The Rhodendrons At Shore Acres & Mother’s Day

My Mother, my friend so dear, throughout my life you’re always near, a tender smile to guide my way, you’re the sunshine to light my day.🌷
-Anonymous

Hello, sweet friend…

with Mother’s Day just around the corner…

I thought I would take you to Shore Acres State Park.

I’ve taken you here before…


However this time of year the Rhododendron’s (rhodies) and azaleas are the popular landscape plants…

If you live close to the Oregon coast…


a visit would be perfect on Mother’s Day weekend…



Happy Mother’s Day…



🌷In memory of my mother Olga…who walks with me daily🌷

She lived as fully and courageously as anyone could. I suppose her spirit has somehow been behind those important decisions and choices I’ve continued making in my own life… those that involve adventure, fun, challenges, fear, excitement, and of course, faith in the unknown future. Yes, my mother is still a bit of my guiding light, her presence is still very much with me.


Marcia
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6 Responses to The Rhodendrons At Shore Acres & Mother’s Day

  1. Jose says:

    What a beautiful tribute to your mother, Olga and what a wonderful tour of Shore Acres!
    Thank you very much and Happy Mother’s Day!

  2. Donna L Kelly says:

    What a beautiful mom you were blessed with who taught you all the important facts of life. Happy heavenly Mothers day to her and Happy Mothers day to you xo

  3. Coughlin Nancy says:

    Thank you so very much for these beautiful photos. Here in Michigan, we don’t have these types of pleasures. Yes, our lawns are greening up, but beautiful blooms are few and far between. A couple of neighbors have been doing some outdoor work, but we had freezing temperatures, again, last night and they will have to do a lot of replacing of some of their new plantings. Enjoy your special weekend and rejoice in the guidance you received from your mother.
    Much love, Nancy

    • Marcia Ren says:

      Hi Nancy!
      It’s so nice to see you here today. I’ve been thinking about you and wondering how you were doing. It must be difficult to have such long winters…I’m sure you are ready for a little warmer weather. I hope you had a wonderful Mother’s Day with your family. Take care my friend.

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