Sunday, April 1, 2012

A

A is for....Apple Blossoms!!

Coincidentally the state flower for both Michigan and Arkansas!



...and they smell SO good!

20 comments:

  1. Wonderful subject and an excellent first challenge post.

    Yvonne.

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  2. I live in Arkansas and I didn't even know that. This is going to be a really interesting month and if I'm not careful I might actually learn a thing or two. :)

    Great start!

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  3. Hi Lisa, I'm from AR and I did know that! Nice to meet you on the A - Z.

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  4. I love the smell of apple blossoms! My post was actually on Arkansas...spent most of my life there!
    nice to meet you... nel

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  5. Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. I have crabapples in my yard and they're ready to burst open any day - can't wait!

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  7. I will go check that out - my husband is from there & mother-in-law still lives in Hot Springs. Such a nice place to go!

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  8. Thanks!
    My hubby is from there, so I made sure at our wedding reception that we used apple blossoms in our arrangements.

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  9. I love the smell of apple blossoms!

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  10. Hi Lisa. I'm glad the A to Z challenge brought me here. The apple blossoms are lovely, and I miss them because we had to have our apple tree cut down last summer.

    Patricia Stoltey

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  11. You're right - they smell divine!

    Good luck for the rest of the challenge :0)

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  12. good luck .. and thanks for visiting - we both chosen APPLE, love you picture - even if it snows just now - I'm sure the apple blossom with be out soon.

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  13. Mmmmmm, I can almost smell them right now! Loved the post on 'B', in Hot Springs Ark also. My dad lives in Ark & we'll be visiting him this June. I'll have to see how close he is to Hot Springs.
    (oops... signed in w/wrong FB account. This is Trisha Faye)

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  14. Thanks for stopping by!

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  15. Good luck to you, too!

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  16. Totally a sign of spring!

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