Monday, December 31, 2012

What's sproutin'?

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As the year draws to a close,  let's hope that all the nutty things that fell on us in 2012 will rest a while in the transforming earth and eventually emerge as OK oaks.

This is a-corny post but it comes to wish you a  year full of  new growth and peace.

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(Linking to Our World Tuesday)

14 comments:

Gary said...

Happy New Year to you. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Karen said...

Cute little acorns! Wishing you all the best in 2013!

Anonymous said...

that's an amazing photo. let's hope that some of those little plants grow into big trees. wishing you a very happy (australian) new year Dina. shalom. Fran

Patsy said...

WELL SAID!

Fun60 said...

Wonderful things can happen from small beginnings. Have a happy 2013.

crystal said...

Acorns :) Happy New Year, Dina.

Kay said...

This reminds me of last year when KC desperately wanted to bring acorns to her preschool class and they couldn't find any. Tif had throw away a few of these little treasures that KC often picks up here and there. Tif felt so guilty, we all searched throughout the city parks for them and couldn't find any. For some reason, the trees didn't produce them in our town. We went to see Mrs. Hubbard and to,d her about our plight. She burst out laughing and took us to her woods. We got a boxful! It was unbelievable. KC was able to share acorns with her whole class. It's such a beautiful memory.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

Well it was raining heavily last night but the sun is peeping out this morning. Happy New Year.

RuneE said...

Something nice and green bids well for the new year :-)

Happy New Year!

Spiderdama said...

My best wishes to you and your country for 2013!

VP said...

Growth and peace? I really hope so... Happy New Year!

Sara said...

Happy New Year Dina...look at all those acorns. I like the little sprouts too.

Regina said...

Amazing!
Happy Happy 2013!

Hilda said...

It sure made me smile!

May you and your loved ones be blessed with a peaceful and joyful 2013, Dina.