Sunday, January 12, 2014

Sunny, Sunlit Sunday!

We were almost giddy with delight... a lovely, sunny Sunday. After the unusually cold temperatures earlier in the week and the rainy, dreary days at the end, the sunshine and 70 degree temp was most welcome! A good time to play around with the camera and the bit of light shining in on the flowers all ready for Jane's Flowers in the House over at Small But Charming on Monday.





Linking up with Sunlit Sunday at My Little Home and Garden to brighten these Winter days! Hope you will visit and get your dose of Sunday sunshine.

20 comments:

  1. Glad you got your sunshine and warmer weather! Lovely sunlit photos!

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  2. I can see the beam of sunlight has been traveling across your cheerful bouquet of flowers in the hobnail vase, Susan. Welcome to Sunlit Sunday. Thank you for joining in this week and bringing a bit of colour and Southern sunshine.

    Wishing you a lovely week,
    Karen

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    1. Thank you for providing the forum to share. I am already looking for next Sunday's subject!

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  3. Beautiful photo of your pretty bouquet in the sunshine. And I'm very partial to white hobnail milk glass too. :) Thank you for visiting me. Pamela

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    1. I do love a milk glass vase, too... I am working on a collection. Now the proud owner of 3! Thanks for popping in!

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  4. That little bouquet is like a shot of sunshine all by itself.

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  5. Oh so sunny and cheerful--I love them!
    Enjoy the lovely weather.

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    1. Thanks, Jen. Think we all may in for more chilly weather!

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  6. Susan,
    Ahhh... colors, flowers, sunshine! I also visited the blog you suggested. What a clever idea to focus on lights. BTW, I suggested to my college roommate, who I knew was interested years ago in writing books for children, your idea. Andy did not think I was crazy for suggesting it... so....maybe she will say yes. I will let you know.

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    1. It was a lovely combination after several very dreary days! I think Alex would be the perfect narrator of his antics on the farm. Hope your friend is interested. Keep me posted! Fingers crossed!

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  7. This vase is so lovely and your bouquet as well.The white color reflects the light and your flowers become so bright!

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  8. Nice little vase of flowers, hope the frost stays away from you

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    1. Oh, I think the frost will find us again this week! Thanks for the visit!

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  9. Nothing like a wee bouquet of flowers in sunlight to brighten your day! Thanks so much for visiting Susan - looking forward to getting to know you. Have a great week!

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Your visit is appreciated and thank you for taking the time to comment, too!