Sunday, March 1, 2015

Peaceful March Sunday

         I hope you are enjoying a peaceful
   Sunday with time to reflect on your

                                                     A bouquet of roses makes me happy
                                                       while waiting for my garden roses.

A place to relax and enjoy the beauty of
all that white sparkling snow.!!!???

Pretty pink tulips and roses give some
cheerful color.

  Sunday afternoon tea.

                                        It is a good feeling to be into March as
                                                  it means Spring is a little closer and I think
                                                  we are all looking forward to having some
                                                  warmer temps and melting snow around here.

                                                                   Thank you for visiting!



Montrue said...

Lovely pictures very spring like!
Still a lot of snow here and very cold in Ontario.
Hugs, Monika

Southerncook said...

Such a lovely post Carolyn and I am sure you are ready for your snow to melt so you can get back in to your gardening. We haven't had the snow but drizzly and cold for days here in N FL and frankly it has been depressing. However, you post put a smile on my face.I too am ready for Spring. I have some days that I am able to get out in my garden and get a little bed clean up done. I do have some antique daffodils that are very fragrant and are blooming and I have enjoyed bringing them inside. Their fragrance is intoxicating. We also have our tulip trees blooming here so we are seeing a few signs of Spring. More than most people so I feel guilty about complaining.

I am curious about the book you showed in a couple of your photos. Could you tell me a little about the book?

Carolyn from N FL

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Lovely images, Carolyn! So glad March is finally here and Spring is on its way even though the scenery around us tells us differently.


Dora, the Quilter said...

Oh, I would love to have a sunny spot like that with favorite treasures, a favorite quilt or two, and my piano teacher's chaise.

Sissie's Shabby Cottage said...

Beautiful soft surroundings, the chaise and the flowers are a perfect prelude to Spring. Thanks for sharing such loveliness.


Thelma said...

I love your beautiful room especially the transferware dishes the flowers. I am anxious for Spring.

Jonell w Harrison said...

Oh my what a perfect spot to slip away and read or soak up a little vitamin and fall asleep for a little 'catnap'..The large vase with flower pattern is just irresistible.

Carolyn said...

Hi Carolyn at Southern Cook,
I would love to have daffodils getting ready to bloom here but alas not for quite awhile yet by the look of all the snow....patience!

The beautiful book Summer for all the Senses that you asked about is from Norway and some of my photos are in it.
You can read more about it here ~

Thank you for your visit!

Mein Gartenglück said...

Hi Carolyn, wundervolle Rosen und Tulpen in der Frühlingssonne! Da würde ich auch gern liegen und vom Frühling träumen!Und diese schönen Farben! Bleibe gesund! Alles Liebe aus Deutschland von Susan

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

What lovely pictures - and that chaise is so perfect for a peaceful and relaxing lie-down. Sundays are so perfect for spaces like that!

Pretty, pretty!! said...

Dear Carolyn ....Once again you fill my heart with all of your beautiful photographs of your beautiful home

You are my inspiration ...I am enjoying buying thrift finds to enhance my home is amazing what you can find

Your photographs are just lovely and this one is so sunny and bright ...just perfect for our dreary day in Alabama

Just recently I published my own blog and I am enjoying it so much ....

Have a wonderful day thanks so much

Susan said...

Such lovely roses, Carolyn. Well, all the flowers are lovely, actually. Susan

Nicole said...

What a beautiful Sunday picture!