Friday, May 05, 2006


I certainly had not planned on this long a break from blogging. The plan had been to take time off during the Easter break, however, some technical hitches occurred with my computer and connection. Fortunately, all has been sorted out. I also had knitting projects to complete - thank God all done and dusted.

Meanwhile, the weather has been so wonderful that I cannot resist soaking up as much sunshine as I can. One is never sure what the weather will be from day to day. Despite being homesick, I rather enjoy the seasonal changes in this country. In particualar, spring when flowers, especially roses start to bloom. My walks are made more enjoyable by the sight of roses beginning to open up.
Glory to God for the beauty around us. (Hi, BJ!!)


Blogger Farmgal said...

I have caught myself stopping to take in breathtaking flowers. Something I never dreamt I would do! Thank God for spring!

talking of kneating ..did u promise someone a poncho...
How u doing gal?

5/05/2006 07:05:00 pm  
Anonymous Guessaurus said...

Yes, I love spring - I have never stopped being fascinated by flowers on trees, and the little gardens of flowers in London that appear miraculouslyin spring.

It has been rather nice in the last couple of days

*queueing up to ask for a knitted sweater too*
Enjoy spring and thank God for all beauty too

5/05/2006 07:18:00 pm  
Blogger nick said...

Hey i never got my sweater last year...and a mtaching headgear!

spring sounds so refreshing hope u show us loads of pics

5/05/2006 08:16:00 pm  
Blogger sandman said...

Is this where I heard people are getting free sweaters and scarves?

Thank you for the welcome, I hope you get to be around more often too.

5/05/2006 08:17:00 pm  
Blogger Stephen Bess said...

Hello! Yes, it's been a long time. I'm glad to see you back and the flowers are beautiful. I love nature shots.

5/05/2006 08:35:00 pm  
Blogger Farmgal said...

woiye I better up my kneating skills. I have reminded everyone they are owed something going to hide.

5/05/2006 09:26:00 pm  
Blogger Stunuh Jay said...

Dear Lord!
People still knit? Say it ain't so...Where you been girl? Good to have you back

5/06/2006 12:48:00 am  
Blogger akiey5 said...

Am so glad you've been working on our knitting requests. I will be checking mail more often and will let you know as soon as the new socks & scraf you made me get here:)

Spring (then summer)is my best season and everything just seems to be getting back to life. Fresh, cool air outside, more radiant sunrises & birds chirping. If that's not heaven on earth, then what is?

Kool photos, take more esp of "roses".

PS: Hope you fixed the computer problems once & for all.

5/06/2006 09:54:00 am  
Blogger Nakeel said...

Good that my Auntie is ok and back so may she tell me when am getting my sweater poncho and mavin for Nai is baridi..

5/06/2006 04:55:00 pm  
Anonymous Jeff Msangi said...

To me spring means life.I love to see the way flowers and tree branches bounces back to life.It surely means..never give up..some good days are coming.

5/06/2006 11:45:00 pm  
Anonymous mama mia said...

lovely flowers! hope you can post some more soon ...

5/08/2006 07:56:00 pm  
Blogger Jay said...

You know, as much as I'm thankful for our sun 365 days a year, I would love to live in a place with seasons, waking up one day to find the world dancing to the sound of birds and bathing in the scent of flowers, or covered in snow....

Welcome back. Take loads of pics!

5/09/2006 11:30:00 am  
Blogger Kenyananalyst said...

Thanks for dropping by.

5/09/2006 12:56:00 pm  
Blogger Darius said...

I like the differences in spring from one locale to another too. When I lived in DC the cherry tree season was really breathtaking though short-lived. Reminded me of fall in New England in terms of vividness.

5/11/2006 03:08:00 am  
Anonymous Mama JunkYard said...

this is such a lovely post. If there is one thing about England that I truly love it is the weather.

No two days are ever the same and the season changes are fantastic to watch.

Lakini...hii mambo ya free knitwear...we need to have a family meeting

5/13/2006 04:57:00 pm  
Anonymous Mentalacrobatics said...

I love it that people smile more in spring. When change is in the air and days are getting brighter the whole country just smiles!

5/14/2006 01:49:00 pm  

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