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Thursday, May 1, 2008

Lilacs For Mom


Nothing reminds me more of Mother's Day than seeing the lilacs bloom. They arrive in their splendor exactly in time. I know God has a plan because he sends us lilacs to honor our Moms. I like to fill my vintage pitchers with all the lilacs I can put my hands on as their season is so short lived. The aroma of fresh lilacs wafting through each room is so intoxicating. They represent romance and love. So be sure to pick some lovely lilacs to present to your Mom and she will know she is loved. Happy Mother's Day!

5 comments:

Theresa said...

Hi Susie,
I love lilacs, too. The first plant I ever bought for our old house 34 years ago was a lilac. It grew so big out by the garage we had to keep it pruned so it would not take over the garage, lol. And you're right the bloomin' season never lasted long enough.
Theresa @ Cottage Violets

Debbie said...

Hi Susie....I can't think why anyone wouldn't love lilacs! They just smell heavenly and the colors are so beautiful. I can't, however, think of lilacs without remembering my oldest DDs 7th grade spelling bee....she had spelled lots of long, hard words and towards the end of the bee they called out "lilacs" as her word....before she could stop herself she had spelled out l-i-c-l-a-c...."liclac"...so now our family refers to the beautiful flowers as "liclacs"...:)

Happy Mother's Day to you, Susie!

Debbie
Cozy Cottage Gifts and Decor

Janet Bernasconi said...

Hi there Susie!

Those Lilacs are so beautiful. I love them too! And they smell wonderful! Thanks so much for your sweet comments. I love your blog and I'm so happy to have stopped by to say hello.
Pink hugs xx
Janet
Janet's Creative Pillows

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

I love lilacs too Susie! I need to plant some more of those around my house! I wish they lasted longer too!

Cathy said...

Hi Susie,

I absolutely adore lilacs. My nose is itching right now from Spring allergies, but I'll take it any day. It is finally sunny and warm here in MA and I'm enjoying every moment of it. I figured I would blog a bit, then get to work, then blog a bit and get back to work.

Have a wonderful day Monday

xoxo
Cath