took the photo. That yellow flower is columbine, right? I love that shade.
Lovely... many generations of flower-whisperers.
I would expect you would be that kind of a caring person, Barb.
What a lovely shot and a lovely thing to do.
Hi Barb,Thats a heart warming poem...One who gets close to nature and starts taking to it certainly is very lucky... The person is very satisfied and finds inner peace and joy!!!Have a fabulous Sunday:)
Fantastic! PS - I talk to nature too :)
I talk to the plants and animals too!
I talk to flowers, too, and I love the whispers of flowers as well. The photo is exquisitely beautiful.Have a happy week, Barb.Yoko
Lovely, lovely, lovely!
I love the columbines. Flowers flaunt their beauty without fear of rejection - we need to tell them we appreiate their efforts.
Beautiful. I must remember to tell my grandchildren the same. I talk to flowers as well.
What a lovely soul you possess :)
Your comments are always one good thing for me!