Blissful Wednesday

The weather is just perfect these days and my life seems to be steering into more peaceful and blissful waters again. I very much prefer ease and flow in my life, when it’s entirely up to me where I’m going to go and what I’m going to do next.

For a few day I’ve been waiting for my new Cinco De Mayo rose bud to open – and it finally happened this morning – and made my day. This new rose is not only breathtakingly beautiful, but also smells great – a little more sweet than my tea rose. I couldn’t help myself but snap another shot… 🙂


First Cinco De Mayo rose blossom

First Cinco De Mayo rose blossom


When my son and I went to feed Linda’s miniature goats and golden retriever this morning, I managed to take a picture of how Shilo greets Erik every time we get there. What a great dog she is! It’s hard to believe that she was once a stray dog that Linda rescued from the woods around this area.


Shilo and Erik

Shilo and Erik


Life is So beautiful and I love every moment of it!!

I’m already looking forward to our barbecue dinner tonight. It was Erik’s idea and since it’s his time off I make sure we spend even more quality time together than usually. Every idea of his is more than welcome in my world.

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Most of all Daria enjoys creating, designing, taking photos of, writing about and sharing all the beautiful, cheerful things and moments. She finds them everywhere she goes. And tons of fun people, too!

Erik Perse - March 16, 2011

Great Post. Thanks for sharing. 😀

Catherine Feil - March 16, 2011

Nice. My dad was self taught and grew the most beautiful roses. He had 55 but not tea roses. I hope to remember to bring a picture of them to you.

    Dick Leshko - March 19, 2011

    Greetings Catherine,

    Are you teaching “Line Dancing” classes? If so, what are the particulars?

    Georganne & Dick Leshko

      Daria - March 21, 2011

      Hello Georganne & Dick Leshko,

      Line dancing classes with Catherine are over for now, sorry! There is a slight chance that another line dancing teacher might have her classes at the Spring Hill Hall on County Line Road and if that happens, I’ll let you know.

Marilyn Lowry - March 16, 2011

Hi Daria,
So glad life is good for you. Didn’t know you had a few bumps before. I’m happy all is well now. It’s nice that spring is coming. Some of our northern neighbors are still having what I would call wintertime. Enjoy your son. Wonderful pictures! Hugs…Marilyn

Doroteja Perse - March 17, 2011

Happy to see your flowers survived the winter and are now in beautiful bloom. 🙂 And it’s good to hear things are better again. Thanks for sharing!

Ernest - March 17, 2011

Lovely article, neat website design, maintain the great work

Emm - March 17, 2011

Barbeques already? How lovely it must be to live somewhere where the sun shines all year round! I love roses and that rose looks lovely.

Cindee - March 17, 2011

Hi Daria,
Great post and beautiful flower. I will be waiting to see my flower in your next posting. It was great seeing you again. Keep up that sunshine girlfriend… 🙂

Karla - March 19, 2011

I think it’s wonderful that you are blogging about things that make you feel good. The world needs people out there spreading positive energy!

I love the pictures. I didn’t know you had a son…and his friend, Shilo, is beautiful. So are the flowers.

Being in Western New York, I saw my first flowers this spring last week…I have some lovely yellow and purple crocuses in my back yard. I keep an eye out for them every year. They’re back!!! Have a beautiful spring Daria!

Ruth Read - March 19, 2011

I love the photos. That rose is very touching and perfect. So are your son and his dog! very nice !

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kayth - July 14, 2011

your floer is lovely I also got sme of those but Im not sure if it was called cinco de mayo, it was orange in color like a small rose 🙂

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