Wednesday, April 6, 2011

God is great, God is good, let us thank God for our....

Cherry Blossoms in Druid Hill Park.

Grey clouds.

Park benches.

Pavilions and leafless tree silouettes.

Running paths.

Water from the reservoir.

The calls of red winged black birds.

Thank you God for the light.

Old fences.

Thank You for my sight.

 Weeping cherry blossom trees blowing in the wind.

The seasons. 

Branches to climb and birds to nest.

For sunsets in Stone Hill.

Great neighbors!

Unkempt forsythia.

The light bouncing off of the stone houses.

God bless the tulip trees.

For tulip trees growing right next to weeping cherries.

For picket fence dreams coming true.

For my camera, Lord I am truly thankful.

For the sunlight steaming through pink petals.

For ornamental plum trees.

And more great neighbors!!!

For artifacts left in our yard.


Hostas growing two inches a day.

Stone Houses.

Potted hydrangeas.

Creeping hydrangeas.

Sunsets over the Mill.


For the future location of a porch swing that will hang from this big limb.

I had a wonderful Tranquil Tuesday yesterday. Feeling blessed to be so busy and was able to take a break at the end of the day. Wishing you all a great week. I'm off for a few days of events and a little travel. What are you thankful for?


Anonymous said...

Nelle, What a lovely post and beautifuli pictures. Thank you. Did you catch the Washington Post yesterday about coffee guru in Balto? In Hampden I believe. Best, Julie in Alexandria

webtrish said...

Beautiful photos! Reminds me why the allergy surge I'm having right now is worth it. I live on the edge of the park and will make sure I check it out this weekend to see what's blooming.

Ella said...

I'm grateful of having you as my blogfriend so I can enjoy your marvelous photos of spring one month earlier than I will experience here.

Have a nice trip!

Anonymous said...

The cherry trees in Druid Hill make my day as I come and go to the Mondawmin Metro every day. DC has nothing on us (and we have a lot less traffic). Thank you for all those gorgeous pictures of my weeping cherry!

Oreo's Mom

WendyCinDC said...

Thankful for such a thoughtful friend in my life who has a way with words, pictures, food, flowers,and heart.