Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Alphabe Thursday.


Last week I sent in my D words for ms Jenny's class. I forgot because of Thanksgiving there was no class. I looked for another D word  for this week is and I found Daffodil..
Seeing Daffodils makes me long for spring. Don't you want spring?

   
     If you want to see my post from last week just scroll down a bit.

http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com/. This is the,link for more Alphabe Thursday posts.

Have a nice week.
Riet





27 comments:

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Oh, wat een zonnige foto op deze donkere avond. Ik geniet!
Morgen is het alweer 1 december, de laatste maand van 2011.
Fijne avond lieve Riet x

Home and Lifestyle said...

Het voorjaar en de zomer zijn mijn favoriete seizoenen, dus laat maar komen Riet. Toch hoop ik eerst te genieten van een heerlijke decembermaand!

Lieve groet, Ingrid

FotoAnna said...

Even de winter door Riet en dan is het weer zover... ;-))
Maar het is een heerlijke foto waar ik graag naar kijk... dan kan ik ze ook bijna ruiken... heerlijk!
Lieve groetjes van Anna :-))

afanja said...

Ik heb de laatste dagen het gevoel dat het al lente is ...
Maar nee, we zullen toch echt nog even de winter door moeten. Als het maar een echte winter wordt, dan vind ik het prima. Alles beter dan een kwakkelwinter.

La Maison en Wonderboom said...

Oei, ik kan niet wachten. Wat een weelde.

Lieve groet
Hermine

Anita said...

Oh ruik ik hier het voorjaar Riet (zucht)
Laat maar komen !!!!!
Toch eerst maar kerst vieren maar daarna ...
Kannie wachten hoor hihi
Groetjezz lfs mij

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Daffodils are my favorite and one of the few things I can grow up here because the deer don't eat them!

Spring is so far away that I don't even dare think about how long it will be...

EG Wow said...

I do love daffodils! Spring beautiful spring.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I love it when these appear in the spring.

Barbara F. said...

I love daffodils, and your photos are so lovely. Making me think of spring! And it is so close to Christmas!! xo

Jenny said...

Beautiful! Beautiful! Shall I re-link this post to the letter "D" for you?

Karen S. said...

So funny, I was in such a busy mode that I read Miss Jenny's post wrong too, I knew we weren't doing D until now, but I thought she was giving us a break and called off school althougher...guess I missed class last week...I just love the photos, very stunning, nice D! Post!

Dianne said...

Beautiful colours Riet - I can smell their pretty fragrance from here.

Teresa said...

Daffodils are my favorite flower! I am so glad you posted them this week, even though it makes me long for spring.

Vicki/Jake said...

I visited last week and thought it was a pretty good D post anyway! I planted some Pink and White Daffodils bulbs last month. I'll have to wait till spring to see if they'll come up here in the desert:)

anitamombanita said...

Daffodils always make me happy...such smiley little faces!

Annesphamily said...

I love daffodils! I love them because they make me smile! You always have such lovely posts and your photos are breathtakingly beautiful! I truly enjoyed your post for Alphabe Thursday last week too. Thanks for sharing. Hugs Anne

Stef said...

Those are beautiful! But I must say I am not quite ready for Spring yet. I need a little snow...at least until Christmas.

Ranu said...

Daffodils always remind me of wordsworth.... lovely pic!!!

Maggie said...

On a grey, windy and wet day in Normandy here comes a breath of spring - dancing daffodils!
Merci!

Riet said...

Wat een prachtige foto,s weer Riet.

Liefs Riet.

Mary said...

Beautiful daffodils~ the harbinger of spring...*sigh* :)

Lola said...

Hi again,

Love the daffodils – so apt for 'D'!

And thanks too for stopping by.

Have a great weekend & look forward to *seeing* you again soon.

ladyfi said...

What a lovely splash of colour!

Sue said...

I do LOVE daffodils!

=)

My post today: Divine Nature

Stacia said...

Yes, spring! Sigh. At least we have photos, right??

taylorsoutback said...

Here in Northern Wisconsin, it will be many months before daffodils reappear...I do love them so! I can visit your beautiful photos until then...can't imagine what spring must be like in your country with everything in bloom...