Beautiful photo, Rhondi. Hope all is well in your world!XO,Janie
Pretty photo Rhondi. Hmmmm the seeds of my problem today - Seeds in the literal sense. I am gathering seeds from my dried marigolds to store and plant next year. I have already done that with my zinneas...Hugs,Penny
What a beautiful picture! As for me, my seeds are totally my ambition - I want to be lazy, but I need to do my work and go for a run. Let's get that ambition kicked into gear!Happy weekend!
Good question and beautifully illustrated. My problem? - the terrible state of the garden due to my three week absence. The seeds?....still pecking in the dirt looking for them.
I love your picture of the sunflower. So beautiful!!! My flower beds need some attention, but I need to concentrate on the inside of my house right now. Enjoy your weekend. Love & blessings from NC!
Beautiful photo, my problem. Not enough hours in the day. Have a great weekend.
Rhondi, this is a thought provoking post. I guess the seeds of my problem are I need to get a balance of time spent in the garden and time inside working on projects. ~ Sarah
Wonderful food for thought - and beautiful photo!
Beautiful sunflower picture Rhondi, just gorgeous! I guess the seeds of my problem are that I need to slow down and not take so much on! I am working on this though.Can't wait to meet you today!
Your sunflower is lovely, Rhondi. The seeds of my problem are loving food too much.
The Economy has been the seed of my problems and it has touched so many around me, even though I am struggling I feel blessed to be able to go back on the internet (I've just been given a computer and am so greatful). Your blog is so encouraging and the gorgeous photos are a great treat for my eyes.
Hey Rhondi,Incredible photo, absolutely beautiful :)My biggest problem is not enough hours in the day :/ Thanks
What a great quote, Rhondi. Love your photo, too! My problem is not enough time.Hugs,Donna
Love Norman Vincent Peale. He's so inspiring.
What a beautiful analogy. Thank you for sharing, Rhondi.
Beautiful photo for a thoughtful saying! Looking forward to the brunch!
Love your picture and the quote. I have read Norman Vincent Peale's, "The Power of Positive Thinking," it has been very helpful in my life.
Hello sweet friend.Beautiful picture..xo bj
What an awesome photo. I just love it.
HiThanks so very much for taking the time to leave a comment. I always read every one. I am glad you stopped by for a visit. Hope you'll come again! Rhondi