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The Daffodil Month

March 2, 2014
   It’s spring once again, although at the moment it’s only the calendar that says so. The days are getting longer and warmer and the fact that we’ve reached March seems to be enough to put smile on one’s face.
   I’m looking forward to getting up earlier, walking on the beach, gardening, reading new books… By the way, at the moment I’m reading a wise book that says that we need to be sure that something will happen and imagine it really well; what matters is intention, not just an unsure wish. This technique can help us to achieve anything we want! It’s definitely worth trying.
   That’s why this month I WILL:
Finish the unfinished (there’s the February Photo-A-Day project for starters…).
Get ready for summer (the beginning of colourful summer garden always lays in little pots on windowsills in early spring).
Make things (quite a lot hides here…).
   Before you download this month’s desktop image, think and maybe even write down what you WILL accomplish in March. Remember – anything is possible.
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(Please click on the image to see its full version, then right click and choose the “save  picture as…” option to download it onto your computer.)
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3 Comments leave one →
  1. March 2, 2014 9:05 pm

    Beautiful daffodils! Can’t grow them where I am and sometimes I’m lucky enough to find some potted in the grocery store. Spring is a great time to get things done! 🙂

  2. March 17, 2014 1:16 am

    Wonderful picture! I have a couple daffodils coming through the soil despite the cold weather. Very nice…and hopeful to see!

    • March 17, 2014 6:57 am

      Thank you for your lovely comment! I bet your daffodils look good in your awakening garden. I love that they are so bright and cheerful. K.

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