I’ve never done anything but dream. This, and this alone, has been the meaning of my life. My only real concern has been my inner life. FERNANDO PESSOA

Monday, 6 April 2015

Awake

I awake from a two-week purgatory of cold viruses and tooth infections to find springtime in the garden.

Tulip.

Quince.

Grape hyancinth and pansy.

9 comments:

Amanda Summer said...

Sorry to hear you've been under the weather, Robert. How nice to have these glorious blooms around while recuperating.

The Weaver of Grass said...

The quince is one of my favourite clmibers Robert - slow growing but very beautiful. Sorry you have been under the weather.

George said...

Welcome back to the land of the living, Robert. Sorry to hear about your bout with various maladies, but glad to see your on the mend. Spring, of course, is a great healer.

am said...

Good to know you have your health back again. I was wondering if you had gone out walking. My flowering quince has finished blooming. It's a treat to see yours! You and Carmen have a lovely garden.

Vagabonde said...

Ces fleurs chantent le printemps. Bon rétablissement !

Ruth said...

Nary a complaint, and now color, growth and beauty. Sounds about like you. So glad you are on the upswing, and it's spring!

Gail said...

Beautiful pictures of Springs hope and promise. So sorry to hear of your ills - sending prayers and healing thoughts to you
Love Gail
peace....

Nick said...

A tooth infection is NOT, I think, a good prelude to Spring. I trust it's all well behind you now.

The Solitary Walker said...

Many thanks for all these good wishes!