Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas

Look at what a wonderful gift I have received for Christmas.  A sweet little bloom from the Narcissus I potted up not long ago.  This sweet little flower is like a beacon of hope during these long days of winter.  It reminds me that it won't be so terribly long until we are getting into the garden to see what else might be showing some signs of life.

It also reminds me of the pure love that we are celebrating the next few days. I hope all your wishes are granted and no matter how convoluted the season seems it is full of love for you.  Merry Christmas.       

11 comments:

shirl said...

Hi there Lisa, ah now… that really is a perfect bloom. Quite beautiful too :-D

Just wanted to stop by and wish you a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2010 to you and yours :-D

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

Lovely! Merry Christmas to you, Lisa!

jodi (bloomingwriter) said...

Happy Christmas, Lisa! That's a lovely plant, and will get even more lovely in the coming days.

Robin's Nesting Place said...

That is beautiful! Merry Christmas, Lisa!

Gail said...

Happiest of Christmases to you Lisa...May the holiday bloom and bloom for you! gail

Marvin said...

Beautiful, Lisa. Hoping you and yours have a great Christmas.

Jayne said...

Merry, merry Christmas Lisa! What a lovely gift to see that bloom.

Dee/reddirtramblings said...

Merry Christmas Lisa. I'm still waiting for my amaryllis, but they are beautiful buds.~~Dee

cyndy said...

Merry Christmas to you Lisa!

Thanks for all the lovely buds and blossoms ~ birds and beauty that you share!

Kylee from Our Little Acre said...

A very merry Christmas to you and your family, Lisa! I hope Santa was good to you! I wish you blessings for the year to come.

I'm so glad to have been able to meet you this year and see you again a short time later. Thank you for being such a faithful reader of Our Little Acre. You deserve some sort of special award for all the wonderful comments you leave. I just love them! *hugs*

yoon see said...

Yes, this pure whitey is sure a beacon. I am happy to witness your joy and gratitude here Lisa!