Saturday, March 30, 2013

Happy Spring










Happy Easter!!!!

13 comments:

  1. Hi,Sally,
    Your images are filled with spring air! I love all of them but, without hesitation, the third one is my favorite. I wish I could walk around there with you.

    Sorry, I have not spent much time on my computer, though I have been confined at home.I had a serious strain and my left foot was cracked on January. I was miserable. My foot is almost recovering now, though I still need a stick when walk a lot. I am OK. Finally spring is here.
    Happy spring!
    Tomoko


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  2. Sally, You managed to find some beautiful spring colors throughout your new home town. Have a lovely weekend.

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  3. your window&door series of photos are my favorite.
    happy spring sally.

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  4. I just came over from Sara's...you have such a lovely space here. I have really enjoyed all your posts on Charleston - I place I love.
    In fact, we may be moving near there this summer.

    Happy Easter and I look forward to reading more.

    Sarah

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    1. Thank you so much, Sarah. Your compliment means so much to me as I have been a long time fan of your blog even though it has been a while since I last visited. I will make sure to stop by again soon!

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  5. Well done for finding such a vibrant neighbourhood. We are missing that strong light here. Happy Easter.

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    1. Thanks Jane. We are very happy with our new neighborhood. I love reading about your life in rural France as well.

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  6. I hope you spend a good Easter weekend. I love the gate decorated with colored eggs!

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    1. Thanks Elsa. Hope you had a happy Easter too!

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  7. same to you dear sally!
    may the spring blossom and fill us with energy and creativity!

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  8. how I love that first photo...
    My first visit to the US was in NY in April 2010, and I'll forever remember the sight of the blossoming Japanese cherry trees...

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