I'm looking for my manual for graceful living.
I think I set it down somewhere over here...
Sorry about your loss. What a cheerful pot of blooms though.
What a kind thought - and a lasting thought at that. They are very attractive.
Tulips are so soothingly lovely, aren't they? I hope the grief at your father's passing is easing a little. It's very hard, and winter makes it that much harder.
They're beautiful! I hope they bring you a small measure of cheer. I'm sure the enjoyment is bittersweet.
What a beautiful gift -- and how gorgeous and uplifting are those blooms. :)
A very kind gesture sure to brighten your day.
I'm so sorry to hear about your father. What lovely tulips. I planted some new varieties last fall and am looking forward to spring when they will bloom. I don't think any were red but I do love that color. It makes such an impact even from a distance.
...they are lovely. Would they bloom again if you planted them in your garden? How nice to look at them and remember a kindness during a difficult time.
Hi Susan, that is a sweet friend who would think to add some happiness with those beautiful tulips to help ease the pain. They are exquisite.Frnaces
Such a nice thing to remember your dad by. I'm still hoping you will do a post someday on his hell strip garden. You don't have to do it as a "guest" on Greenwalks by any means! I'm just so curious to see what he created, if you are up for that sometime.
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