Tuesday, June 3, 2014

la marguerite


Another gift from the town of Amboise.

18 comments:

  1. I guess there's nothing as sweet as a fresh daisy...except perhaps a rose. Nice photo!

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    1. I just sent you some roses (via today's post!).

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  2. Very pretty and a funny coincidencr. Every tuesday kindergarden kids are coming to our rehab unit to bring some joy in our dull days. We are all waitung quite eagerly to see them and you can believe or not but today they brought bunches of "margeruites" picked up from the meadow in front of the hospital. Little things that made us all happy over here.In my unit we are 8 seriously injured persons from 12 to 43 years and some people do not have family who can come to visit them. So I am the happy one even if ....
    Thanks for your always nice words, it helps.Bonne soirée .
    Tess

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    1. What a cool thing for the kids to do. Never too young to learn about selfless behaviors. And this is indeed quite the coincidence. Fortunately, you can't have too many marguerites !

      Yesterday was a bit busy so today I'm catching up on all my blogging "duties". And if someone brings you roses today, I'm going to be shocked! (Not that you don't deserve them.) Bonne journée !

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  3. Il m'aime, il ne m'aime pas. Il m'aime, il ne m'aime pas... Effeuiller une marguerite, that's something I haven't done in donkey's years! Lovely photo!

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    1. OK, I know the former allusion (in fact almost used it for the title), but "donkey's years" ?! That's a new one to me ! Where I grew up in the South of the US, one might say "in a coon's age" (that would be a racoon).

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  4. I once knew twins who were named Marguerite and Daisy. I guess their mother really liked the flower!

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    1. It's a good thing she didn't prefer roses, else she would have twins named Rose and Rose.

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  5. Beautiful daisy! I love the light in this shot.

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    1. Yes, the sun was setting and casting a wonderful light.

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  6. How can you not smile when you see an image like this, merci bien Stuart.

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