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Adrienne’s Six Word Friday

Beautiful magnolia, in bloom, almost gone
I adore, yet almost missed them
Until next year, remembering their beauty

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And now for the Friday Four Fill ins ~ here is from Hilary’s blog:

Okay, you know the deal – Each week, I list four statements with a blank for you to fill in on your own blogs. If you want to join the fun and come up with four fill in’s of your own, please email them to me  . If I use them, I will add you as co-host to the hop! This week’s co-host is  Beth Ann from It’s just life She came up with the last statement I REALLY NEED STATEMENTS!

This week’s statements:

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1)  I don’t listen much to music anymore except when I’m cooking

2)  I can’t stand when I don’t get done what I set out to do

3) I used to go to bed late and get up early but now I go to bed early and get up late 🙁

4) I If I could I would do walk/bike in nature all day to take photos


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28 thoughts on “Magnolia”

  1. I love magnolia, but it seems like just as I realize they are blooming, the petals are already dropping. Falling blossom makes me happy (nature’s confetti) and sad (the flowers are dying). Until next year, absolutely.

  2. I love the scent of Magnolias. In the South, we cut them and float them water filled bowls. The scent will fill the room! And I agree with statement #4. Of course for me you have to change the venue from nature to…. well you know! 🙂

  3. I am blasting music right now — some Maroon 5 – because Adam Levine, of course.
    I take advantage of no one being in the house and let the tunes reign down on me. otherwise it’s Frozen and Disney All The Hours. 🙂

    I’m still a night owl, but I have to get up early to get the kids off to school. but some days (today), I can go back to bed for a little nap. But I try to keep it to an hour or so…. not all day. Too many photographs waiting to be captured. LOVE the magnolias — so wish I could grow them here.

  4. Hi Claudia,
    Oh, I miss magnolias, and mimosas, and lilacs. All dear and familiar scents of childhood, and hardly ever seen where I live now. Oh well! At least I can breath in Miss Josephine’s warm, musky little cat scent any time I want!

    • Really, there are none around there? How strange. Then again, I miss lilacs, haven’t seen very many here (in previous years) and I love the scent of those! Of course, it cannot compare to your little one’s scent 😉


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