The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Graceful Written by Ellen Grace Olinger Graceful – perennials in Spring Daffodils – Ellen Grace Olinger Daffodils – photo by Karl I also think of my mother, and her grace. Enola Borgh was born in January 1917, and her passing was in January 2004. She had peonies in her yard. Peony – Ellen Grace Olinger Peonies – Ellen Grace Olinger Like this:Like Loading... 16 thoughts on “The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Graceful” Beautiful is the word! LikeLike Thank you LikeLike So lovely. . .and so is the way you always remember your mom. Thank you! LikeLike Dear Debbie, You are welcome, and thank you for your kind comment. LikeLike Lovely. Love those daffodils in the vase. Yellow and blue. Gorgeous. 🙂 LikeLike Dear Elizabeth, Thank you and blessings. LikeLiked by 1 person Pingback: Graceful: Reflection Rijnstraat 8 | What's (in) the picture? Gorgeous…. such happy memories for you, Ellen. 🙂 LikeLike Dear Iris, Thank you and blessings. LikeLiked by 1 person Thank you, Ellen. Have a lovely week. 🙂 LikeLike You have daffodils already? And peonies coming up? What region are you in, Ellen Grace? LikeLike Dear Cynthia, We live in Wisconsin, in the Midwest USA. Our winters are long. For the photo challenges, I often enjoy sharing some of the best photos from our archives again. No flowers now – snowdrops will be the first to bloom in our yard. Thank you. LikeLiked by 1 person Okay, now I understand. I do that sometimes too. Thank you. LikeLike I’m working on a chapbook and so have been spending time reviewing my archives more. Karl took all the photos in the earlier years, and the daffodils in blue vase is a favorite of readers. Our house began as a cottage in the 1940s – that is the original wood restored in the photo. The daffodils were from a gift planter one year. I did not have the energy to plant the bulbs, but we placed them in a neighborhood compost pile in a woods – and they bloom every year. Thanks again! LikeLiked by 1 person They bloom every year in a compost pile in the woods? Wonderful! LikeLike Compost may not be the precise word. It’s a pile of old leaves, garden trimmings, etc. Karl said the daffodils are growing through old leaves that are becoming soil. I’ll need to make sure to see this year. LikeLiked by 1 person Comments are closed.