I want some
red yellow roses for a blue lady
Send them to the sweetest gal in town
Send them to the sweetest gal in town
This old song comes to mind every time I think of the sweet surprise from my sweetheart a few days ago. He left home on a mission. He went to buy flowers for one of our granddaughters. It was her birthday and we were about to attend her birthday party. Last year he gave her flowers for her birthday – because it was something she really wanted. The night before her birthday last week I received a text message from our daughter. It said, ‘Miss E. is hoping Papa will give her flowers for her birthday again.’ Now how could he ignore that?
A while before we planned to leave for the party he left home to buy flowers but when he came back I could hardly believe my eyes – he had two bunches of roses. Yellow roses. My favorite! I thought maybe he had gone a bit overboard. I thought he planned to give them all to her but he handed one bunch of roses to me. When I asked why he bought roses for me he said he just couldn’t buy yellow roses for Miss E. and leave me out! The next morning I walked through my yard to find something to add to my roses so I would fill a vintage glass – now a vase – that I found recently at a favorite thrift store. There isn’t much of interest in my garden this time of year so I clipped bits of Cedar and snippets of Douglas Fir. And I just couldn’t help adding a few shiny holly leaves.
When Miss E. saw her Papa walk through the door with flowers in his hand, the smiles on her face was priceless. This Papa is getting a reputation. It’s a good one. It’s no secret that he loves to give flowers to his girls. And we aren’t complaining. Not one bit!
How Beautiful! Your husband is a thoughtful man.ReplyDelete
What a lovely surprise and well deserved!ReplyDelete
Yellow roses are my favorite! Thanks for your sweet post.ReplyDelete
Visiting from Marlene's Stitchin' by the Lake blog.
What a GREAT PAPA! And, BEAUTIFUL flowers too. Nice to meet you nieghbor.ReplyDelete
You have a great guy, I can tell! I think it's awesome that your grandaughter is getting her first flowers from her grandfather. What a lovely way to model how she should be treated by a special someone in years to come:>)ReplyDelete
Nice to meet you! As neighbors sometimes do, I've been snooping around the neighborhood (your blog) and found lots of interesting things. Those roses are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Hi Neighbor! Marlene sent me. What beautiful flowers and such a thoughtful husband. Our granddaughters aren't quite old enough to want flowers yet but I know their Grandpa will be delighted to indulge them. Have an absolutely wonderful day! ~JeanneReplyDelete
How sweet! Just made my morning reading this! Hugs and blessings, CindyReplyDelete
I am visiting from Marlene's Neighborhood - lovely story and I had a wonderful browse thru your blog.ReplyDelete
Good Morning Neighbor - wonderful story and so glad you shared with us. Sounds exactly like something my DWH would do. Wonderful idea Marlene had - I am loving all the creativity that I am seeing these days out over the blogs. Judy C in NC sends best wishes and happy sewing.ReplyDelete
Oh, Adrienne! How sweet! The roses are so beautiful! You have a wonderful husband who sounds so much like mine! :)ReplyDelete
We're blessed and you're always a sweetie,
what a sweet story, thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
I wonder if I forwarded this post to my husband if he would come home with roses.....no, not likely. :) blessings, marleneReplyDelete
So wonderful to meet you Adrienne. What a wonderful story.ReplyDelete
Oh, yellow roses!ReplyDelete
What a good papa!
I like this reputation,
it's the best.
Your addition to the bouquet is beautiful too.
Just dropping by to say hello! Sounds like you have a keeper...yellow roses are so beautiful!ReplyDelete
I really enjoyed reading your blog. I live in NE WA state up near Spokane. I saw your blog on Marlenes visiting blog. I am just starting to quilt, loving it. Thank you for sharing. I shall be back.ReplyDelete
Oh, they are beautiful. You are so blessed to have such a sweet, thoughtful husband.ReplyDelete
What a sweet sweet story!! I'm your neighbor from marlene's blog!! Nice to meet you. I adore Miss Daffodil and hope you have plans to work on her soon. I want to keep up with her progress.ReplyDelete
A treasured memory for all of her life!ReplyDelete
Awww, isn't he the sweetest? I love yellow flowers too, my wedding bouquet actually consists of Daffodils, roses and spring bouquet of iris. How I wish my husband will remember to give my favorite flowers too.ReplyDelete