Green

Perfect timing. The landscape is slowly shifting from its neutrals of winter to the renewal of springtime life. With it comes a gradual development of green surrounding us. Revival. Rebirth.

❤ Warning: this post may include a ridiculous amount of photographs. ❤

I’ll begin with my bi-weekly purchase of flowers from Aldi. ❤

My mother began hyacinth (my favorite spring bulb) in vases for the kids. I’m pretty sure I’m enjoying them just as much as they are!

Mark had off work on a glorious spring day so we headed to the mountains. So much life bursting forth in the incredible sunlight.

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That evening we took in the warm breeze at a local park.

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And Saint Patrick’s Day is pretty special around here. My husband’s ancestry combined with some super special birthdays (one of my dearest friends and my daughter, Miriam!) and an incredible story of faith in action really bring this day to life. We have LOTS of St. Patty’s decor and accessories put into good use by my dear family. (Naturally needed to be photographed! 😉

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This post is part of the Artist Inspired Blog Circle series. Follow the links for more amazing visions of the theme, “Green.” Next up is the talented artist,  Ceri of Ceri Herd Photography. Click HERE to  enjoy the beauty she has shared.

The Artists Inspired Blog Circle is made up of an exceptionally talented group of photographers from all walks of life, from all over the world. They are wives, mothers, friends, daughters and visual storytellers who draw from their own experiences to create art that is inspiring, unique, beautiful and thought-provoking.

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9 thoughts on “Green

  1. Pingback: Artists Inspired Blog Circle~March | Green

  2. Liz what a wonderful share. I love the nature images and by far the sun flare image is just stunning. What a beautiful capture. And it is such fun to share St Paddy’s day isn’t it. My great grandfather was Irish and so my gran always had stories to tell. Great share this month.

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  3. Wowzers!! I loved your pictures! Plants and St. Patrick’s Day festivities and smiles…loved it all!! That one plant picture with the megaflare…just goodness!

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