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Saturday, March 12, 2016

Sunlit Sunday



Grape hyacinths, mint and lemon balm leaves on the window sill, with a glow of forsythia outside makes for a very sunny view even when the clouds roll in. 



The bunnies and flowers say, "It's spring!" and it's beginning to feel and look that way. I hope this lovely season is appearing in your corner of the northern hemisphere. For those down under, you'll be anticipating cozy evenings and cooler temperatures. Seasonal changes are most always welcome anywhere.

Linking to Sunlit Sunday, hosted by Karen of My Little Home and Garden.

21 comments:

  1. So pretty...I have a few of those bulbs coming up in the backyard. I love your little bunnies...they look vintage.

    Hope you are enjoying your weekend!

    Jane

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  2. Love the way you captured the light on the grape hyacinths...so pretty. Enjoy your Sunday...

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  3. It is a joy to live where there are such vivid seasons. Well maybe not as striking a contrast as up north, but we definitely have four seasons here. Even in Africa after a time we could tell seasons. Your picture at the window is beautiful.

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  4. Wonderful flowers and super cute bunnies!
    We too are happy to have four very distinct seasons, but our winter is a little bit too long... :)
    Happy Sunlit Sunday!

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  5. Love the mix of the grape hyacinths with the lemon and mint leaves. Precious picture of the bunnies!

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  6. Better than a magazine!

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  7. The rabbits are too cute! It's hard to believe that Easter is only 2 weeks away now!

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  8. Beautiful. Loved the rabbits, Spring is definitely in the air...

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  9. Lorrie, that was a wonderful idea, photographing the grape hyacinths with the forsythia glow in the background. I think I'll go outside and cut some branches from mine to bring indoors, just so they can flower early and add some colour to my home. The little pastel bunnies and pot are very sweet. I can imagine the children like them very much.

    Karen

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  10. Pretty post, Lorrie. Love those little bunnies and I absolutely adore those grape hyacinths and can't wait to see some live ones here. xo Diana

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  11. I think I have the same little bunnies! How sweet everything looks! Hugs!

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  12. I love seasonal changes, and welcome each one! I'm enjoying the early spring this year!

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  13. Love your spring bouquet and bunnies. It does put me in the mood for springtime. How I love seeing springtime arriving. Then in the fall I enjoy the autumn colors too. Such colorful seasons.

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  14. The grape hyacinth picture is awesome! Love how you captured the yellow of the forsythia in the background! I do love all the seasons, and you are right though, at the changing of the seasons, there is always a sense of anticipation and great joy! Somehow, I think spring is the season most anticipated :)

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  15. I love Grape Hyacinths and your display is so pretty. Mine should pop up soon...I hope so anyway. Have a Happy Week~

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  16. Beautiful blog thanks for all you share
    Blessings from a fellow Canadian
    I live in Ontario Canada

    Jeanne

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  17. Lovely photos - I enjoyed my visit!

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  18. The flowers are gorgeous! And I love those little bunnies. Thank you for sharing with us!

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  19. What lovely photos! The flowers are beautiful and the bunnies are so sweet. I'm glad you shared with us.

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  20. Oh my goodness Lorrie, those photos of yours would make the prettiest Spring time notecards. I'd buy them!

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  21. What a divine little posie in your windowsill. :)

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