...whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Phil 4:8
They sound like happy days to me. Enjoy!
Bury your nose deep in that rose and take a deep breath - and then you'll be set for the day!
I love how much notice you take of God's gifts of beauty! from a little finch, to a field of lupins, to a delicate rose! thanks for sharing!
I noticed thwe same yesterday... the first red rose had opened.
No roses over here just yet...so thanks for sharing yours.
What a beautiful picture. If I had an ounce of 'green thumb' in me, I would attempt growing some roses. For now I'll be happy to enjoy yours and mom's. :)
I'm going to attempt a rose bush this year. I tried them years back and killed every last one of them. Traded them in for peonies which are still going strong. But all the roses on bloggyland are too tempting - I'm going to try again. And pick a good hardy Canadian bred rose this time.Enjoy your rose filled grammie days!
I have my first ones too....red. So pretty. Busy...you and me both. I hope you get all things done you need to. Kathy
Lovely days and where did the rose wind up? In a vase or in a bowl?