Thursday, July 5, 2012

Guest Heart Thursday #117



Welcome to Guest Heart Thursday -
A Place to Share YOUR Heart!


Irene is on vacation right now ...
Somewhere a world away from me.

Laura sent me a link to Irene's blog - "Irene Photography", because she saw this heart Irene had posted. I was delighted to discover Irene's unique and beautiful photography. Her pictures tell such wonderful stories!

Thank you, Irene, for sharing your heart!
 (Thank you again, Laura, for finding yet another beautiful heart!)


I was using a search engine to do some artistic research when I came across a thumbnail of a beautiful heart rock. I followed it home to "Dandelion and Daisy".
 

What I found  was an incredible mixed media artist - who has already inspired me!
Don't you just LOVE how she used a picture of the heart to make this amazing journal page???

Thank you, Dandelion and Daisy, for sharing your he'art'!


Have you ever visited Judy over at "Seeds 4 Thoughts"?
She shares so much there - I especially appreciate the information she shares about how to use nature's bounty to stay healthy. I often use her blog to do research.

I love her picture of this beautiful wood sorrel ... complete with heart-shaped leaves!

Thank you, Judy, for sharing your heart!


When I read the story behind this gorgeous ring, I was brought to tears.
This post shows more 'heart' than just the one on the ring.

To find out why this ring is a priceless treasure, visit "Rubbish by Roan".
And be ready for some happy smiles.
And maybe a tear or two.

Thank you, Roan, for sharing your heart!!!


I had to smile with Toni's predicament last week, the story she told on her blog, "Signature Gardens".

It had to do with grasshoppers.
And hearts.

It seems, if you must have pests that chew on plants in your garden, they should at least leave behind heart-shaped destruction!!!

Thank you, Toni, for sharing your garden - and your heart!

As always - a huge thank you to all who linked up with Guest Heart Thursday last week. I loved seeing the delightful and amazing hearts you found in your world!
 
Would you like to share your heart on Guest Heart Thursday?
The rules are easy ...
There are none!!!
As long as your post includes a heart!

If you have found a heart (or drawn a heart, or designed a heart, or written a heart-felt poem, or ...), please join us for Guest Heart Thursday. Just link the URL of your heart post to "Simply Linked"! It would be nice if you linked back to Random Hearts ... but it's okay not to ... we just want to see your hearts!
Simply Linked for Guest Heart Thursday is now open all week!

Have you found more than one heart?
Put in more than one link!
Is your heart from a long time ago?
It doesn't matter, as long as you put the direct URL to that post! 



11 comments:

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

A heart eaten from a leaf, how cool is that? I have a heart for next week :-)

Tina´s PicStory said...

lovely hearts! thanks for hosting and have a wonderful weekend! :)

Debbie said...

lot's of love this week, wonderful hearts....

i saw so many today!!

Boki said...

love the mountain view :)

Leovi said...

Wonderful and exquisite heart of Irene. Visual poetry.

teri said...

xoxo <3

Judy SheldonWalker said...

Clytie, there are so many delightful plants that have heart shaped leaves that I think of you fondly quite often. :-) Creeping Charlie, one of the herbs I have posted on my side bar has delightful scalloped heart shape leaves! Catalpa trees can grow some really large heart shaped leaves.

Thanks so much for featuring my yellow wood sorrel. I love that bright little ground cover. God reminds us every where that He is love. :-) He sends signs everywhere!!

Blessings!!

Journal Swag said...

So awesome, and I'm so glad you found Jan! She is a FUN and supportive friend and she is an amazing artist! She should "toot her horn" a bit more, because she really IS that good. She has been published in popular magazines, websites, zines and cool blogs (like yours)! She was recently sought out by a business owner who did a google search on a gorgeous print of a stamp she carved herself! I think she knows how to do just about every form of art! She is a great gardner too, you should see her yard! Amazing! I'm so glad you found each other, and that I found you through Jan too!

Best,
Sheila

Roan said...

A wonderful selection of hearts. Lovin' that grasshopper for making such a cool cut out on that leaf. ;)

Leovi said...

Beautiful photo, good capture and processing, pure poetry of "Signature Gardens."

Irene said...

Thanks for using my heart. The image is taken through a fence, on "Passo di Giau", Italy a few weeks back.

Irene