White ranunculus go very well with a glass of red wine and some evening sewing.
Also great with an early morning cup of tea and a well buttered roll.*
They're very versatile that way.
Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!
*Is it odd that I sometimes get out of bed at 6 in the morning just so I can have an hour to linger over my tea before I have to go to work?
sigh* just lovely.ReplyDelete
No, not odd at all. I think it just shows you're a woman who knows her priorities. The opportunity to linger is a wonderful way to start your day.ReplyDelete
I adore ranunculus; funny how they can look so long-limbed and spindly from above, but lush and pillowy from the side.
These are beautiful in white...I just picked up a bundle of colored ranunculus for my engagement party on Saturday!! Can't wait to see them all spread out over the tables..and enjoy them for days to come ; )ReplyDelete
You too Rachel, have a golden weekend! xoxoReplyDelete
I got out of bed at 6:30 this morning and didn't make it in until 8A -- I'm totally with you on the lingering over morning luxuries! (And I *love* ranunculus!)ReplyDelete
Nice! I am loving ranunculus as well. I even saw some planted in a flower bed outside a restaurant yesterday and now dream of having them around my one-day-home.ReplyDelete
always lovely. they were the flower of the week at central market so i grabbed a huge bunch of hot pink ones for $5! they've made me smile all week.ReplyDelete
How very pretty! Have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
Lingering over tea is a joy. Nothing wrong with beginning your day in such a wonderful way!ReplyDelete
i always spring for the colored ranunculus, but i think you've officially converted me. this are so sweet and simple.ReplyDelete
Not odd at all. It's actually a luxury! Enjoy.ReplyDelete
I have the same mug...but for the san francisco starbucks. a farewell gift from a friend when I moved away from SF in 2005.
I love Ranunculus!ReplyDelete
I tell my sister her boquet will be filled with these when she gets married!
Love the ranunculus! Beautiful. Wish I could find it available in easy cut-flower form around here. I have to pilfer from the plants I have, which are pretty much done.ReplyDelete
You have a good weekend too, Rachel!
not odd at all! i wake up early every morning just so that i can enjoy the early morning light in my apartment and drink tea in my bathrobe. glad you had such happy flowers this week!ReplyDelete
i used to sleep to the very last minute before i had to get up. now i find myself getting up earlier on my own to drink my tea and blog or read yours :)ReplyDelete
so so pretty :)ReplyDelete
I adore that you get up an hour before work to enjoy your tea! We're kindred spirits, deary!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy your raniculus!
Aren't they such gorgeous flowers? I love spring! And no, it's not weird :-)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous flowers. I'm laughing at the glass of wine with your sewing, for some reason I get very drunk very quickly on wine so doing sewing even after one glass is probably not a very good idea!! I am a teensy bit jealous of your getting up early to linger and enjoy your tea, as when I go to work I have to be up at 6am anyway and the idea of getting up at 5am to linger doesn't really appeal!!ReplyDelete
Not odd at all. These are so pretty in white! Have a nice weekend :)ReplyDelete
Not odd; i get up at 5.30am so that i can have 2 hours :)ReplyDelete
I like saying the word ronunculus... ronungkewlahs... ronuncular?ReplyDelete
Love the ranunculus!ReplyDelete
I don't think it's weird at all. I don't feel like the day started properly if I haven't read blogs with my morning coffee before leaving the house!
happy weekend & what beautiful photos!ReplyDelete
Its never wrong to do that - beautiful shots. I especially love the second one.ReplyDelete
Your images are DELICIOUS. And few things can top lingering around tea.ReplyDelete
Love that little vase, all drippy-glazed etc.ReplyDelete
P.S. Rhyming unintentional (maybe).ReplyDelete
pretty, pretty...I plan on heading to ink and peat and picking up some this weekend...I am dying to take some pretty pictures...xo tReplyDelete
You don't see white ranauculus' very often, so pristine and lovely!ReplyDelete
they are beautiful! Lovely photographs.ReplyDelete
I've started to 'linger' in the mornings too. I used to get up 1 hour before I needed to leave the house, but now I get up 2 hours before so that I can have a leisurely cup of tea, watch the news and wake up before I attempt getting ready.ReplyDelete
How incredibly lovely! The styling in the first photo is amazing!ReplyDelete
those are one of my favorite flowers... so sweet and delicate.ReplyDelete
uh, no! i do the same thing, only with my coffee...love the quiet in the morning to hear the birds, spend time in god's word, think about my day...ReplyDelete
Stunning - what a great perspective too!ReplyDelete
These are my favorites...along with peonies as well! Gorgeous photos!ReplyDelete
not odd at all. i did the same thing this morning. i just find it almost impossible at times.ReplyDelete
*No, I do it too. : )ReplyDelete