Happy Flowers (reblog from Ecuador)

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Note: This a reblog from Zeebra Designs & Destinations who says “An Artist’s Eyes Never Rest” featuring posts from “Ecuador” on the coast between Bahia and Pedernales. I’m sure just by your viewing these wonderful photographs and flowers, they will inspire you, too.

__”Let us be grateful to people who make us happy: They are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” _Marcel Proust, French novelist (1871 – 1922)

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These past few weeks have been difficult for a number of people that I know.    Some are caregivers or are dealing with chronic illness; some are recovering from the loss of a loved one;  others are struggling with personal relationships; others have heavy emotional burdens on their shoulders.  When one feels overwhelmed, the short days of winter and lack of color often enhance those pre-equinox blues.    Whether you’re in Iceland or China, Paraguay or New York,  despondent or overwhelmed, frail or well, these images from Cuenca Ecuador are presented with love to brighten your day!

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4 responses to “Happy Flowers (reblog from Ecuador)

  1. Beautiful and inpiring post. Flowers brings joy to our days, more during the times when we are sad. They give a similar effect like blue skies and sunshine.

    • Flowers are sometimes a girl’s best friend, especially when someone who admires you gives you a surprise bouquet and an invitation to lunch. Fresh fresh cut flowers of all kinds are great to keep in pots indoors, but my favorites are the wildflowers I see in fields outdoors. Sometime I do bring a little nature from the outdoors to visit me for a while indoors. (PS: I like what you say about the effect of blue skies and sunshine). Have a great weekend!

  2. Thanks, dear Mary! Your header and the first image look as if they were made for each other!
    Hope that the day is a good one for you!

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