The earth ♥LOVES in flowers…..

by susiesheartpathblog on September 25, 2011

DAILY LOVE TIP – Sunday September 25, 2011

Gem and Sophie took me out on a walk with them today and it was so beautiful I wanted to share it with you. Today was one of those absolutely splendid Spring days here at Warm Fuzzy Hill. I've actually been walking around the garden thinking it is almost unbelievable how stunningly delightful it is......have a look...

The earth ♥LOVES in flowers.....

  

I was thinking of Ralph Waldo Emerson's quote ~ "The earth laughs in flowers"♥ and came up with a new version - The earth ♥LOVES in flowers..... it feels more descriptive to me.....

 

peek a boo! - see if you can spot us says ♥Gem & ♥Sophie

Doesn't it just make your cells dance in delight and aliveness♥ SARK has a wonderful exercise she suggests we do regularly which is called TAKE A  MIRACLE WALK and walking out on the earth today is like finding miracles everywhere......

Gem and Sophie think it is pretty cool that they can hide in the gigantic parsely plant - what ABUNDANCE  hey♥

Question for you: are you taking precious time to spend out in nature, just being on the earth♥ What do you notice happens in you when you take 'the time to smell the roses' or just to be out in the flowers/plants♥ Share about this with a friend....

........and here's a picture from 'the bush'. Western Australia is well known for our beautiful and unique wildflowers and plants... this is the amazing native grass tree or black boy as it is often more commonly known with a wild creeper growing over it which is probably one called 'running postman'...........

Todays’ Addition to Shelton’s (and my) list of ♥favourite things is……the Earth here at Warm Fuzzy Hill. We are so blessed and grateful to have a Home here in such a special place and it is wonderful for me how much at home Shelton feels here.

delightedly and with full aliveness, much gratitude and LOVE Susie

"If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly our whole life would change" ~ Buddha

"Smile, it is the key that fits the lock of everybody's heart" ~ Anthony J D'Angelo

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Catriona Lightfoot says:

Been thinking alot about how your garden has impacted me – I see it as truly beautiful. When I was really little about 3 or 4yrs old we had these little daisies that grew in the lawn in my back yard if dad didn’t mow their heads off. My mum used to make daisy chains with my sister and I as we sat on the lawn and enjoyed the Melbourne spring sunshine and we would stick daisies in our hair. Years later my brother-in-law got married and my Maddy was the flower girl at all of 19 months old – the pre wedding photos were taken in the brides family garden where her mum had planted all different types of bulbs through the lawn that had been there for many years, and for the wedding they were emerging from the spring lawn. I thought it was so beautiful. We do not get that here in Qld but in October I really enjoy the blooming of the jacarandas – the whole of Brisbane seems to be covered in purple xx

Catriona♥, I love how you have let your mind wander thinking about our garden and have come up with this great memory……and shared some beautiful images of you as a little girl …..and of your beautiful Maddy……….And lawns that have bulbs come up in them reminds me of another story…..I’ll share it another time!!….and Yes to beautiful purple jacaranda tree lined streets……and Yes a visit in Spring would be wonderful… Love to all, Susie♥

Catriona Lightfoot says:

wow Susie your garden is beautiful – you and Shelton are blessed – when I come visit one day I hope it is in spring so I can experience such beauty for real xx

judith Bull says:

I love your block, Gracie and I spent a lot of time exploring on our last visit. I love the Hills in springtime particularly the John Forrest or Kalamunda National Parks.

Thanks Judith♥…..We are so lucky with all these special places close by……I’ve gone on many walks through John Forrest and the Kalamunda National Parks over the years…… You know I think one of the wonderful reasons to have a dog – especially one like Gracie – is they encourage people to go exploring… Love, Susie♥

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