And So It Is

83 thoughts on “And So It Is”

    1. Aw, Gabriela, thank you!! I am feeling SO much emotion that it is connecting to Mother ever so powerfully!! I feel Her SO strongly!! What I saw blew me away! Ditto for what I felt! Sending much love to you!! xo

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    1. Thank you, Krish!! We are alive! All is alive! Celebrate and embrace as these flowers do life!! How glorious ALL is!! Sending you much love and thank you for the compliments! xo

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    1. Thank you, Marina!!! I can just tell by your comment that you felt the emotion these tender beauties displayed. Good for you!! Have a great day today!! xo

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    1. Yes, Rob, signs of life! NO ONE can stop Mother and that, my friend, should be our inspiration as well. The summit has been reached ….. the dark IS being dismantled and we YES are winning! Sending you so much love today!! xo

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  1. These eye-to-ground photos are exquisite and inspiring! When our eyes grow dim and we can’t bend down, kneel or sit on the ground to see this so clearly, pictures like this remind us of the power of resurrection.

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    1. Aw, Mary Jo!! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!! Just from your words I know you felt the emotions straight from what Mother gave to me to share with you. Oh yes there is the theme of resurrection with New Birth in Spring. You are absolutely correct. Sending you so much love and peace today!!! Bless you! xo

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    1. Oh, Kamal. You humble me. Truly. I was just so excited to see this New Growth and when I really looked, I felt the emotions from these flowers. Maybe it’s my own recent pain of loss and all I’ve been through, but the increased depth to both my ability to feel Mother and then to capture what is before my eyes, stuns me. God bless you for your words of kindness and love. Sending you so much love in return. Many blessings!! xo

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      1. You are always welcome dear Amy and life is like that it will show us the goodness and loss too but we have to pull ourselves and rise above with help from God who is our mother and father put together. Take care and stay safe dear 💕💕💕💕

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  2. That’s amazing hon❣️ That color purple is absolutely gorgeous Amy❣️Hope you’re doing okay I haven’t seen anything from you in awhile (Biggest Hugs)xoxo 💖❣️❣️

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    1. Hi, StacyAnn. I’ve been very very busy catching up on cleaning and putting my home in order after taking care of two critically ill babies back to back. When I take care of very sick babies, I put cleaning to the side. I enjoy having a home put to order and clean. This morning my heart led me to write this post and publish it. I just had to show everyone the miracles I am seeing in my gardens. I’m about to capture that color purple with the petals open. Flowers!!! Oh for the joy!!! Much love to you!! xo

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  3. Hi Amy! New growth!! Thank God for Spring!! Nature always shows us the way and provides the steps! Mother always pulls through, even when there is solid ice on the ground. Love nature. You’ll have a lot to look forward to this Spring with those buds popping!! Much love, Donna

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    1. Donna, my friend, please don’t feel obligated to comment here due to our other means of conversation. Yes thank God for Spring!! I am always taken away by these early Spring flowers that look so fragile and tiny yet they are as tough as nails. That ground is frozen and so cold yet every year they push through. I am in awe of them!! I am in love with Mother all the way!!! SMILE!! Let’s see what else I can find as I crawl around on the ground. Tempted to do it today but with Charlie and all and me dreading that cold ground, I opted nope, not today. Sending so much love to you!! xo

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  4. I love that word “triumphant”! Such beautiful photos. I love seeing the first sprouts of spring up close and their rich colors. The clarity with which you capture these moments is dazzling to me. I too have seen plant life popping up among the winter chill. Maybe they do a bit of both singing with joy and creating sounds akin to the pain of breaking ground of entering a new season.

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    1. I love that word triumphant too, Cathy! I really thank you how you compliment me on my photography. I intend to crawl around again today to see what more I can find. I am always in awe when I first see what these early Spring flowers go through in order to reach for the sun. Sending you much love this day!! xo

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  5. I admire the flowers on how they chose to grow even in such harsh weather. They all look beautiful in your pictures, you managed to capture all the best shots. I believe they’ll grow to be the most beautiful flowers.

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  6. And I bet you never packed your ice skates either 🤣 The ducks would have had a ball chasing you across the surface 😂
    Great pictures as usual dear lady, and as you said, new growth always comes as a surprise indeed 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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    1. No ducks on ice. Now that would have been something to see, Mark. LOL I took more pictures today that had me yet again on a cold wet ground but not caring because of what I was seeing. Just wow!!! Sending you much love!! xo

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  7. Nature is so amazing and simply unstoppable! I was similar when I saw the first petals coming up I looked closer and saw so many more. Oh, and what a great song you picked (still a big fan of MJ). I love the powerful Garrett version.

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    1. If you are talking about Michael Jackson I feel the same way. And as for Mother Herself, Erika, I am realizing more and more she is mirroring to us who we are. The emotion I am feeling coming from these tender new shoots embraces my soul and steals my breath! Keep on watching those petals. They have much to impart to you. Sending you so much love!! xo

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      1. I am so with you, Amy! Yesterday, I spontaneously decdide to go for a walk into the forest nearby. Preceiving nature to awaken and seeing so many little peatals and fresh green surfacing in the smalles corners has such a renewing effect on me too. Every year around this time, I am feeling like a little kid seeing this for the first time. I cannot get enough from walking through my garden and seeing more and more flowers appearing. Your post only fueled this feeling, Amy. Much love to you too, dear 💖

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    1. Frank, I just had to prove to my audience what my words were saying are true. Pictures to back up my words more or less. And what I am seeing in my gardens despite me laying on cold and wet ground, is putting awe in my soul!! Those early Spring flowers look so delicate yet they spearhead right through frozen and hard ground. Amazing!!! xo

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  8. My heart joined the joyful dance on the music and the pictures are such glorious beautiful, the sunlight making some of these brave beautiful flowers glow – perfect reminder of all that is waiting to bloom within me and eventually will break through my own frozen exterior as if. I did feel and breathe deeply 🙂

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    1. Oh wow, Prag!!! Bingo!! You’ve got it! Mother is our Mirror! We see ourselves in Her and She will guide us as how to live. I am so excited for you!! When I look at these images, I see my heart pain and the horrendous hardships I’ve had yet I am stronger and better for those experiences. Life is a journey unique to each of us. I cannot tell you how thrilled I am that you breathed and FELT the emotion. Bless you!! Sending you so much love! xo

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      1. I believe you are the only one who understands what I do, Prag. All these years and I’ve waited patiently. I didn’t even understand myself until recently truth be told. I did however, know the Divine radiates through my images. So, putting all this together in a nicely wrapped box, when we look at Mother we are looking at ourselves as uniquely Divine Beings. SMILE!! xo

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  9. Amy, You have posted after a long time. Hope you are well and safe. I would like to think that they certainly sing, not scream when they sprout above the rough soil:)) Lovely pictures, Amy… was especially captivated by the sixth one.

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    1. Friend, my exhaustion level has been at an all time high as I went through the past 5 months dealing with not only critically ill cats and caring for them around the clock, but having to say goodbye to all three when they died. No I haven’t been blogging as I normally do. There are days still I have nothing to give, just managing to get through my day taking care of my other babies. I’m so glad you stopped by to see my very first capture of Spring. I would like to think these tough early Spring flowers shout and sing in victory. Sending you much love!! xo

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  10. I love seeing your crocuses Amy. I always write something on them. Can’t wait for what you take this spring.
    Beautiful post🧡
    Love your avatar too

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    1. My crocuses are opening right now, Jude. They are rapidly growing, to the which I don’t think I’ve ever seen before. More pictures will be coming soon. Thank you both for your compliment on my post and my avatar. Bless you! xo

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