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Project 52: Joy | Joie

4.02.2013

Joy is... fresh flowers and a love note from my son, a heartening reminder for times when I forget a better half resides within me. Leave it to children, they always see better than adults, their lens beautiful and unblemished...


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  1. The flowers are beautiful and those cards mean so much!

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    1. Thank you Sarah, the cards and drawings from my older son are absolutely my favorite things in the world...

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  2. Lovely images. Yes, children give us new eyes to see with.

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    1. Thanks Anne... I try and borrow their eyes as often as possible :)

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  3. What a beautiful thought. Beauty and happiness through a child's eyes is the best thing. If we could only keep that with us as we get older....

    You have such a lovely blog!

    xo Sarah

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    1. aww thank you Sarah, that means so very much. I really appreciate you visiting, love your blog back!!

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  4. Gorgeous b/w images, but I love the card. That's priceless. xo

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    1. The credit goes to my son, I'll be sure to pass it on Nancy :) Thank you!

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  5. Ohh... I love Ranunculus, these photos are gorgeous!

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    1. Ranunculus are quite the picture of Spring, aren't they Barbara! I really appreciate your comments + visit, hope you're enjoying this wonderful season so far :)

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  6. All of these are great spring shots ;)

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  7. That is just the sweetest thing - children really help us 'grown ups' get out of our perspective! And they do it in the efficient-but-cutest manner possible. I love your Spring flowers, makes me happy:)

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    1. Exactly Lulu!... children are wonderful teachers :)

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  8. What a sweet card! Kids are wonderful...most of the time. :)

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    1. HA! Yup, they do have their moments :)

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  9. To see through a child's eyes ... good reminder! Sweet card and beautiful flowers.

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  10. Oh my, what beautiful images of the flowers! The best image, of course, is the note from your son. What a treasure.

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  11. adore this post. I am in love with ranunculus right now and always find bliss in sweet notes from children that declare their love for their maman.
    I also love the reflexive french verbs. they are so honest and true and much closer to the true language of the heart.
    adore your little corner of the world.
    xo

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    1. Oh my! I just took a peek at the overflowing banquet of colors on your blog, so gorgeous! Ranunculus have been added to my fav list as well (though they haven't topped peonies :) Bliss is a perfect word to describe a maman's emotions for her children's expression of love. Thank you for stopping by, time for me to go and adore your corner of the web...

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  12. what a way to start your day -- totally precious note from your son.. Lovely b&w photos!!
    Hugs

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    1. Thank you so much for your very kind comments! :)

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  13. absolutely gorgeous... your images, the love not... makes my heart sing:-)

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    1. I really appreciate your comments Laura, thank you! I told my son how much his little note is getting, ... so now he's drawing and writing away :)

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  14. That's surely a keeper note, it makes me grin. Love the flowers and editing.

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    1. Thank you Betty! I keep the note right on my desk :)

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  15. What a wonderful post! The note from your son is precious. The flowers look wonderful with the b/w.

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  16. The ranunculus are gorgeous, but they pale in comparison to the adorable note from your son!

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