Sunday, April 4, 2021

Seven on Sunday

 I haven't walked for several days due to dusty weather (and because of that dark cloud that just keeps hanging over my head).  But today's weather was absolutely gorgeous and not to be wasted so I headed out early for a neighborhood walk.
It makes me very happy to come across these colorful, cheerful hollyhocks every year.

The beautiful spring came; and when Nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.

Harriet Ann Jacobs

Sending love and blessings your way.
Happy Easter.

16 comments:

Dee said...

Happy Easter, Tammy.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Tammy,
Yes, the human soul needs this kind of revival!
So many people are depressed due to the loss of personal freedoms.
May the good win over the evil...
Your hollyhock photos are stunning; love those old fashioned flowers.
Would have loved to bike but I'm suffering once more (long time ago...!) from a sciatica attack. No fun.
Hoping that our 3 cold nights, two close to freezing, have been the final flareup from Mr. Winter. Ready for wearing shorts and getting outdoors!
Sending you hugs,
Mariette

Delighted Hands said...

Surrounding myself with color and nature does my gloomies good--
the yarn bombing heart is a very good way to spread the love!

nicole said...

Happy Easter Tammy!

Glad you got out and enjoyed the sunshine, despite the dark cloud, good on you!
Xo

Melisa- pinkernpunkinquilting said...

Such pretty hollyhocks to enjoy on your walk and love the crocheted heart. I also enjoyed the treasure you made from the found rings in your last post. So cute and clever. Happy stitching,

Teresa Kasner said...

I just love hollyhocks. Ours always fall over. Such pretty colors they are. Sweet little gift you left for a lucky recipient. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Preeti said...

beautiful hollyhocks! It's getting hotter here now for walks.

Mary said...

Pink heart - pink hollyhocks - so pretty.
Hollyhocks and palm trees together - what an amazing sight!.
Hope cheerful days will come to us all soon - we need them so much.
Take good care of yourself dear Tammy.
Hugs - Mary

Happy@Home said...

I so appreciate your beautiful hollyhock photos. They are such pretty flowers and the pink crochet heart matches them perfectly. Hope you had a Happy Easter.

Susan said...

Hello Tammy. Glad you got out for a walk. The hollyhocks are so pretty and your pink heart is adorable! Hope you have a lovely new week of life! Thanks for stopping by and commenting, too. Hugs. Susan

linda said...

I hope you had a lovely Easter Tammy, those hollyhocks are beautiful, such lovely vivid colours. 😊

miruspeg said...

Flowers certainly brighten up our day, especially in gardens and in the bush.
All the very best my friend.
Hugs
Peggy xxx

Lyn said...

I love Hollyhocks...must try and grow some this year. What a lovely show they make in your neighbourhood. xxx

Lorrie said...

Such pretty flowers hollyhocks are, and pink ones especially. I hope the dark cloud overhead paled somewhat during your walk. When we lived overseas it was always those special days of the year that were particularly difficult. Hugs to you.

Angie said...

Tammy - sometimes the toughest part is the first step. Glad you were able to get outside - it certainly seemed to cheer you up! I love the spires on hollyhocks - amazing that they can hold themselves up!

handmade by amalia said...

Such pretty photos, Tammy. A nice walk can make up for a lot, I hope it lightened your load.
Amalia
xo

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