Friday, August 14, 2009

With friendship and love


To all you sweet angels out there who lighten and brighten the lives of those in need of comfort.
I know a number of people locally, at a distance and on-line who have been struggling with serious issues in their lives. I have been greatly impressed by the compassion extended toward them, so to all of you a gift of a rose bud breaking into full beauty.
This is my way of sharing the award that Micki extended to me and some others. Hope you are okay with that Micki and that your current health issue will improve.

8 comments:

Jo Rice said...

Thank you. That's my favorite rose!!
Jo

Karen said...

That's a beautiful picture - thank you!

Shirley said...

My wedding bouquet 54 years ago was made up of roses like the one in your post. I am one of the people who have received the wonderful'friendship and love' from
my friends, online and in person. I am continuing to receive it and I can never express how much it means.

Thanks for posting this beautiful rose. Shirley

Shirley said...

My wedding bouquet 54 years ago was made up of roses like the one in your post. I am one of the people who have received the wonderful'friendship and love' from
my friends, online and in person. I am continuing to receive it and I can never express how much it means.

Thanks for posting this beautiful rose. Shirley

Micki said...

What a lovely Rose, and how sweet of you to extend it to all of your friends! Thanks so much for thinking of me. It is so nice to have our lives touched by so many people as a result of the blogs.
Micki

Patchwork Penguin said...

What a beautiful rose!!! Thank you for sharing. I just found your blog and am adding you to my Google reader list.

My oldest just got back from six weeks in the UK and had the chance to fly to Glasgow and visit her penpal there and at her home in Stonehaven. I think if she could she would relocate Scotland.

Colleen formerly of South Africa said...

A lovely picture.... one of my favorite color roses. I love Tennessee.... we drive up about every other month to see our daughter in Clarksville. I certainly wouldn't mind living there.

Carol said...

Thank you all so much for your lovely comments. Glad you liked the rose.