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I Almost Thought Spring was Here

Ginger Jar and Tazettas,  Oil on 4"x6" Linen Panel
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I was thrilled to see my tiny fig trees showing signs of spring with their lovely little, ruffled leaves. My roses are also showing off their red and green leaves, along with the lily of the valleys, which I've waiting anxiously to paint. However, Madam Winter is not yet done with us. It will be freezing tomorrow-very rare for Oklahoma at the time of the year. Maybe this means that it will make us love those hot summer days even more. I hope that where ever you are, the weather is fabulous!

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  1. We're right there with you-- it's freezing here, too. And snowing. Incredibly annoying.

    Your lovely painting is a welcome burst of spring! Very pretty.

    Keri

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  2. Keri,
    I had to run out in the rain to pick these tazettas befre the freeze came. Today we even had snow flakes--extremely rare for Oklahoma in mid April--absolutely crazy. However, it is Oklahoma and our slogan here is "if you don't like the weather, just wait five minutes." Thank you so much for your lovely visit. :)

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  3. Hello, I am in love with your work! Amazing and so beautiful! I am just wishing I could have a couple of these pictures on my sidebar of my blog! Would you even consider it? I would have your name and link to them! I love the pink flowers with the pewter pitcher! Please let me know if it would be possible!
    Come visit my blog and just see how they would go just marvelously...
    Blessings, Roxy

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    1. Roxy, thank you so much for the lovely message and for the generous offer to show my work on your blog--what an honor! YES, please, whatever photos you would like to share would be fabulous with me. THANK YOU. Kindest regards, Carolina

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  4. Hello Carolina! Your icon is what caught my attention while visiting a friends blog so I just had to click on it :)

    Your work is truly amazing and beautiful! I am a happy new follower and I eagerly look forward to visiting again. Blessings to you!

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    1. Thank you, Stephanie for your comment and your lovely visit. -Carolina.

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