Saturday, March 31, 2012

~ Texas Bluebonnets ~


‎"Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful. They are sunshine, food and medicine to the soul." 
~ Luther Burbank


   Don't you wish you lived in TEXAS?  ;-)


21 comments:

  1. Pat, I love these flowers!! Do they grow anywhere else, I wonder? xo

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  2. They do make me happy I live in Texas, I am on my way today to Round Top!!
    I really enjoy your blog. Dottie

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  3. Those Bluebonnets are so beautiful! Wish that they grew here. Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend, cher!

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  4. Hi Pat,

    Wow! I moving to Texas:) The flowers are gorgeous!

    Dee

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  5. Oh how gorgeous! Couldn't you just run through those flowers singing "The Sound of Music" or something? LOL

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  6. The one thing I've missed about living in Texas were the road ways everywhere covered in Wild Flowers.. no mowing allowed until the buds were gone... (thank you Lady Bird) The Bluebonnet is the one that stood out for me.
    Nice shots..
    Sandy

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  7. I love your pictures! I'm in Texas, West Texas. We don't have the beautiful bluebonnets out here. I wish we did! Enjoy!

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  8. I've always wanted to visit Texas in the spring just to see the bluebonnets! So pretty!

    XO,
    Jane

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  9. Someday I want to see those for myself! Gorgeous, Pat!

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  10. I live in Texas, but don't have many Bluebonnets growing around our area. We took a road trip last week to see the wildflowers. I love seeing the Bluebonnets!

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  11. These are beautiful fields of flowers!

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  12. Oh my gosh Pat, those are beautiful bluebonnets! I saw those when I was a little girl and traveled there with my family... I miss visiting there... I have Lady Bird Johnson's beautiful book "Wildflowers Across America"... what an inspiring Texas lady she was!... xoxo Julie Marie

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  13. They are exceptionally pretty this year!!
    Makes me glad I live here!!

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  14. Oh- It makes me want to lie down and roll-except then people really WOULD talk! xo Diana

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  15. So beautiful. I adore any blue flowers.
    Lisa

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  16. The bluebonnets are so beautiful. I would love to see them. My daughter (now in Arkansas) says the bluebonnets are high on her list of "things I miss about Texas" (believe me her list is long and continues to grow/ha)
    I emailed you recently but I must have the old address. Mine is tempstarman@yahoo.com.
    I've been MIA from blogging for too long. Trying to catch up! Have a great day.

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  17. Wow!! Absolutely stunning. I love bluebells. I also love Texas. I have quiet a bit of family in Texas . I think Austin is really pretty. Have a great tomorrow .

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  18. That is the most bluebonnets I have ever seen in one place!

    And I live here in Texas!

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  19. Gorgeous picture, I thought it was a lavender field!

    Carol

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  20. Are you ok? Weather just looks so scary! Hope you are safe!

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