Wednesday, 8 April 2020

A Bit of Cheer


Do you need cheering up this morning?  Here are some Spring flowers just for you.



What?  That didn't cheer you?  Maybe try this then.



I do hope you are having a good day in spite of all the problems in the world.


Granny Marigold


23 comments:

  1. Thanks for this post! Taking it a day at a time.

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  2. You always brighten my day GM. Flowers or not, but they are lovely.I love Springtime.

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  3. Doing well here, during these strange times. I hope you are too.

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  4. My day is just starting and it is dull and cloudy outside but your flowers and the little joke have cheered me up immensely! I can go and face my day now with a smile on my face :) xx

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  5. Lately, all the shoulders I've personally met have been nice and soft!

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  6. Bless you. These are beautiful flowers. Cute cartoon too. 😊

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  7. What a beautiful combination of springflowers! And the blue bowl is excellent for them!

    I always hear news in the morning and watch also exact the situation in America. What a big problem for all people all around the world! -
    Have a blessed holy week and stay healthy, sheltered and happy!

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  8. Didn't need cheering up but it did make me smile. : ) Thanks.

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  9. We could all use a bit of cheer right about now. You have provided that for me and I thank you. Love the flowers in the coffee pot.

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  10. We had sunshine and warm weather...so was a good day. Of course, we just had a storm to beat the band a bit ago. But that is okay. Was just so good to be able to sit outside and read.

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  11. Thank you for the cheerful flowers and the soft shoulder. I think we can all use it.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  12. Oh yes I do make Paska. Well, not this year my heart isn't in it. The recipe I have is my MIL. It's very good but it is alot of work as you know. It makes quite a few loaves. I used to make bread all the time, I've gotten away from it for now, and hope someday I'll get back to it. I only make the overnight sourdough now. For years, I have been very careful about what I buy which might come from China. Especially if it is a food item, or something to eat or drink out of. I didn't know they made all our medications? That needs to change.Let's have a country who really hates us make our medicine, when did that happen?

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  13. The flowers are gorgeous! Our daffodils and hyacinths are at their peak right now. Such a welcome splash of color after a drab winter!

    Sweet cartoon! Everyone needs a soft shoulder to lean on sometimes.

    Blessings~

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  14. Beautiful flowers in an equally beautiful pot. Yes you did brighten my day. Stay safe.

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  15. Thanks for the cheer ups... stay safe and well!

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  16. oh that is just lovely, the flowers and the kind comic! thank you!!! sending my love to you!

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  17. We're trying to make everyday a good day, life does go on. I enjoyed the cheer you shared.

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  18. Thank you for the delightful cheer today GM. Our spirits sure needs lifting these days. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  19. Beautiful flowers! Thank you! In Norway the daffodils are called Easter lilies. Have a blessed Easter.

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  20. Ha ha. Cute cartoon! And the flowers were pretty, too! Happy Easter to you and your family! :)

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  21. Re the quilting on my quilt, I have to guide the fabric. It is called free-motion quilting. The feed dogs are lowered, and the pressure is removed, and I use a what some people call a hopping foot, or darning foot. That way, I can go in direction.

    Also, that is why my stitches are not uniform. Some people are a lot better at keeping them rather uniform....and I know at least one other domestic machine has a stitch regulator but mine does not.

    Once the quilt is washed the uneven stitches are not that noticeable.

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