March 10, 2013

ten on ten: march 2013.

To tell you the truth, today was pretty low-key. Church, a nap, a little gardening, and then some photo-taking mixed in between. I guess you could say it was super relaxing, too! Anyway, here's a glimpse into my day--although I probably just spoiled it all by telling you what I did ahead of time!

Happy tenth!

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As always, linking up here. And a special thanks to Rebekah for creating my favorite photography linkup.

27 comments

  1. love your set, as always! i think the daffodils are my favorite. i read that book a few months ago, mindy kaling is pretty hilarious! happy 10th!

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    1. Aw, thanks! I am so glad the daffodils came out this month--I was hoping to be able to include them in a ten on ten set. They're definitely one of my favorite parts of spring!

      And yes, Mindy's definitely hilarious! I'm just hoping to finish it before I have to return it to the library! :)

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  2. love your photos... as always.

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    1. It definitely was. Thanks for stopping by! :)

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  4. Girl, I love your photography so much! I love that "hazy" hue you give each of them, it's so calming and beautiful! Keep it up, lady!

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    1. Thanks, girl! I was definitely trying to make my photos come across as relaxing and such so I'm glad you see it, too! :)

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    2. I think I might want to join this link up next time, too!! :)

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    3. YES! Do it. You'll love it! :) I've been participating for almost two years and I don't regret one minute of it.

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  5. Daffodils are so sunny and gorgeous.
    And what are those little green lumps in the pot? I mean, I'm guessing their a plant, but what kind? They're cute and funny.
    I didn't know Mindy had a book- putting this in my library queue right now....thanks!

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    1. Yes, daffodils are definitely sunny and gorgeous--something I look forward to seeing each spring!

      And those little green things are actually parts (or leaves, I guess) from my donkey tail succulent plant. The plant actually broke so I'm hoping that the leaves will take root. It's a pretty big hope considering I'm NOT a green thumb. :)

      And yes, I just started reading her book. And I must say, she's pretty funny!

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  6. Oops, face palm.
    What I meant was, I'm guessing THEY ARE plantS. Not "their".

    Good luck! I'm hoping they root for you too!

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    1. Oh, thanks! I'm hoping they root, too! :)

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  7. Your photos are wonderful. I love, love, love when a seed begins it's yoga sprout from the soil... great photo.

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    1. Thanks! These are actually leaves off of one of my succulents that I'm hoping to take root, but I agree with you nonetheless. It's so exciting to see new plants sprout! :)

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  8. Great photos! That "teach as Jesus taught" book looks really good. I love all the signs of Spring and Easter! Yay!

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    1. Thanks! That's actually my church's Sunday school curriculum. It's really good and I love the ideas they have! :)

      And yes! Signs of spring and Easter are my fave! I cannot wait until Easter now!

      Thanks for the love! :)

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  9. I love your photos! These are all so pretty.

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    1. Aw, thanks! That means a lot to me!

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  10. first photo is beautiful :)

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    1. Thank you! That was actually the photo I probably put the least amount of thought into taking so I'm glad you like it! :)

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    2. funny how that works sometimes:)

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  11. love your pictures, always...and that necklace ::swoon!::

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