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  • Audrey Kelly

    yellow house + blue door + white picket fence = trying to find accent color for front and back porch omg. dream home.

  • Brianna Squire

    The curb appeal is stunning

  • Virginia Seven Swans

    This is the tree that I want to plant in my front yard!! I adore all the colors in this picture! The yellow house blue door and gorgeous blossoms!!! What type of tree is this????

  • Vickie Cantrell

    Love the spring color....

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You must know that what you want is yours the moment you ask. You must have complete and utter faith. If you had placed an order from a catalogue you would relax, know you are going to receive what you ordered, and get on with your life. ~Rhonda Byrne, "The Secret" p49

Welcome Spring by making your own beautiful lemon wreath! Tutorial here! (if you score one or two I bet the smell is wonderful! - great for the kitchen door)

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Yellow Daffodils - this is the time to pick daffodils that you wish to bring to someone- much easier to carry without damaging them and the next day they will delight your friend when they burst open!

"... stillness can really accompany a lot of the movement-type practices. One of my favorite passages from one of my Chinese Ch'an teachers reminds us of this principle: "Be soft in your practice. Think of the method as a fine silvery stream, not a raging waterfall. Follow the stream. Have faith in its course ... It will take you there." This idea of being soft in your practice.., this relates to the capacity to be soft in the subtle body. " ~Tias Little