New Day Posted on August 13, 2019 by Debbie Morning Glory vine Greets each day with regal hue Eliciting smiles. Related
Yes, most definitely, Debbie! Isn’t is something how that whenever you look at flower, you smile? 🙂
Over the weekend, I took a train trip out to Collingswood, NJ for the day. It’s a charming little town only 18 mins outside of Philadelphia. I spent the whole day smiling at all the colorful flowers in full bloom 🙂
Isn’t nature, grand?
Have a great week, my friend! X
Philadelphia is that close to NJ?? Why didn’t I know that? Your trip sounds delightful, and I do love traveling by train. Here’s hoping we’ll get to see some of the beautiful flowers you saw there (hint hint!)
You’re so right — Nature is grand! All we have to do is keep our eyes and ears open for the glories she freely offers!!
Have a wonderful week, my friend! xo
Love morning glories. Nice job, Debbie.
I do, too, John. I especially love that I don’t have to plant or tend them, and they regularly appear every summer. Plus, they show up in the prettiest colors — from white and pink to blue and purple.
They are sweet.
Lovely pics, lovely words! 😀
Thanks so much — glad you enjoyed them!
I read this early this morning, and loved it. The flowers are beautiful, and they certainly were a nice, refreshing start to a day I knew was going to be hot. Thanks for the flowers, and thanks for the smiles!
You’re most welcome, Linda. It’s a treat knowing that my little post has brightened your hot world for a while — here’s hoping you can share in our cool front soon! (though, sad to say, it didn’t cool us much, ha!)
I love morning glories. I’ve never grown them though I always love it when I see them in someone’s garden.
Thanks, Dawn. I don’t really “grow” these either. They just spring up every summer along the fence and die out at first frost. I love that they don’t ask anything of me in the way of tending (water, fertilizer, etc.), yet offer so much for free!
Wonderful Haiku, Debbie. Sweet pops of color.
Thanks so much, Miss A — lovely words to hear this morning!
Thank you for these beautiful photos reminding me to stop and see and feel the beauty of nature around me.
Glad you stopped by to enjoy them, Pat!