Sharing is what the POTW are all about.
You visit me.
I visit you.
I do my best to keep track of the posts that make me think "more people should read/see this" and so I share it.
It's simple really.
I love it when kidlets understand fairness and show empathy to others. Lynzie is enjoying a cool drink of water. You can see that Lily is anxious to quench her own thirst and Ms. Lynzie is quite aware of her.
Lily's turn. Who says kids don't know how to share?
It looks like it's about time to do a bit of sharing of my own.
And now, without further delay, here are the Posts of the Week. The icon below is yours for the taking if if your blog post is named as a POTW.
Recommended by: Karen AND by Pauline
Where I'm From
at Friko's World
A GOOD READ
JUST PLAIN ENJOYABLE
Redbuds Along the River
at Room Without Walls
at Just One Life
IT'LL MAKE YOU LAUGH
at Brown Betty Brew
at Sharon's Paws Create
Please drop by their blogs for a visit and leave a kind comment if you have the time. Also, please feel free to add your own choices (for any blog except this one) for a specific blog post in the comments section below, where others can see them.
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Earth laughs in flowers.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The spring's first dandelion shows its trustful face.
~ Walt Whitman
Where fall the tears of love the rose appears, And where the ground is bright with friendship's tears, Forget-me-not, and violets, heavenly blue, Spring glittering with the cheerful drops like dew.
~ William Cullen Bryant
She turned to the sunlight
And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbor:
"Winter is dead."
~ A.A. Milne
You cannot forget if you would those golden kisses all over the cheeks of the meadow, queerly called dandelions.
~ Henry Ward Beecher
Each flower is a soul opening out to nature.
~ Gerard De Nerval
Oh, tiptoe from the garden
By the garden of the willow tree
And tiptoe through the tulips with me
~ Al Dubin
Blue thou art, intensely blue; Flower, whence came thy dazzling hue?
~ James Montgomery
I must have flowers, always, and always.