Thursday, 5 May 2022

“Rejoice in small things and they will continue to grow.” – Slaven Vuji



Still planting without purpose and this weird weather seems to make the flowers think it's spring time...













The roses are blooming on the dog walk and smell divine.










Sunrises are getting some colour back - or at least I'm waking up in time for them....


















I'm happy to be getting my harbour walks back after all this rain...













Trying to focus on the little things as the election coverage is just depressing. I don't understand how we are determined to not focus on any of the issues, and they're are so many serious ones with huge future impacts and all we talk about is uncooked curry and other equally irrelevant personality 'stuff'.







Like the song in the Sound of Music says I need to think of my favourite things...(see what I did there, photo lyric joke...boomtish)

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16 comments:

  1. ... planting without purpose, now that's interesting. Just getting your hands dirty is purpose enough!

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  2. I am concentrating on little things, too. It makes good among all the news coverage. I just walked with my kitty Selma in the garden and loved to see how plants are waking up after the winter. Pure happiness.

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  3. I really like the idea of planting without purpose. My grandfather had an amazing small garden - little fruit trees with flowers, herbs and vegetables growing under and around them. Rather messily. It looked like planting without purpose, but in reality was carefully planned.

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  4. Beautiful photos! Glad to hear you get your harbour walks back. Thank you for linking up with #weekendcoffeeshare.

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  5. Thank you for sharing some of your favorite things to distract us from the ridiculous, trivial things filling the news.

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  6. Hi Lydia, just keep on planting. That makes sense. Thank you for your nice comment on me and for participating in the Nature Thursday. I especially like the last photo, next to the rose. Kind regards - Elke

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  7. Beautiful pictures of the various plants.
    L G Pia

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  8. Harbour walks and this special bridge ... that must be Sydney! Hope you don't have too many snails, because they love your yellow flowers. Still enjoy them!

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  9. I just try and ignore politics.

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  10. And I love your photographs, I love that you get out in the morning to see such sights.

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  11. Beautiful sunrise photos. Nice sky color, and I like the city skyline in the background!

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  12. Walking encourages us to see the little things. Glad you are doing it again. Your sunrise photos pop.

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  13. Such lovely sunrise photos.

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  14. ...fabulous quote and accompanying images, enjoy your week.

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  15. Lovely flowers, Lydia! We have strange things happening in our garden too. The Spring bulbs are shooting up out of the ground, roses bloom next to chrysanthemums and a crazy (midsummer) tuberose is getting ready to bloom!

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