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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Springtime in Tennessee

Springtime in Tennessee is a beautiful time of the year, and it probably is all over the world during this season.  My family and I took a walk through our neighborhood, and I was able to get some great photos of the flora "around these parts" as they say.  Now that the blooms are gone, and replaced with so many different shades of green, I wanted to go back and remember the sights and smells of just a short time ago.  Enjoy!

Daffodils in my backyard flower box.

White tulip in my backyard flower box

Tulips at Buschart Gardens in May

Hydrangea in my front yard
 Thank you for visiting, and I hope you enjoyed this short Spring floral parade!  Now, on with the cardmaking and crafting!  Tomorrow is my 33rd anniversary, and I need to make a card!  Have a great day!


  1. Dear Clare,
    I am 78 and love flowers and was wondering if you would mind if I saved your flower pics in my cp as i love the pretty flowers I used to be able to raise them but now the soil is so bad where I live and i can't get down anymore with bad knees so just look at them. Thank you very kindly for any answer you may have.

    1. Hi Mary! Yes, you can save my photos to your cp - I'm sorry you can't work in your garden any longer! I have more if you'd like them! You can email me at, and I can send them that way. Thank you for your nice comment. I hope I make it to 78!

    2. Dear Clare,
      I am sorry you aren't well, I will pray for you too. My sister is 91 and just had a stroke and very bad and she is a christian too so God is in control. I willput you on our prayer list at church,


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I am a child of God, wife, mother of three, and gramma of six. I enjoy stamping, scrapbooking, beading, photography, sewing, camping, fishing, hiking and life! I am a retired dog groomer. Denver, Colorado, is where I was born and raised. I miss the snow and drier weather.

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