Keeping the home fires burning


Quite the cheery purple rock greeting those who walk in Crocker park.
If you haven’t had a friend to greet you in a while
Here is a happy little hello to you. 

Walking along the streets that line the harbour 
Beautiful flowers in containers on the neighborhood walkways

Perhaps they are planted to cheer the passers by 
Spring is ever so slow in coming this year and we are all so far away from our loved ones. 

Some little fellow has left The Incredibles to help us remember that we are all super-heroes!
Following somewhat unclear orders to keep one another safe. 

I wish you cheer and happiness in your homes and neighborhoods as we withstand this virus together.

Come summer we will all be dancing in the streets and gathered close once again. 

~ ~ ~ 


  1. A lovely feeling of lightness illuminates your words and photos. Thanks for sharing your world. :)

  2. Thanks so much for sharing your post and photos at I hope you are staying safe and well!

  3. oh the pink and purple flowers light up this dreary afternoon, friend.

    thanks for sharing them with all of us who are craving a bit of bright and fresh!

  4. a cheerful rock and lovely flowers always make me smile

  5. A wonderful Post for the Corner of the World. I enjoyed reading.
    Thank you for sharing.

    Stay healthy.

  6. I can't ignore purple or flowers. Love little figures like the ones my grandsons play with two.

  7. Love the pretty blooms!

    Happy Thursday!

  8. Aw, that's a fantastic way to brighten up a walk!

    Thanks for taking part at 'My Corner of the World' this week! It's good to see you.

  9. On one of our walks we found a cluster of painted rocks. They were such a friendly and inspiring find. - Margy


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