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Friday, 20 January 2017

Primroses




After days of heavy rain we're enjoying a sunny one. Amazing how sunshine can raise one's spirits, isn't it?  I did my grocery shopping as per usual on a Friday morning and was happy to see that Primroses are out. I know it's too chilly to put them outside but I want them to cheer up the inside of my house! I will put them out on the porch for night and hopefully then they will keep blooming a long time.



I had intended to buy 6 but they were cheaper if you bought 10 so I did. Six fit nicely on my kitchen windowsill and they others are in the sunroom.
 


This has nothing to do with Primroses but I found this cute picture on the internet. I do not think my Cinnamon would like wearing a sweater at all!



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                        Granny Marigold


16 comments:

  1. The rabbit with his knitted coat made me smile. Beautiful primroses, they are certainly making me think of Spring. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Your primroses are lovely! Nice that you bought ten pots. I have noticed tulips in the grocery stores and keep meaning to buy some. Anything to bring a bit of colour to this time of year.
    Love the photo of the bunny in a sweater!

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  3. A pleasant interlude on a bleak day.

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  4. I recently bought 2 primroses, they do brighten up a winters day. Love the picture of the bunny.

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  5. Hi Granny! Love the primroses! :)

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  6. Your primroses look so cheerful lined up on your windowsill. Just the thing to brighten up these winter days.
    The bunny in the sweater is adorable.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  7. The primroses are beautiful. I'll have to look around and see if anyone has them here. Are they easy to keep alive... I have brownish green thumb... that means that some things survive and others do not!

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    1. I'll have them inside until they finish blooming then hopefully it will be nice enough to plant them out. But really, they never look as nice as they do now. I think of them more like cut flowers that last a couple of weeks.

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  8. I'm so glad you got the primroses. Those really are bright and cheerful. Our couple of warm sunny days are gone and we are back into rainy, chilly, foggy, dreary weather. Doesn't take much of this to make me feel down. The sunshine totally changes the way I feel.

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  9. I meant to say too, that bunny is so adorable. Mr. Bun Bun would have a fit if I tried putting a sweater on him. :)

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  10. Your windowsill is so pretty filled with flowers!

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  11. Thought of you when I passed the carts of primroses at Superstore ;-)

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  12. What a gorgeous header picture you have right now. And the primroses-such a burst of color with all this gray we're having.
    and the bunny made me laugh-what a sweetie.

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  13. Oh yes! It's essential that we buy flowers this time of year. You're smart, GM!

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  14. The primroses are so pretty, very nice to look at on a winter day.

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  15. Oh your flowers are simply beautiful! -happy sigh-

    Gentle hugs and blessings,
    Luna Crone

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