El Niño Winter And Arizona Spring — Flowers

I’ll put one photo of a yard at my house, then send you off to my flower and landscape blog (saves this blogs space)  Hope you like flowers.  It is believed that this year El Niño winter brought extra rain to our part of the world.  This helped to bring out the seeds that have gone native here for years now, bringing an unprecidented flower display. Now if La Niña brings more summer rain this monsoon season, another crop of flowers will rain up.

Rain On

Spring Flowers Of Late May In Arizona

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I’ve Gone Theme Crazy

I apologize to all of you who drop by and may wonder what is going on.  I’m gradually getting back to blogging more, but for now I’m trying out new themes at WordPress and not finishing what I have started.  Seems one often must redo widgets, backgrounds, uploads etc.

I’ve found that changing to some themes suddenly places an old post up front for no known reason.  Probably is a reason that I am just unawares of, but the automatic pilot is not me?

Anyways

Here are some photo’s for Mothers Day.  My mother may have died some 47 years ago, but I know there are many fine other mothers who can take these photo’s as just for them.

Day before Mothers Day photo’s

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March Of The Blossom

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The other march madness?

To care for nature is to love Creation.  Love; interrelation and connection passion, becomes the central ethos.

To consider nature essentially a threat, is to choose cosmological and spiritual defensiveness, or a reactionary mind.  This empowers the loving God/terrorist God paradox, or else possibly a less bothersome existential solipsism, where one mostly focuses on keeping oneself happy and satisfied.  OK, for some sad and miserable.

The choise remains; open or closed.

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