Thursday, December 25, 2014

The Kolden Report: God laughs in flowers.

Hello, kids!

Thank you for allowing me into your busy lives, homes and  hearts over the course of these past years.  It is both an honor and a blessing.  

I hope you find yourselves surrounded by those  you love, basking in the Christmas spirit. Like the Beatles said, "All you need is LOVE."   Merry Christmas!

Thanks go out to my friends Mary and Cathryn of Friesen's Floral for giving me free rein in their flower laden cooler.  Lucky me!

And for the rest of you, enjoy the "tools of their trade".

The color of happiness.

Carnations in crimson.

Show stoppers.

The  color of bliss.

Shoulder to shoulder.

One bloom, many layers.

Mellow yellow.

Lily light.

"God laughs in flowers." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Carnation magic.

Golden convergence.

Lavendar love.

Silken petals.  (A common thread in silky, satiny petals.  How lovely!)

"Hands" of time.

Breath of babes.


Petal power.

Magenta magnificence.

Petal power.


God laughs in flowers II.

Black and white.

Soft and silky (I was strangely drawn to the white rose.)


Faux fabularity.

Droplets of joy.

Crimson tinged.

Pretty in pink.

Pumpkin perfection.  (I want to stroke the waxy, silken petals and inhale deeply of their scent.)

Up next:  More Montana Moments.

"Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything beautiful, for beauty is God's handwriting." - Ralph Waldo Emerson


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