My yellow rose is still blooming despite the two frost that we had. I picked the rose above and Ms. Burrito gave it to her teacher. Ms. Burrito has been doing really good in her class and her teacher should be recognized for it for doing such a great job teaching the first graders.
you should be proud of to ms burrito .. Sana ganyan din si Kyla.. I love rose ;)ReplyDelete
I know you are proud of Ms Burrito. The rose is gorgeous. The water droplets on it as a beautiful and awesome gesture and quality to the image. Lovely capture. genieReplyDelete
Lovely rose for a great teacher :ReplyDelete
that's a sweet thing to do!
the rose is beautifulReplyDelete
Beautiful photo! A perfect Watery Wednesday post!ReplyDelete
very pretty...thank you for stopping by to visit...ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous rose. The water droplets are so pretty on it.ReplyDelete
That i so sweet! Our teachers really deserve our gratitude and am sure she loved the flower :-)ReplyDelete
Wow, that rose represents you Rose. In spite of all adversities that came to your life, you still stand erect and full of life. The rose was rightly given to Rylie's teacher for her exemplary effort in teaching Rylie and her classmates. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.ReplyDelete
Beautiful pic. Love the rain drops on the rose. DianeReplyDelete
Perfection! The colors of late season roses can be so intense and beautiful. Your composition was just right.ReplyDelete
My sympathies for your loss. Remember the good times.
ooo...wat a nice shot...the water drops make it so much more prettier!ReplyDelete
My Third Eye
What a lovely rose! Love the droplets on it.ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful rose. I am sure your daughter's teacher loved it.ReplyDelete
I am so sorry about your brother-in-law's death but his suffering has ceased. Cancer is such a horrible disease - for both patient and family. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you.
You're so lucky to have all these "bauties" in your garden! The shot is perfect!ReplyDelete
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Thanks for sharing;o)
Very soothing to the eyes, Rose!ReplyDelete