Welcome Spring– A fresh start with a bit of a fresh look for DipityRoad.(I will still be tweaking my blog a bit for the next while) but I wanted to get “back in the game” after finishing up the crazy madness around designing homes for new home builders. (the April 30Th deadline for the government $8,000 tax incentive.)
I have always loved visiting some of my favorite blogs that have accompanying music.
To the Right of all my posts will be the Music Box– If the song doesnt suit you… TURN IT OFF –>
Having to dig through someones entire blog to find their player has always been a crazy pet peeve of mine. So– listen or not to listen — YOUR CHOICE — easy to find.
Song Choice for today: Gabriel’s Oboe Yo-Yo Ma
Returning to, what is becoming a yearly adventure, Thanksgiving Point’s Tulip Festival; I once again found myself strolling along pathways of tulips, daffodils and pansies that touch my soul. In their messages of rebirth and beauty I can not help but wonder, who could walk amongst them without painting a picture, writing a poem or composing a song? (at least in their heart)
Only as high as I reach can I grow
Only as far as I seek can I go
Only as deep as I look can I see
Only as much as I dream can I be
I will be participating with Beverly and all my friends for Pink Saturday!
Please stop by some of their lovely spots and see what they are celebrating today.
On Monday it’s time to visit Mary at Little Red House — her work is stunning and so are all your participants.
Also, Susan at Between Naps on the porch has always got major things hopping over there.
Thanks so much for stopping by– I would love a comment– and By the way… what are your pet peeves in BLOG LAND??
TTFN~~ Claudia ♥ ♥
Since January 1st 2010 -- I have been celebrating finding Beauty in our every day lives. Stay in the Day... be in the moment. Don't wait to live your life.
Stop and make a habit to find the Beauty and you will be amazed at how Beautiful your life is. Be thankful and remember:
"When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." Dyer