Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Small Treasures Provide Sweet Remembrances

It's so nice to be remembered.

During this merry month of May, on Mother's Day, hubs placed three gorgeous deep pink roses with baby's breath in a cranberry glass (my fave) vase. 

He left the sweet bouquet on the kitchen table to greet me in the morning.

I like to think the roses symbolize the three people I love so deeply,  namely, hubs, an adult son and an adult daughter
(and now their own families, too, which include their spouses and our sweet grandchildren!)

How could God create anything as amazing and spectacular as a rose?

Its tender and precious design is a stunning and breathtaking mystery.



Chatty Crone said...

I will tell you that your husband knows what you like and loves you. I also wonder how people who see roses or babies can't believe in the most wonderful God in the whole world. He creates these things for us to just look at and enjoy!

diane.stetson said...

My Grandchildren remind me of when my own children were their age and that brings me sweet memories.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

So sweet! I love my children and grandchildren and know I am so blessed. Your cranberry glass is so pretty I always enjoy seeing your collection! Hugs!

Linda O'Connell said...

Your table cloth is so pretty. It doesn't take much to make me happy, and these roses would do it!


Roses are indeed beautiful. Your husband understands what speaks to you. You are lucky for sure.

Red Rose Alley said...

Roses go back for hundreds of years, and they are the most beautiful flower to me. That is such a pretty cranberry vase, Susan, and your three roses look stunning in it. Your table cloth matches perfectly as well.


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