Sunday, April 26, 2009

Whenever I hear the song of a bird...

Whenever I hear the song of a bird,
or look at the blue, blue sky,
Whenever I feel the rain on my face
or the wind as it rushes by.
Whenever I touch a velvet rose,
or walk by our lilac tree,
I'm glad that I live in this beautiful world
Heavenly Father created for me.
One of my favorite primary songs. The beauty of spring always reminds me how very much my Heavenly Father loves me. I'm so grateful for all the beauty he surrounds me with each and every day.
Remember the flower bed I weeded last week? I was so anxious to see these babies bloom!

Here's how they looked just a few days later!

There's no sunshine today, so they're hiding their faces, but I still think they look lovely!
These are what say "hello" to me each day when I walk out my front door. I still need to weed here!
This flower bed also still needs weeding and de-leafing! But I love all the bright colors!
I hope you are all having a beautiful Sabbath. Tonight I get to hear my husband and daughter (cowgirl) sing. There is an amazing exhibit called "Reflections of Christ" that will be touring the country. Tonight is the last night here, and our ward choir is one of choirs that was invited to do a musical presentation for the exhibit. I can't wait, it's going to be such a wonderful evening!

Oh - p.s. Tomorrow will be my 100th post! I think I'll do a giveaway!


Vivienne @ the V Spot said...

Your flowers are beautiful, and I love that you make time to appreciate them! It sounds like you have a wonderful evening ahead of you! Have fun!

Amy said...

Your flowers look wonderful. Congrats on the 100th post. Have a great Sunday.

Becca @ The Texas Darlings said...

Oh your flowers are beautiful! What kind are they?? I do not have a green thumb what-so-evah!!! So I am always envious of others beautiful flowers!!


Melissa said...

100 posts! What ever will you say tomorrow? :) Congratulations.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful. This spring has certainly brought me a renewed spirit!

Happy 99th post!

Cassie said...

Those look amazing!

shortmama said...

Beautiful flowers! Cant wait to see your 100th post. I think I am just a couple posts away from mine too!

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Pretty pretty! You did a good job of arranging them--that's what I don't know how to do!!!

Yay for 100 posts!! I'll check back in. :)

Maridith said...

So pretty. I bet you love walking out your front door. I would!!

Congrats on your 100th post. I will be back tomorrow!!

Sassytimes said...

Beautiful flowers!!

momma said...

your flowers are absolutely gorgeous!!

ps - i'll be back tomorrow :) and i've got a giveaway going on, too!

Small House said...

This isn't just one of my favorite Primary songs THIS IS MY FAVORITE PRIMARY SONG!!! And LUCKY you, to have such beautiful flowers to say "GOOD MORNING TO YOU!"

Have a good day.

Unknown said...

Love the flowers don't you just love this time of the year.

Tanielle said...

Love this song!!!

Wow...almost 100 posts, how about you just give me the giveaway instead? Doesn't that sound like the best idea!?!

Jen @ said...

Your flowers are so pretty. There is nothing that lifts my spirits as much as Spring flowers. So pretty!

Congratulations on 100 - woo hoo!


Lisa @ Pulsipher Page said...

Your flowers are beautiful! I wish we could get spring time flowers like most of the country can right now. We are already moving into summer.

That's exciting about the Reflections exhibit. The photographer is from here and in the scene on Calvary with the 3 crosses our friend Sam is on the cross to the left of Christ. Isn't that cool. Right now Sam is on his mission in Australia.

kado! said...

I ♥ that primary song....and the flowers look beautiful!
I love the blooming flowers & love to see my little one be so interested & gentle with them....he is so careful not to hurt them...just smell them. Don't know if you guys ever watch the show "Little Bill" but on a show it talked about once you pick a bud off a plant it will die...he always remembers that and is so careful not hurt the plant!

Roger Pack said...

I love that song and those flowers are so pretty!