Friday, February 19, 2010

Happy Friday



Just a little bit of sunshine...



to brighten your day. Happy Friday, dear bloggers! :)

27 comments:

  1. Thank you Mary, your posts always brighten my day :-). Kathy.

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  2. Ohhhhh, thanks for the sunshine, Mary. Sure needed it on this dark and freezing day! Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

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  3. Mary,
    Even the days in Florida have been gray and chilly. I will be looking for some of those cheery yellow daffodils today at the market.

    Carol

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  4. Happy Friday to you to Mary~!~ I just saw one of these the other day, and I was tempted to buy it...however I have black thumb and find it not fair to a plant to kill it!~

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  5. Thank you, Mary!
    I hope you will have a great weekend!
    ;)
    AnnA

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  6. I always fill my home with spring bulbs this time of the year, it makes me feel like spring is just a tad closer!

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  7. Thanks for sharing your little pot of posies with us! Have a wonderful weekend...

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  8. Fabulous Friday pictures! I cannot wait to see these little friends popping up in my neighborhood! Thanks for sharing them with us!

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  9. I will have to pick up fresh flowers today! Such a day brightener. Thanks!

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  10. There is hope isn't there. . .Thanks for the reminder that spring is on the horizon, a great way to brighten spriits, have a wonderful weekend!

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  11. Daffodils are such happy flowers. Thanks for sharing some spring.

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  12. Happy Friday Mary!!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    *hugs*deb

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  13. Beautiful little daffie flower, Mary. Lovely to see, this winter day!

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  14. The little yellow flower stands alone and yet shouts enough joy for all in it's bright color! I love spring flowers! Thanks for this.
    Blessings!
    Gwen

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  15. Aahhh ... thank you for your picture of this little spot of sunshine. I grew up in Tennessee where they are very common in the early Spring and next to hydrangeas and Texas bluebonnets a definite favorite of mine.

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  16. Your pictures are so pretty. They really brighten my day! Thank you!

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  17. Ahhh, and it did...brighten my day. Have a relaxing weekend, Mary.

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  18. Simply lovely....cannot wait until spring!

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  19. Well, Mary, Blogger finally decided to give me back my embedded comments privileges so I can finally stop by and say, "Hello!" As I negotiate our unusual winter weather I appreciate all the color and flowers anyone has to offer - the yellow in the daffodil is just scrumptious!

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  20. :) Lovely! But...today I picked up your beautiful book of flowers that you sent to me and looked through it once again. Thank you, Mary. A wonderful way to visit flowers when there are none, or not many out there. I, of course, taped your sweet card in it...so after I'm gone my children will know who sent it.
    I fell in love with you blog 14 months ago, my very first visit to a blog..which I've told you, and because of you, I gave it a try. What a wonderful trip it has all been!
    Hugs and love for all you give us!
    Mna

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  21. Made me smile and brought joy to my heart to see this picture of Spring. thanks

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  22. Hello from hot and sunny Brisbane. It's very tropical here and daffodils quickly rot in the ground. Sometimes if I'm lucky with my timing, I may get a few bulbs going by early spring. Our climate just doesn't get cold enough. They are so beautiful. Sigh...

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  23. Hi Mary...
    Not that you need the traffic :)

    But Next friday-- think of joining in our Friday finding beauty-- there have ever been a post of yours that isnt spectacular --- great way to share your beautiful perspective.

    See you Monday... Claudia

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