Yellow Flowers Jigsaw Puzzle

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kjd3682
Mar 29, 2015
Tough puzzle and I still came in at 'silver' (for now). LOVE tulips!
trynfindit
Mar 29, 2015
I love tulips too but it gets too hot to grow them here very successfully and our ground gets so damp the bulbs rot (if the squirrels don't eat them first).
kjd3682
Mar 30, 2015
Washington state grows some AWESOME tulips north of me in the Skagit Valley area. BIG festival every year; Pretty glorious to go see all the fields filled with bright colors.
tomandray
Mar 30, 2015
Yes, love tulips also. That is the one flower I miss living in FL, the early spring flowers of crocus and tulips. I made the mistake of planting tulips when I first moved to FL, the squirrels had a nice feast. :)) Have a great evening. :)
fiestyolelady
Mar 30, 2015
Third try I made it about 1/2 minute quicker.O well,
aussiesapphire
Mar 29, 2015
That was a little more difficult than it looked.

Tip toe through the tulips comes to mind. When I was living in Ontario, a couple of friends and I travelled out to Ottowa when the tulip festival was on, not sure if it still is, and it was just so spectacular.

"If instead of a gem, or even a flower, we should cast the gift of a loving thought into the heart of a friend, that would be giving as the angels give." George MacDonald

"A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him." David Brinkley

Good night, God bless, take care. Hugs.
tshepherd24
Mar 29, 2015
Wonderful words as always aussiesapphire. Good night and God bless you too. :-)
pixipixil
Mar 29, 2015
I wonder if Brinkley wrote a "how to" on that one. I have lots of bricks.
KNadineM
Mar 29, 2015
It was difficult for me too.
pixipixil
Mar 29, 2015
Hard from beginning to end. It never reached that happy stage when it strted to come together quickly.
darambo
Mar 29, 2015
Aussie as usual your quotes are inspiring and thought provoking, I love them, thank you and be safe.
dnishri
Mar 29, 2015
Hi, the Canadian Tulip Festival will be held in Ottawa this year from May 8 to May 18. There will be a special 70th anniversary commemoration of the Liberation and the Tulip Legacy. Check it out! http://tulipfestival.ca/
darski
Mar 29, 2015
During WWII Canada gave sanctuary to the Dutch queen and declared her birthing room to be dutch sovereign territory so the heir would be a Dutch citizen. The tulip bulbs were a gracious thank you to us.
cindyj28
Mar 29, 2015
Thanks for that bit of history. I had never heard that, but then I wouldn't being in the states.
darambo
Mar 29, 2015
Interesting history lesson darski
trynfindit
Mar 29, 2015
Darski, what a wonderful story! And what a lovely thank you from the Dutch.
Coravee
Mar 29, 2015
Good
George MacDonald quote! Hard puzzle. Our tulips will be late this year, they are not even peeping up at all. No crocus yet, either.
aussiesapphire
Mar 29, 2015
Isn't that great that the tulip festival is still going. I was there in 1964-66. Thank you for all the interesting history - great site this is for learning and knowledge, and thank you to all those whose encouragement I appreciate so much. Hugs all around.
pixipixil
Mar 29, 2015
That's wonderful to know, Darski. Thank you. What a wonderful place this world would be if everyone were as gracious to eachother.
aussiesapphire
Mar 30, 2015
I read a story in a daily devotional some time ago about a lady in running springs, California who started planting with one daffodil and now has thousands as well as tulips - She and her husband, the Bauers, maintain about five acres themselves and there is a magnificent display in the spring. If you google bauers, running springs, California you can read all about it and see a video presentation of the tulips and daffodils. It is quite magnificent and touching. Hugs.
seaview
Mar 29, 2015
Beautiful yellow tulips. Had a mild winter here so flowers came on early. Think I need to put more tulips in sometime. I love mixing the yellow tulips with the red tulips!
hockeyfan
Mar 29, 2015
They look so real I can almost smell them.
babygirlkfor
Mar 29, 2015
Pretty
JAMP124
Mar 29, 2015
This reminds me of the group who planted daffodils all along the route of the Boston Marathon so that last year (the first marathon since the tragic bombing near the finish line) the runners would have something bright and beautiful to think about.
aussiesapphire
Mar 29, 2015
There is also the story of a woman in the USA who started hills and hills of daffodils with one bulb - not sure where she is but it is an amazing story. Five acres of daffodils in Running Springs, CA. Google it and you will hear the whole story. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Mar 29, 2015
Each bulb has been planted by Mrs. Bauer, or as she puts it: "One at a time, by one woman. Two hands, two feet and a body minus a brain."
This is the website

http://www.oocities.org/thedaffodilgarden/garden.htm

And this is part of a sign she has outside her home

"Inspired by a few daffodils in a neighbor's garden and impressed with their beauty and sturdiness, Mrs. Bauer planted the first 48 daffodils in the fall of 1958. They thrived."

Very inspiring true story. Hugs.
Jingles
Mar 29, 2015
Pretty tulips. I haven't been out to check mine out yet. I presume they should be sticking their little heads out of the ground here in Indiana. It's still very chilly and cold. Not much like Spring today. I can stand it because I don't feel good anyway and won't be going out.

Just think...today is the first day of the rest of your life.

God bless you all on this Palm Sunday.
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