Friday, February 20, 2009

Still feeling, and Smelling the Love

It's been a week since Valentines Day and I'm still enjoying the bouquet my hubby brought home for me!



Truth be told, the flowers are fading fast this week-end



But I made sure to take a few shots to remember then by, and share. Don't you enjoy seeing flowers on blogs lately? I know I do!





He loves me, he loves me not . . .




He loves me








14 comments:

Laura said...

I knew you'd get flowers - and they are so pretty! I have no place to put flowers since I have two climbers who would either eat them or knock them over. Glad I could enjoy yours! Love the colors.

Shellmo said...

Beautiful flower photos! I have spring fever!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

He sure does love you Sharon. Isn't is just THE most wonderful feeling on earth?? :)

Kallen305 said...

Gorgeous flowers! I bet they made your room smell heavenly. Thanks for that lovely color that I miss so much this time of year.

Joppa Road said...

How beautiful does New England look - amazing. Would love to visit one day, although that does mean a trip across the Atlantic which I am not overly keen about! (I am not much of a flower person, but I am sure they are very nice).

hip chick said...

OOh aren't they pretty. And they did last a good long time too!

Jayne said...

Mine are just about to bite the dust too... I should have taken some photos. As beautiful as Stargazer Lilies are, I was glad to finally take their stinky little stem out of the bouquet earlier this week. That is a beautiful arrangement your hubby brought home. :c)

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

Oh so pretty. Mine were pink this year too. I love it when hubbys show their love. You obviously have a keeper. :-)

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

Eve said...

Very Sweet!!

Shannon said...

Those flowers are gorgeous! A lovely reminder that spring will be here in just a few months and we will again have lovely flowers outside, too!
Bring on the snow! I have my snowshoes by the door waiting for a big trek tomorrow! :)
Happy shoveling (or blowing if you're lucky enough to have a snowblower!)

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Your flowers are beautiful! I love roses.
Glenda

SassyDog said...

So very pretty! Our grocery had their roses marked down to $3.99 the day after so I bought a dozen for my daughter and a dozen for me. They are fading too! Spring is just ahead!

Mary said...

Yes, I think we all need flowers for more reasons than Valentine's Day! They're fresh and pretty, Sharon. I can smell them :o)

A New England Life said...

You're right Mary, we do need flowers, especially here in the north where it just won't stop snowing!

Yesterday I ditched everything except the Lily's, which are still going strong. I may buy flowers until Spring just to give me hope! lol!

Sharon