Saturday, March 19, 2011

One Week Later...






"Think small. Planting tiny seeds in the small space given you
can change the whole world or, at the very least, your view of it."
~ Linus Mundy



25 comments:

Tracy said...

Oh Catherine,
When I saw the first two photos my heart jumped for joy over spring getting to your area :) oh well, it will soon be there even if it's in a pot! So fresh, and so alive...isn't that what it is all about?
Happy Day girl!

Brian said...

How pretty, and such a great sign of things to come! Enjoy your weekend!

Lin said...

Well, if spring has to come indoors, so be it. Isn't it sweet to see some little sprouts coming up???

Laurie said...

I love your springy pictures, and this beautiful quote! Have a sunny, happy week-end Catherine!

Becca said...

Spring!

Lesley said...

love these pictures, full of hope and promise!
Have a great weekend,Catherine
xo Lesley

The Smiths said...

We love sunflowers... And so do the slugs in our part of Cornwall, maybe we should try keeping them indoors... Lovely photos!

Kay :)

Deb said...

Watching life slowly take shape. I love it and think of how some day that will be the people who lost so much in Japan. Beautiful post.

BeadedTail said...

Yay! Spring is springing! Hope your plants outside starting springing soon too!

Luna and Luzie said...

Those are great growing pictures!!!
Today I bought a kids magazine with a sunflower seed planting set.
The kids are cusious how they´ll grow.

Gods Little People said...

Hi Catherine
- a new follower here! Those images are very powerful... amazing the incredible urge to grow from those little seeds. And what a lovely little quote. One of my favorite mottos is Multum in Parvo = much in little. There's so much to be discovered in littleness.

Gods Little People said...

Hi Catherine
- a new follower here! Those images are very powerful... amazing the incredible urge to grow from those little seeds. And what a lovely little quote. One of my favorite mottos is Multum in Parvo = much in little. There's so much to be discovered in littleness.

Vicki's Bit-o-earth said...

Love love love this post Catherine! You captured my favorite thing! Just love those tiny instances when life happens like this! I just read your love story today for the first time! So perfectly romantic! Have you ever seen the move "Only You" with Robert Downey Jr., and Marisa Tomei? For some reason that movie came to mind as I read! (: xxVicki

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Good thoughts and pictures for the end of my day as I am waiting for the moon-rise that is supposed to be spectacular!

I hope you've had an enjoyable day Catherine!

Ann said...

Some times you have to take spring any way you can get it. Hooray for little green sprouts :)

Pamela said...

Spring is coming Catherine...even though I saw this morning on the weather channel you got hit with snow!! Hopefully it's the last blast!
Sending you some green moss
from the West Coast!!!

Pamela xo

Kerri said...

Hurray! These are wonderful and it's ALWAYS great to see growth!

S. Etole said...

It's a start ...

Linda R. said...

It is so fun to see something grow. For some reason it just makes me happy to see new life popping up from a little seed..

Hope you are enjoying your weekend..

Hugs, Linda

kittykye said...

Wow, that's really neat how they grow up with the seeds on them like that. I've never seen that before.
Not too much longer and spring will come up both our ways! The snow is slowly melting away here (still have lots to go, but it's a start!) :)

Beth said...

What beautiful photos! I found your blog through Sharon Mayhew's. Thanks for the touch of spring!

Linens and Royals said...

My kind of gardening, I can manage one small plant very well. The photos are beautiful. XX

Tamago said...

Yay! Spring is coming!!
These beautiful photos really make me feel excited!

Clara said...

Beautiful to see.

YHOSIE said...

it is change my point of view! ;)
u really make small things into a big one

Xo

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