Saturday, February 14, 2009

my kitchen this morning...

Happy Valentine's day...................

25 comments:

cityfarmer said...

Now this is a SIGHT to behold...


have a cozy day filled with LOVE

Heidi said...

Happy Valentine's Day dear Gail. May you see many things you love all around you today!

Hugs ~
Heidi

Sandy Toes said...

I was at a store and saw tulips...I love them!
-sandy toe
Your sunshine is perfect.

Heidi said...

Happy belated birthday to you too Gail! I just read your comment on my blog. How fun that our birthdays are so close together. I agree that age is nothing. I loved my brother's solution to just drop the first digit. We all three (2 brothers and me) still feel like kids anyway. :)

Hugs ~
Heidi

Chrissy said...

Simple , serene... just plain perfect!!! Chrissy

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Happy Valentine's Day..
hugs ~lynne~

bfs ~ "Mimi" said...

How lovely! Definite eye candy!! Hope that you had a grand day!

Utah Grammie said...

Looks like a photo from a magazine - beautiful. And yes, I did the "morph" thing..and no I didn't like it - it matched me to Rupert Murdock! So I tried it again - this time, better, Porche de Rossi - but couldn't get that Rupert Murdock out of my head..so THANKS..lol

Jules from "The Roost" said...

Love the tulips! :)

Monica said...

Very pretty!

Magnolia Street Style said...

What a beautiful morning sunbeam. I hope you had a glorious day with all of your valentines, big and little. Did you realize that you have tulips in 3 recent posts? I did. And your flowers are making me get anxious for Spring.
Take care.

Felicia said...

Beautiful :)

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