Bluebells for Smiling Sally

Just a little blue for our Blue Monday hostess with the mostess, Smiling Sally – on the mend and returning to us soon, we hope!

Enjoy this Blue-Bell feast for the eyes!

The Lord bless you and keep you
The Lord make His face to shine upon you
And be gracious unto 
From this day forth and forevermore . . .


 

Comments

  1. Hello, Miss Kathy~ oh, wow! This is just beautiful. I can picture the elves from Rivendale riding white horses through this glen. :)

  2. Beautiful picture! Nothing but the best creation from the Lord =D

    http://www.journeyofawoman.wordpress.com

  3. One of my favorite memories of England…walking through bluebell woods. They are absolutely breathtaking! Thanks so much for posting & stirring the memories!
    Ruth

  4. WOW! Feast for the eyes, Indeed. Thank you for stopping by and your sweet comment.
    Have a lovely week!
    Hugs ~Wendy

  5. at my daughters school they say a version of this at the end of each day…how lovely

  6. Hi Miss Kathy,
    Your picture is beautiful and so inspiring. I would love to walk right into this scene.
    May the Lord Bless You and Keep You!
    Well wishes to Miss Sally too.

    Have to say I adore your blog banner too.
    Very unique my dear!
    Blessing and hugs from a very HOT Texas,
    Celestina Marie

  7. That is absolutely enchanting! It makes me wish I could meander down that little path that’s weaving through them.

  8. Takes the breath away!
    How beautiful!
    bless you..Trish

  9. Lovely indeed. Thanks for your kind comments about my tooth:) I am so enjoying our new found friendship!

    Leann

  10. WOW .. breath taking !!! thanking for visiting and your sweet words. Wishing you blessed week ..xo HHL

  11. If only I could step into that photo and just linger awhile. I’m positive there is healing for body and soul in such beauty. Thank you for sharing it!

    Blessings, Debbie

  12. Good day, Kathryn. Making my rounds today, and I hope something creatively joyful makes its presence known to you today.

    Ta-ta for now,
    Marianne

    P.S. Happy sesquicentennial to your hometown – sounds like an amazing book. By the way, I grew up in West Orange, New Jersey, and here in Texas I miss the seasons soooo much.

  13. Such a lovely picture, Kathryn! It sets the mind to imagining. So happy to have found you through Lady Estelle’s V/E Tea Lover’s Corner. I am your newest follower. I hope you will come by my blog for a visit. So nice to have found another lover of the Victorian era!
    Blessings,
    Sue(Lady Suzanne)

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