Wordless Wednesday — Miss Tulip, One Bright Spark :-)

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Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. She's into nature, gardening, and natural health. For her, sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

12 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday — Miss Tulip, One Bright Spark :-)”

    1. Hello Joss, indeed it has 🙂 My garden is a mass of yellow and blue just now, about to be joined by the mauve of lilac. Spring seems to have been a long time coming this year, but I think it’s making up for lost time.

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  1. After the cold and snowy winter we’ve had here with palette devoid of colors, it is a welcome sight to see the bright and vivid colors of spring emerging – finally!

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    1. Yes, “finally” is the word! We’ve not had snow where I live, but endless greyness, rain, and storms: just a remorseless drenching and battering from the southwest. On the rare occasions the wind moved around to the east, I found some energy.

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    1. When I saw Miss Tulip like a red-surprise in the middle of that neatly dug bed, I exclaimed, “Just look at her!” I think I made everyone’s heads turn in the National Trust garden I was visiting at the time. My granddaughter replied, “She’s beautiful and I so-o-o wish I had a dress that colour!”

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