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Monday, June 6, 2011

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The past can be used as a perfect backdrop for who you are in the present.

33 comments:

Leah J. Utas said...

Yes, and very pretty flowers, too.

Buttons said...

Dawn so true and very pretty tulips. B

Lynette said...

A profound statement.

Sharon said...

Great thought! Love the tulips, nice pic!

Farm Girl said...

I love your tulips. It is so true, just like those oak trees that were used for a fence post, one oak hardly even felt the nails or the wire, the tree next to it was twisted and misshapen. It is how we have to look at our past. I know I want to stand tall as the first oak tree. If not for the hard things I would not be who I am today. Thanks for that reminder.
Have a great week.

texwisgirl said...

did you get a new camera? or borrow your son's? that's a fantastic shot!

Flora said...

great thought!...beautiful Tulips!

Val said...

Lovely-Stunning

Janie said...

Love the photo, Dawn. And it's true, the past doesn't control the present, but it certainly sets the stage.

Elizabeth Grimes said...

Good or bad, the past certainly helps makes us who we are. I think we can choose to use it for god or bad though. Beautiful tulips and the background compliments them nicely!

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

Great phrase with beautiful flowers!

Allison said...

This picture is so perfect it looks unreal! Is that backdrop faked? What a lovely, clear shot! Just beautiful.

Clint said...

Hmmm.......you are a person of few words and deep meanings. I like that.

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

It can be also be used as an excuse....
Love your tulips also Dawn.
Costas

Homeschool on the Croft said...

What an incredible photo...

Horst in Edmonton said...

Love the tulips, very nice.

Saz said...

Wow Dawn! What a gorgeous photo, with a lovely quote to go with it! I really do love this, and it is so true as well.

Mike said...

Yep, it's never too late to be the best you that you can be. Love the pic!

Tammy said...

Very nice!

Deb said...

great shot...

bon bon said...

you sure come up with some thought provoking posts, dawn!

lovely image too. :o)

Trisha said...

So true :)

Slamdunk said...

Lovely Dawn--the photo and the message.

darlin said...

So true! Great photo Dawn.

Robin Malherbe said...

Nice ... (I'm already on "Wordless Wednesday, it seems)

turtletown said...

Love the photo!!!

Out on the prairie said...

I wish those tulips stayed longer.

Samantha said...

Great message and gorgeous shot

Sarah Nicole said...

Love this photo and this message. so amazing!

wayne15575 said...

Dawn, you have this wonderful way of making less look like more. These are beautiful. Awesome capture.

Maelgi said...

Dawn hello
beautiful tulips, spring in your north, here comes the darkness. winter. hugs

Randy said...

Beautiful post!

Snappy Di said...

Must get me some tulips in the yard for next spring. They're such a great looking flower. Nice shot!

DI