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Do you stop and smell the roses?
And when you do ,do you sometimes find more than the rose.You will be surprise what manner of life and activity you will find.
Literally, yes I almost always stop to smell beautiful flowers, especially when I am with my grandchildren we talk about the smell, color and even the name of the flower or plant. Non-literally, yes again I have sacrificed money to spend more time with family or just taking the scenic route when traveling.
Yesterday I spent some time laying in the St. Augustine grass in my parent's back yard. My mother was watering the flowers, and it was warm and breezy. They've an oak grove and an elm tree just past the fenced in are of their back yard, and the breeze whistled through the trees, and I watched the clouds blow past, and everything smelled clean and pure. Does that count?
by maffrey7 years ago
daisy is a sweet smell flower?
by Apostle Jack7 years ago
When you stop and smell the roses.......if you do.Do you find and see more than the rose when you do?
by Ken R. Abell7 years ago
For you, when traveling, what's it mean to stop & smell the roses?
by Credence24 years ago
Here is the gist of it in a statement provided by the judge:"Many police practices may be useful for fighting crime — preventive detention or coerced confessions, for example,” she wrote, “but because they...
by sooner than later8 years ago
oh- and by the way, I'm not baiting anybody.
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