April 11, 2014

#SeeBeautiful: Ode to Spring - Dew Bee Dew Bee Dew

Today, it's the This Moment: See Beautiful hop, so for those of you emerging from this seemingly never-ending winter (aka "winternity"), here is a wee ode to spring, ala Sinatra... Dew-bee, dew-bee, dew!

DEW

BEE

DEW

BEE


DEW!

Of course, being old, I think Sinatra when I hear "dooby dooby doo", but apparently there are a lotta young folk out there who think the phrase originated from penguins. I guess because of this.

Thanks to Sugar the Golden Retriever and See Beautiful for hosting the {This Moment} See Beautiful blog hop!

27 comments:

  1. Those are beautiful shots! Don't you live in the land of eternal spring? LOL

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    1. Heehee! Yes! But, it was so hot this winter it was more like summer here! I'm glad it's spring so we can cool off! :)

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  2. That was such a great idea to combine the song with your wonderful photos. BRAVO! have a beautiful friday

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    1. Thank you! And thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Those are lovely flowers by themselves but the dew adds sparkle ;) Have a great weekend!

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    1. Yeah, I love how the dew, especially on the succulents, looks like a jewel.

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  4. Beautiful shots! I'm sure the people who are just emerging from winter will appreciate them even more. The thing about winter is some areas is there is such a lack of color!

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    1. Very true! We've had such a hot summer here, I'm glad spring is here so we can cool off! :)

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  5. Haha wonderful and so clever, I love it! Now I'll be humming dewbeedewbeedew all day :)

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    1. Your hubs might wonder if you had an encounter with a "stranger in the night..." Sorry about that. ;)

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  6. I now have an ear worm but with Sinatra and your lovely photos it will be a pleasant worm.

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    1. I didn't consider the ear-worm potential of this post when I wrote it. Hope it will indeed be a pleasant worm. :)

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  7. Oh my GOODNESS!!! I was going to write a comment about the gorgeous photos, especially those last ones -- the green ones with the red trim? But then, I read the Strangers in the Night thing... so, when Hobie was a little puppy (I was so in love) I would call him "Doobie" and I would sing the "Strangers in the Night" "doobie doobie doo" chorus to him. He hated it! LOLOL!!!! I had forgotten all about it, what a great memory (because, it's all about ME ya know). Have a great w.e.!

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  8. Oh my gosh what beautiful flower pictures. I love roses and the hen and chick. Thanks for sharing your beauty.

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  9. Hi Y'all!

    My Human loves water on the flower petals too.

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  10. you are sooooooooooooo silly!!!! Those photos are so gorgeous that I can practically smell the beautiful bouquet from here!

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  11. :-) LOVE it! So jealous of your flowers ... none here. Out tulips are just coming out. We can't wait to see green grass. Happy Seeing Beauty. Golden Woofs

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  12. Beautiful pictures. We haven't had dew her yet, but it is supposed to be 70 today. I am sure I will say it is too warm...lol.

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  13. What a beautiful and creative post! One day we will have flowers outside again, love shots of the dew on the petals.

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  14. Beautiful, beautiful. :) Winternity - I am stealing that. We have finally crawled out from under the white stuff - there are still a few pockets of it here in the yard but we're gardening anyway. lol Still, we have no flowers and not much color yet so this was a breath of fresh air.

    (And that stuff about kids thinking penguins started it? Ugh. Just ugh. :( )

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  15. We can smell spring through your pictures, thanks for sharing!

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  16. I love it! Very clever idea, and such beautiful photos. And I love the word "winternity", that is perfect!
    Until we get our own flowers I am going to enjoy yours!

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  17. Hey Jackie

    Where are those pretty flowers from, your garden? I feel guilty cos we've had a super mild winter, but my Mum's happy about that!

    I hope you're having a fun day,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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    1. Only the succulents in the last pic are from my yard. The rest are flowers we see on our walks. I have a black thumb, so no more roses for me! (Our last house had 25 rose bushes when we moved in - too much trouble to take care of!)

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