joyeux printemps! – merry springtime!:-)

voici quelques fleurs de l’équinoxe dont le jaune-solaire est prédominant… 🙂 des symboles de renaissance d’une nouvelle vie et d’un nouvel âge, alors que le vieux chêne garde encore ses feuilles sèches… elles ne nous laissent pas tomber et ne nous déçoivent jamais – elles nous accompagnent dans le bonheur et nous soutiennent dans le chagrin… chaque fois que nous sommes heureux, nous en offrons et lorsque nous sommes tristes, nous aimerions qu’on nous en offre – au moins une fleur d’espoir, même si elle est éphémère comme un papillon… 🙂   

c’est la saison de l’AMOUR, aussi, où tout est simplement magique parce que chaque journée est faite de découvertes stimulantes ou passionnantes… tous les matins, notre vie ressemble à une pelote de laine ou de soie, dont nous devons dérouler ou démêler les ficelles… le soir ou la nuit, avant de fermer nos paupières, nous devrions nous rappeler que la joie pourrait être juste une petite fleur et le bonheur une paisible mélodie dans nos rêves… entre-temps, respirons leur parfum en suivant leur douceur et légèreté de vivre! 🙂
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P.S. si mes modestes photos (vous) plaisent, c’est parce qu’elles sont dans la réalité concrète… 🙂

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here are a few flowers of the equinox whose sunny yellow prevails… 🙂 symbols of rebirth of a new life and a new age whilst the old oak tree still keeps its dry leaves… they don’t let us down and they never disappoint us – they stick to us in happiness and they support us in grief… whenever we are happy, we offer them and if we are sad, we’d like others to offer them to us – at least, one flower of hope, even though it’s ephemeral like a butterfly… 🙂  

it’s also the season of LOVE, where everything is magical, since every day is made of thrilling or challenging discoveries… each morning, our life seems to be a silk or a wool hank, whose threads need to be unwrapped or untangled… in the evening or at night, before closing our eyelids, we should recall that joy might be just a tiny flower and happiness a smooth melody within our dreams… meanwhile, let’s breathe their fragrance, following their softness and lightness of living! 🙂
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P.S. if you enjoy my humble pictures, it’s because they do reflect reality… 🙂

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Posted on 21 March 2015, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 48 Comments.

  1. Sorry about the double comment. When I looked for mine after reading more, it wasn’t there, so I wrote another. Then they both showed up!

    • it’s O.K. Eileen, WP is “moody” now and then, so better twice than not at all! 🙂 thanx a bunch of your favourite flowers for your generous comment and have a pleasant weekend!

  2. I’m enjoying your lovely flower collection, particularly the yellow daffodils, which were a sign of hope for me when my youngest son was very ill. I have a post, Sign of Hope, about that. Since we downsized last summer, I planted a few daffodils here at the edge of the woods outside our windows, but they haven’t resurrected yet. I am missing the many I planted at our old house, so now I am enjoying yours. Thanks for your gift of Spring!

  3. I enjoy your flower collection immensely. We downsized to an apartment last summer and I planted a few daffodils in the woods outside our windows, but they haven’t managed to resurrect yet. They are my sign of hope. I have a blog post called Sign of Hope about the role they played in my life when my son was very ill. Thanks for coming by and for sharing your Spring flowers and thoughts with me. I am an ex-Houstonian also.

  4. Isn’t spring such a lovely time? The place comes alive with beautiful pops of color. I love all the beautiful colors of the flowers in your photos.

    Hope you had an amazing weekend!

  5. Mélanie, Thank you for the fragrant and delicious feast for the senses! Such lovely images and words. Merry springtime to you. xoxo

  6. Tu as fait de jolies photos de fleurs… Certaines sont sauvages comme la ficaire, mais tout aussi jolies que les cultivées!

    • merci, Mo! ah, je ne cultive aucune plante(fleur) dans mon jardin, elles renaissent seules, tous les printemps… agréable soirée et une semaine ensoleillée! 🙂

  7. très beau diaporama, bonne journée, Mélanie! ♥

  8. Cu adevărat primăvara este sezonul iubirii, e o sete de viață atât de puternică primăvara și totul pare să concure cu o iubire infinită la această reînviere a naturii (ce se exprimă prin acest anotimp), iar cuvintele și pozele tale oglindesc atât de frumos acest lucru. Mulțumesc, dragă Melanie, sănătate și multe bucurii în toate zilele primăverii!

  9. Lovely springtime images, Mélanie! “The season of love” for sure. Happy Sunday! xxx 🙂

  10. Même si elles sont symboles d’espoir, c’est si facile de sous-estimer des fleurs… à notre propre détriment… merci pour votre rappel doux et beau… Joyeux Printemps!

  11. Not only did I enjoy this, I tried and found I could understand a bit of it before the English translation. Hurray!

  12. Your lovely photos are appreciated right now as the sky is very grey and the river rising! Mélanie, they are lovely!

  13. It is magical to see new life again! Happy images, Melanie and a merry Springtime to you also!

  14. Merci pour ces belles couleurs printanières. Superbes photos, Mélanie.

  15. They aren’t humble, they have the luxury of the spring 🙂

  16. Lovely, Melanie, thank you for the flowers. Leslie

  17. Oh the joy of Spring springing! Perfectly captured – I thank you! 🙂

  18. Wonderful reminders about the joys of love, life and spring! Thanks, Mélanie. 🙂

  19. A flower is a leaf gone mad with love – Goethe. One of my favorite quotes…

  20. Joyeux printemps à toi, très chère, en plus avec ces magnifiques fleurs, il ne pourra qu’être agréable. Biz!

  21. and Joyeux Printemps to You,
    Dear Melanie…

    Always,

    john

  22. You touched my heart strings, which are aching to be entangled, M dear. Have joyous weekend!

  23. C’est la saison de l’amour, je n’étais pas au courant, flûte, je pars avec du retard.

  24. A lovely celebration of the equinox.

  25. Haven’t seen Daffodils for many years now, your Daffodils bring back memories of my time as a stock man on a farm in Tasmania, Australia. A beautiful reminder, Melanie.

  26. yes, the thing between us and spring… it’s getting pretty serious 🙂

  27. beautiful!

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