Wednesday, February 25, 2009

shenzhen in bloom


Renie Burghardt said...

Ah, how lovely they all are!

I can't wait for Spring, and for my flowers to bloom. It has been a loooong winter!

Hugs and blessings,


aurbie said...

Oh, my! Their ain't no flowers in Ontario right now.

However, spring does come in Ontario, and I am sure you will love it. Look fast, though, it does last long!

Danette said...


Loida of the 2L3B's said...

Dearest Ms. RENIE,
Thanks for the comment. I hope your spring comes soon.. Hope you're fine. I'm worrying about you.. God bless..
Care, Loida


Dearest PATTY:
Yeah, That's what I heard.. that's why we're trying to preserve the beauty of spring here in Shenzhen as much as we can.. Thanks my friend..


Thanks a lot that you appreciate the Shenzhen blooms.. Have a nice day my friend..
best regards,

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Isn't it wonderful how flowers can add beauty to even our blogs? :) Just lovely. I had to take some pics of the flowers bordering my front porch lately.
I have to say planting them and having them turn out so lovely was a total accident. I had no clue what they would look like fully grown..but I certainly want more.
Your pictures are beautiful.
a big smile and hug for you..
Mona :)

The Pink Birdhouse said...

What gorgous flowers, Loida. They look just like some of the ones painted on my beloved kimono silks! And yes, I have seen "Memoirs of a Geisha", it is one of my favorite movies simply for the gorgous wonderful costumes in it!! :-) I some times put the movie on "pause" for a moment just to look more fully at the lovely details in the kimonos. I know, I am such a nut!! :-)

Loida of the 2L3B's said...

dearest MONA:
thanks that you appreciated the shenzhen bloom i took around our village. flowers really make any places beautiful. i saw your flower bed with small pink flowers. it's so lovely..! spring realy brings the best of the earth.


my dearest DEBBY:

Thanks. Yes I can see that your works are really fantastic. If you will browse on my lay out, you'll see that you're one of my best Etsy spot in my Favourite Links.

"Memoires of Geisha" not only good in films but really much more interesting when you read it. It will give you the detailed description of the Kimono they wore and how they treasured it. Even the colorful Obi and the thread they used was distinctly detailed as if the reader was really touching the actual materials. I guess that book is really for you.

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