Sunday, August 24, 2014

SUNDAY: Good Morning, Glory

"The Morning Glories and Sunflowers turn naturally toward the light,
but we have to be taught, it seems."
 

"GOOD MORNING, GLORY!"
Those are the words I heard every morning during my Senior year in high school. . .Our school principal never missed a day saying them to me. .  .as I started my work in his office during first period classes. . .
 
Those three words made me smile. . .but they did more than that. . .
They brought LIGHT and JOY to my entire day.
If my principal thought I was 'glorious'  maybe I could light up someone else's day, too.
 
Three simple words.
 
 
 
 
HAVE A GLORIOUS SUNDAY!
 
Watch for NEW POSTS this week!
 
 


9 comments:

Deb said...

I adore morning glories. Thanks for sharing. Deb

Florida Farm Girl said...

I've discovered that I have a morning glory exactly like that one growing at the back of the daylily planter. Gonna love it and leave it right there.

Endah Murniyati said...

The blue color is so striking, so beautiful!

debi rosin said...

I have a love hate relationship with Morning Glories. Last year I planted a WHOLE package of seeds in a small area to climb the fence. . . well climb they did. . . up the gutter, behind the siding, across the gate. . . this year I was NOT planting seeds. . . I had 2, yes 2 tiny volunteer seedlings from last years fiasco. . . I decided to leave them be (How much harm can 2 seedlings do) well I found out. . . they are even consuming my wicker chair that is about 5 ft away from the bed they are growing in. . . they sure are pretty and I do love them (did I really say that?)

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful photos. I have the same coloured morning glories this year and they are performing well.

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Your morning glories are beautiful! Thanks for sharing as the Heavenly Blue morning glories I planted turned out to be pale purple. Darn!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

That made me smile too :)

Heide at ApronHistory said...

Your photos make me miss Morning Glories. We use to have them along a fence, but like another comment said, they can out out of control. I will have to think of a good place to plant them again, someplace I can keep an eye on them!

Pam said...

How beautiful! I love the color!
Hugs,
Pam
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